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Confirming special relativity: use of differential geometry to resolve the Wilson-Wilson controversy

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Confirming special relativity: use of differential geometry to resolve the Wilson-Wilson controversy. / Canovan, Cherry.

2010. Paper presented at 2nd LU Creativity & Change Conference, Lancaster, United Kingdom.

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Canovan, C 2010, 'Confirming special relativity: use of differential geometry to resolve the Wilson-Wilson controversy', Paper presented at 2nd LU Creativity & Change Conference, Lancaster, United Kingdom, 20/03/10.

APA

Canovan, C. (2010). Confirming special relativity: use of differential geometry to resolve the Wilson-Wilson controversy. Paper presented at 2nd LU Creativity & Change Conference, Lancaster, United Kingdom.

Vancouver

Canovan C. Confirming special relativity: use of differential geometry to resolve the Wilson-Wilson controversy. 2010. Paper presented at 2nd LU Creativity & Change Conference, Lancaster, United Kingdom.

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Canovan, Cherry. / Confirming special relativity: use of differential geometry to resolve the Wilson-Wilson controversy. Paper presented at 2nd LU Creativity & Change Conference, Lancaster, United Kingdom.

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title = "Confirming special relativity: use of differential geometry to resolve the Wilson-Wilson controversy",
abstract = "The Wilson-Wilson controversy threatens to attack the basis of Einstein's work on special relativity. Through the use of differential geometry we can confirm that a key experiment backing up his work was, contrary to some recent claims, correctly analysed.",
author = "Cherry Canovan",
year = "2010",
language = "English",
note = "2nd LU Creativity & Change Conference ; Conference date: 20-03-2010",

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