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Is there a map between Galilean relativity and special relativity?

Shariati, Ahmad; Jafari, N.;
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  • Published: 27 Jan 2014
Abstract
Mandanici has provided a map which he claims to be a two way map between Galilean relativity and special relativity. We argue that this map is simply a curvilinear coordinate system on a subset of the two-dimensional Minkowski space-time, and is not a two way map between 1+1 dimensional Galilean relativity and 1+1 dimensional special relativity.
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free text keywords: General Relativity and Quantum Cosmology
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