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Non-Relativistic Approach to Einstein's Equations and Lorentz's Transformation

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Using the variable mass system of particles theory [1-3] in classical Newtonian mechanics we attempt to achieve Einstein's equations [4-10], and explain the Lorentz's transformation in the special relativity theory with only tools in classical Newtonian mechanics as Henri Poincaré try to do it in his monograph for the dynamic of the electron[0]. Our aim is to prove that Einstein's equations and the special relativity theory are included in the classical Newtonian mechanics, and so to contribute to the unification of the mechanics theories, giving the classical theory, i.e. Galilei's space time and Newton's fundamental dynamic law their veritable places.


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