The strange prediction out of my equations was the fact that the kinetic energy was [equal?] to a rest energy through a Lorentz transformation... of course, this may not seem strange to you guys as you will also pick up on the key words ''through a transformation'' but see an implicite value means I can theoretically plug in the values to see when the classical upper limit of kinetic energy can be deduced. At the value given, the Lorentz factor would be equal to 2.000 (two point, zero zero zero), with an inverse of 0.500 but with the beta ratio at 0.866, so it is at this value of transformation, a rest energy can then be considered a kinetic energy.

# The Equivalence Principle And The Relativity Of Charges

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Dubbelosix
, Jan 31 2019 03:06 PM

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Posted 06 February 2019 - 04:26 PM

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Posted 06 February 2019 - 04:26 PM

I ask for people to check, because it is possible I got the wrong calculation out of that.