A new approach to the theory of relativity. III. Problem of the ether

Foundations of Physics 2 (1):9-25 (1972)
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The considerations of the two former articles concerning the special and general theories of relativity are extended. The question of the physical reality of the ether and the interpretation of some cosmological problems are discussed. A view is expanded according to which the metric tensor g is taken as the energy momentum tensor of the ether. The gravitational equation of Einstein is considered to represent the equations of motion of the ether. The cosmological red shift is also interpreted in such terms



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Theory of Relativity Based on Physical Reality.L. Janossy - 1972 - Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 33 (1):124-126.

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