A Note on a Nonstandard Interpretation of the Special Theory of Relativity

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In our recent paper [1] we have shown in detail that the Ehrenfest paradox is not a paradox of the Special Theory of Relativity (STR). We also analysed the logical status of the widely spread statement that "moving clocks go slow". We underlined that very often these problems are treated very dogmatically. On the example of Tyapkin's works [2, 3] we describe the regretable influence of dogmatic approach in the interpretation of the STR on the critical thinking and approach.

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D M Davidovic

Institute of Nuclear Sciences Vinˇca

Email: davidd@vin.bg.ac.yu
Institute of Nuclear Sciences Vinˇca

L Nadderd

Institute of Nuclear Sciences Vinˇca

Email: mappy@vinca.rs
Institute of Nuclear Sciences Vinˇca

S Stankovic

Institute of Nuclear Sciences Vinˇca

Email: srbas@vinca.rs
Institute of Nuclear Sciences Vinˇca

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