The Proof That There Are No Invariabilities of Lorentz Transformations in the Interaction Theories of Micro-Particle Physics

ABSTRACT

It is
proved in this paper that there are at least five situations in the interaction
theories of microparticle physics that the Lorentz transformations have no
invariabilities. 1) In the formula to calculate transition probabilities in
particle physics, the so-called invariability factor of phase space *d*^{3}*p*/*E* is not invariable actually
under the Lorentz transformations. Only in one-dimensional motion with *u _{y}* =

KEYWORDS

Principle of Relativity, Lorentz Invariability Violation, Quantum Theory of Filed, Quantum Mechanics, Phase Space Factor, Propagation Function, Normalization, CMBR, Cosmology

Principle of Relativity, Lorentz Invariability Violation, Quantum Theory of Filed, Quantum Mechanics, Phase Space Factor, Propagation Function, Normalization, CMBR, Cosmology

Cite this paper

Mei, X. (2014) The Proof That There Are No Invariabilities of Lorentz Transformations in the Interaction Theories of Micro-Particle Physics.*Journal of Modern Physics*, **5**, 599-616. doi: 10.4236/jmp.2014.58071.

Mei, X. (2014) The Proof That There Are No Invariabilities of Lorentz Transformations in the Interaction Theories of Micro-Particle Physics.

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