[2 offprints, signed, including:] Pion-Muon Model and Linear Mass Relations.
by TANGHERLINI, Frank R. (1924-).
Bologna:: Lettere Al Nuovo Cimento, 1972., 1972. 2 offprints. Original wrappers. INSCRIBED AND SIGNED WITH AUTHOR'S COMPLIMENTS. Very good. INVENTORY: 1. TANGHERLINI, F. R. Pion-Muon Model and Linear Mass Relations. Offprint from: Lettere Al Nuovo Cimento, vol. 4, no. 14, pp. 671-677, 1972. INSCRIBED & SIGNED WITH AUTHORS COMPLIMENTS. 2. TANGHERLINI, F. R. Pion-Muon Mass Ratio and Classical Electron Models. Offprint from: Lettere Al Nuovo Cimento, vol. 2, no. 3, pp. 109-114, 1971. INSCRIBED & SIGNED WITH AUTHORS COMPLIMENTS. Mathematical notations on back cover, probably belonging to Abraham Pais (his copy). / BIOGRAPHY: Tangherlini was an American theoretical physicist, who after WWII studied at Harvard, then the University of Chicago, His first job was at Convair-General Dynamics, San Diego. He took his PhD from Stanford in 1959. "He continued his post-doctorate studies in Copenhagen (1958–1959), at the Institute of Theoretical Physics headed by Niels Bohr." Frank Robert Tangherlini has a wide field of scientific interests: the Special Theory of Relativity, the General Theory of Relativity, relativistic cosmology, Mach's principle, and many others. He authored many publications in the peer review scientific journals." :: Malykin. "Tangherlini . . . suggested an original procedure which, targeting the synchronization of clocks located in two different inertial reference frames of the space, was different from that Einstein had introduced. As a result of these, Tangherlini had deduced the so-called the Tangherlini transformations, which are a sort of the transformations of the spatial coordinates and time being moved from one inertial reference frame into another one. The Tangherlini transformations differ from the Lorentz transformations (which can be meant classic ones in the theory of relativity) and, in particular, suggest the velocity of light to be anisotropic in a moving inertial reference frame. The Tangherlini transformations being applied provide adequate explanations to all well-known interference experiments checking of the Special Theory of Relativity. See: Gregory B. Malykin, "Frank Robert Tangherlini — the Founder of an Alternative Relativistic Kinematics, (On the Occasion of His 85th Birthday)." :: See: Gregory B. Malykin, "Frank Robert Tangherlini — the Founder of an Alternative Relativistic Kinematics, (On the Occasion of His 85th Birthday)." Barry Cox and James Hill wrote a paper in Proc. of the Royal Soc., 15 Jan. 2015, applied Tangherlini's absolute synchronization, but reapplied the "principle to the problem of tachyon localization for spinless particles," thus allowing the problem to be solved. (Inventory #: S13392)
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