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Reviewing The Lorentz Factor In Terms of Heisenberg's Uncertainty Principle: The Uniqueness of The Velocity Vector and Time Perception
  • Ulaş Doruköz
Ulaş Doruköz

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In this article, the Lorentz Factor is reviewed in terms of Heisenberg's Uncertainty Principle in the light of Einstein's relativity equations. It is shown that the relative speed between any two objects in Space can not be zero under any circumstances. Therefore the Lorentz Factor can never be equal to 1. And the velocity vector of an object is unique with respect to any reference frame. These provide a new perspective to improve the general understanding about some basic concepts of Physics including relative motion, time and distance perception, exclusion principle, attributes of an object, volume, singularities, particle-wave duality and the nature of light which are discussed in the paper.