Open Access Review Article Article ID: AMP-7-218

    Understanding Lorentz Utilizing Galilei: The Emergence of a Friendly Extended Special Relativity Theory that Admits Relativistic Multi-Particle Entanglement

    Abraham A Ungar*

    Special relativity theory stems from the Lorentz transformation of signature (1,3). The incorporation into special relativity of the Lorentz transformations of signature (m,n) for all m,n∈ℕ (n = 3 in physical applications) enriches the theory. The resulting enriched special relativity is a friendly extended special relativity that admits multi-particle entanglement, as demanded by relativistic quantum mechanics. The Lorentz transformation of signature (m,n) admits a novel physical interpretation induced by the intuitively clear interpretation of the Galilei transformation of signature (m,n) for all m,n > 1. In this sense we understand Lorentz utilizing Galilei in m temporal and n spatial dimensions, resulting in the emergence of multi-particle entanglement that the enriched special theory of relativity admits. Remarkably, it turns out that, for any m,n∈ℕ, the group of Lorentz transformations of signature (m,n) is the symmetry group that underlies any multi-particle system that consists of m n - dimensional entangled particles.


    Published on: Jun 3, 2024 Pages: 150-157

    Full Text PDF Full Text HTML DOI: 10.17352/amp.000118
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