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There the velocity of

the velocity of

apart from the rest of physics by a failure of Galilean relativity there are several ...

There the velocity of

**light**in vacuum was equal to c . In other coordinate framesthe velocity of

**light**was presumably not c . To avoid setting electromagnetismapart from the rest of physics by a failure of Galilean relativity there are several ...

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This simple explanation of aberration contradicts the hypothesis that the velocity

of

that the ether is dragged along by the earth. In neither case would aberration ...

This simple explanation of aberration contradicts the hypothesis that the velocity

of

**light**is determined by the transmitting medium (our atmosphere in this case) orthat the ether is dragged along by the earth. In neither case would aberration ...

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10 World line of a system and the

represents the past and the future , while the shaded region outside the cone is

called “ elsewhere . ” A point inside ( outside ) the

...

10 World line of a system and the

**light**cone . The unshaded interior of the conerepresents the past and the future , while the shaded region outside the cone is

called “ elsewhere . ” A point inside ( outside ) the

**light**cone is said to have a time...

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### Contents

Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

RelativisticParticle Kinematics and Dynamics | 391 |

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