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Topic: Is every physical property relative?
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Re: Is every physical property relative?
Posted: Dec 15, 2012 8:12 PM
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On Sat, 15 Dec 2012 23:10:16 +0200, Victor Porton wrote:

It is doubtful that this issue will discussed here at sci.physics.

Very soon, the mental masturbating weirdos will begin to jump
in with their sublimating nonsense.

However, a good place to begin is a search for "relativistic
thermodynamics." A small taste of this subject can be found here:

http://www.aip.org/pnu/2007/split/843-1.html

Here is an excerpt:

"You?d think that such an issue would have been settled decades ago,
but this is not the case. Einstein and Planck thought, at one time,
that the speeding thermometer would measure a lower temperature,while
others thought the temperature would be higher. One problem is how to
define or measure a gas temperature in the first place."




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