Superluminal Physics & Instantaneous Physics
as new fields of research
2-4 July 2012,
University of New Mexico, Gallup, NM 87301, USA
[ American Mathematical Society calendar: http://www.ams.org/notices/201203/rtx120300448p.pdf ]
In a similar way as passing from Euclidean Geometry to Non-Euclidean Geometry, we can pass from Subluminal Physics to Superluminal Physics, and further to Instantaneous Physics (instantaneous traveling). In the lights of two consecutive successful CERN experiments with superluminal particles in the Fall of 2011, we believe these two new fields of research should begin developing.
A physical law has a form in Newtonian physics, another form in the Relativity Theory, and different form at Superluminal theory, or at Instantaneous (infinite) speeds – according to the S-Denying Theory spectrum.
First, we extend physical laws and formulas to superluminal traveling and to instantaneous traveling. Afterwards, we should extend existing classical physical theories from subluminal to superluminal and instantaneous traveling.
And lately we need to found a general theory that unites all theories at: law speeds, relativistic speeds, superluminal speeds, and instantaneous speeds – as in the S-Multispace Theory.
Papers of research in the Superluminal Physics and Instantaneous Physics should be e-mailed to Prof. Florentin Smarandache, University of New Mexico, Gallup, NM 87301, USA, by July 1st, 2012, to be published in the Proceedings of Superluminal Physics & Instantaneous Physics International Conference.
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