Wednesday, November 17, 2004

4-Scalar Position

A four scalar position will follow basic scalar rules, exept for some other things. For example, a regular scalar will follow. For example, it still follows the scalar field law. But, if you just multipy the scalar with the dt, then you have a four scalar position. For example:

dt/k*(x)=dt'/k*(x)'

where k(x) is the scalar, and it is going under a transformation. Now, since according to dynamical law 3, all calculations end up as 0. But see, the scalar can't=0. So, it's not the complete picture. It's only the world line. In order to sustain dynamical law 3, we will have to augment some of the inertial coordinates with sets of equations.

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