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Special theory of relativity.

Science reviews.

- The Special Theory of Relativity.

Part One: The Michelson-Morley Experiment and the Lorentz transformations.

Part two: The Minkowski Interval.

Part three: The Lorentz transformations. - Lorentz transformations of geometric means, Minkowski Interval as common geometric mean, and their dispersions.
- Statistical prediction of the Michelson-Morley experiment.
- Lorentz transformation and Interval non-solutions of the Michelson-Morley calculation.
- An Acceleration Interval?

- Physics and freedom.
- Mach principle applied to Mathematics and Special Relativity, and a Caldera model of the Cosmos.
- The Minkowski Interval predicts the Michelson-Morley experiment.
- Interval magnitude symmetry vectors momentum conservation
- Statistical basis of Differentiation and Geometric Mean Differentiation of an Interval acceleration.
- An hour-glass universe.
- Random choice models for a GM derivative of a Thermo-dynamic Relativity.

- The Michelson-Morley null result as a linear-angular momentum conservation.
- Special Relativity as an Observers Agreement of Averages.
- The exponential function as geometric mean derivative of Fibonacci algebra.
- Minkowski Relativistic time-reversal in Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen and double-slit quantum experiments.

- J W N Sullivan review of Albert Einstein: Relativity.
- Four women scientists who
*should*have won nobel prizes. - Julian Barbour:
*The End Of Time.*

In classical physics (1) triangle land; (2) geometric dynamics.

In quantum mechanics (1) making waves; (2) quantum cosmology. - Murray Gell-Mann:
*The Quark and the Jaguar.* - Brian Greene:
*The Elegant Universe.*

(1) Super-strings. (2) Hidden dimensions. - Brian Greene: The Hidden Reality. (
*20 april 2011*) - Lee Smolin:
*Three roads to quantum gravity.* - Lee Smolin: the trouble with physics.

- Commentary On W W Sawyer:
*A Path To Modern Mathematics.*

(1) Fibonacci series and damped wave equation.

(2) Circular function and wave equation.

(3) Coupled oscillator and wave equation. - Pascal triangle and Pascal-Fibonacci triangle converted into wave graphs.
- The diffusion equation as a finite difference equation.
- Laplace equation, the diffusion equation, as finite difference equations in two dimensions, or more.

- A measure of evolution. Diffusion equation of natural selection and elections.
- Scientific theories and methods modeled on natural selection.
- Conditioning and instinct.

- Electoral meaning to Buffon's needle; Complex probability and Infinitely perfect numbers.
- Maths of Physics and Politics.
- Penrose dodecahedrons:

(1) in preference permutations.

(2) 'electorally' interpreted.