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Computing heat capacities in Bohmian Mechanics
Ok, here's a pretty good article concerning Lorentz Ether Theory (LET). It's a policy statement at Physics Forums written by a working physicist. If you have any doubts you could post a question there, asking about this article, and as many as a dozen PhD physicists - with jobs at major universities - will tell you it's right. And explain any misunderstandings you may have.

Block Universe (BU) is their name for Einstein's interpretation of Special Relativity.

"For special relativity (SR), the mathematical model is the Minkowski space, a four-dimensional pseudo-Euclidean affine manifold. The symmetry group determining this structure is the proper orthochronous Poincaré (or inhomogeneous Lorentz) group which includes the Lorentz transform.

There are two primary philosophical interpretations: the Block Universe (BU) and Lorentz Aether Theory (LET). The BU considers the universe to exist as a single fixed 4D geometric structure which is not dynamically evolving over time since time is one of the dimensions of the structure. The LET considers the universe to be a 3D world evolving over time and with a single undetectable “true” rest frame.

Both BU and LET use the Lorentz transform, etc., to make all of their experimental predictions, and therefore they are scientifically indistinguishable, making the same experimental predictions in all cases. Because of this experimental equivalence, there is little if any serious ongoing debate between the two in professional physics circles (although the philosophy literature does have ongoing debate)."

Reference https://www.physicsforums.com/insights/p...-universe/

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RE: Computing heat capacities in Bohmian Mechanics - by secur - 06-10-2016, 03:53 PM

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