To Paul B. Andersen (paul.b.ander...@hia.no)
In fact, like other SR experts, you forgot how the LT
The classical LT x'=gamma(x-vt) and t'=gamma(t-vx/c^2) can be
Or the transformation t'=gamma(t-vx/c^2), applied to the event
No wonder that the classical LT, based on x=Vt, give false
In order to be applied to all possible cases, the LT must be
The generalized LT can also be written
You wrote:"An object is moving at the speed V in frame S.
It is at the position x = 1 at the time t = 0.
The object is thus moving according to the equation:
x = 1 + Vt.
Transformed to the frame S', this equation becomes:
So the position of the object in S' at t' = 0 is xo."
Your x0 is false. As a=1, it should be 1/sqrt(1-v^2/c^2).
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