Foundations of Superluminal Relativistic Mechanics
The paper provides an elementary derivation of new superluminal spatio-temporal transformations based on the idea that, conceptually and kinematically, each subluminal, luminal and/or superluminal inertial reference frame has, in addition to its relative velocity, its proper specific kinematical parameter, which having the physical dimensions of a constant speed. Consequently, the relativity principle and causality principle both are coherently extended to superluminal velocities and, more importantly, this original approach constitutes the first basic step toward the formulation of superluminal relativistic mechanics, which is in fact a pure superluminalization of special relativity theory.
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