## Absolute Rest Frame

nakayama
nakayama
A website says “uniform speed frame” and “accelerated speed frame”. To the two, the absolute rest frame will be premise.
It seems to me to be nonsense.

Anonymous
Anonymous
A website says “uniform speed frame” and “accelerated speed frame”. To the two, the absolute rest frame will be premise.
>>>>It seems to me to be nonsense.

thales' theorem ------->>>https://www.cut-the-knot.org/Curriculum ... orem.shtml

Amigo
Amigo
A website says “uniform speed frame” and “accelerated speed frame”. To the two, the absolute rest frame will be premise.
>>>thales' theorem ------->>>https://www.cut-the-knot.org/Curriculum ... orem.shtml

Nakayama doesn't mean -----> Thales' theorem seems to him to be nonsense. He means only =====> [an object moving at a constant speed in a straight line - parallel to you - must rotate with 180 degrees relative to you] =====>>> seems to him to be nonsense.

Anonymous
Anonymous
A website says “uniform speed frame” and “accelerated speed frame”. To the two, the absolute rest frame will be premise.
>>>>Nakayama doesn't mean -----> Thales' theorem seems to him to be nonsense. He means only =====> [an object moving at a constant speed in a straight line - parallel to you - must rotate with 180 degrees relative to you] =====>>> seems to him to be nonsense.

but -[an object moving at a constant speed in a straight line - parallel to you - must rotate with 180 degrees relative to you] - is ------>>> one of the corollaries of thales' theorem. & this how to make it ------> make sense to u ------> suppose -----> the object is moving along line x. & u r standing still at line y ------>>>

so - when the object is approaching - from a long distance ----> the red line between u & the position of the object makes ------> an angle ≈ 0. & when the moving object is side by side with u ----> the red line between u & the position of the object makes ------> an angle = 90. & when the object is receding faraway from u -----> the red line between u & the position of the object makes ------> an angle ≈ 180 ----->>> i.e. the moving object - from start to finish - rotates from 0 degrees to 180 degrees relative to u.

nakayama
nakayama
A website says “uniform speed frame” and “accelerated speed frame”. To the two, the absolute rest frame will be premise.
A problem Anonymouse posted seems to be irrelevant to the rest frame. And this will not be main problem of relativity. Why you post here ? So, I don't write my view on this problem.

Anonymous
Anonymous
A website says “uniform speed frame” and “accelerated speed frame”. To the two, the absolute rest frame will be premise.
>>>> Why you post here ? So, I don't write my view on this problem.

i posted - here - because u wrote ------> [Suppose innumerable inertial frames. But why these cannot be rotated?]

A website says “uniform speed frame” and “accelerated speed frame”. To the two, the absolute rest frame will be premise.
Does the Universe have a rest referent frame?
What is a rest referent  frame?

Look at night sky.

In which  referent frame the massess of all galaxies located?
In which reference frame all dark massess and dark energy located?

They all exist in the Infinite Absolute Rest Frame is VACUUM: T=0K.
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nakayama
nakayama
A website says “uniform speed frame” and “accelerated speed frame”. To the two, the absolute rest frame will be premise.