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    Spin Axioms in Different Geometries of Relativistic Continuum Physics.Heiko Herrmann, W. Muschik, G. Rückner & H.-H. Von Borzeszkowski - 2004 - Foundations of Physics 34 (6):1005-1021.
    The 24 components of the relativistic spin tensor consist of 3 + 3 basic spin fields and 9 + 9 constitutive fields. Empirically only three basic spin fields and nine constitutive fields are known. This empirem can be expressed by two spin axioms, one of them denying purely relativistic spin fields, and the other one relating the three additional basic fields and the nine additional constitutive fields to the known (and measurable) ones. This identification by the spin axioms is material-independent (...)
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    Book Review: Quantum Measurements and Decoherence: Models and Phenomenology. By Michael B. Mensky. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, Boston, London, 2000, Xvi + 226 Pages, 8118 (Hardcover). [REVIEW]H.-H. Von Borzeszkowski - 2000 - Foundations of Physics 30 (11):1991-1993.
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    On the Majorana Equations and the Rest Mass of Neutrinos.H. -H. von Borzeszkowski & H. J. Treder - 1985 - Foundations of Physics 15 (2):193-199.
    As is well known, the law of parity conservation does not hold in weak interactions. This type of asymmetry created a number of theoretical problems which were solved, first of all, by a new understanding of the features of neutrinos and their role in weak interactions. These solutions were based, however, essentially on the handedness (chirality) of neutrinos which is closely related to their vanishing rest mass. The thesis of neutrinos with nonvanishing rest mass, newly considered in the literature, therefore (...)
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    Covariance and Quantum Principles–Censors of the Space-Time Structure.H.-J. Treder & H.-H. Von Borzeszkowski - 2006 - Foundations of Physics 36 (5):757-763.
    It is shown that the covariance together with the quantum principle speak for an affinely connected structure which, for distances greater than Planck’s length, goes over in a metrically connected structure of space-time.
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    Mach-Einstein Doctrine and General Relativity.H. -H. von Borzeszkowski & H. -J. Treder - 1996 - Foundations of Physics 26 (7):929-942.
    It is argued that, under the assumption that the strong principle of equivalence holds, the theoretical realization of the Mach principle (in the version of the Mach-Einstein doctrine) and of the principle of general relativity are alternative programs. That means only the former or the latter can be realized—at least as long as only field equations of second order are considered. To demonstrate this we discuss two sufficiently wide classes of theories (Einstein-Grossmann and Einstein-Mayer theories, respectively) both embracing Einstein's theory (...)
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