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Critical Comments on the Paper “On the Logical Inconsistency of the Special Theory of Relativity”  [PDF]
Vladimir A. Leus
Journal of Applied Mathematics and Physics (JAMP) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/jamp.2018.64079
Abstract: Special Relativity Theory is more than 110 years aged and during this period it was elaborated until minuscule details. However, there might be some logically deduced discrepancies, which demand a scrupulous study. Nonetheless, every search for inherent contradictions is an uphill task. The author of the considered paper proposed a situation with two series of synchronized clocks. Each series is at rest in its own frame of reference, but one of them is deemed to be stationary and other is moving with a constant relative velocity. The author believes this situation to be contradictable. But really, the suitable mathematical analysis proves that it is none other than a consequence of neglecting the basic tenets of the theory.
Reply to astro-ph/9612003 ("Comments on 'Biological Effects of Stellar Collapse Neutrinos'") and astro-ph/9612214 ("Volcanogenic Dark Matter and Mass Extinctions")  [PDF]
J. I. Collar
Physics , 1997, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.78.1395
Abstract: A Reply to the criticisms contained in astro-ph/9612003 is provided and a logical inconsistency in astro-ph/9612214 is pointed out.
Reply to the paper of V.D. Efros: Comments in some recent papers on the Hyperspherical approach in few--body system  [PDF]
A. Kievsky,L. E. Marcucci,S. Rosati,M. Viviani
Physics , 1998,
Abstract: Few days ago V.D. Efros submitted a preprint to nucl-th containing criticisms of our recent research activity on bound and scattering states of A=3, 4 nucleons. As a consequence, we are forced to examine the essence of the controversy and of the comments contained in that preprint. These are the motivations of the present paper.
Reply to Professor Yehia comments arXiv:1305.0026  [PDF]
Galliano Valent
Physics , 2013,
Abstract: This is a reply to Professor Yehia Comments in arXiv:1305.0026
Reply to Comments on "Invariance of the tunneling method for dynamical black holes" arXiv:0907.2020  [PDF]
S. A. Hayward,R. Di Criscienzo,M. Nadalini,L. Vanzo,S. Zerbini
Physics , 2009,
Abstract: We point out basic misunderstandings about quantum field theory, general relativity and partial derivatives in the above Comments. In reply to a second comment on our first reply by the same author, we also identify precisely where the author's original calculation goes wrong and correct it, yielding the same local Hawking temperature as obtained by the Hamilton-Jacobi method.
Sonoluminescence as Quantum Vacuum Radiation, Reply to Comments  [PDF]
Claudia Eberlein
Physics , 1996,
Abstract: Reply to Comments by Lambrecht, Jaekel, and Reynaud, and by Garcia and Levanyuk, submitted to Physical Review Letters.
Reply to 'Comments on Integer SEC-DED codes for low power communications'  [PDF]
Aleksandar Radonjic,Vladimir Vujicic
Mathematics , 2012,
Abstract: This paper is a reply to the comments on 'Integer SEC-DED codes for low power communications'.
Lessons of spin and torsion: Reply to ``Consistent coupling to Dirac fields in teleparallelism"  [PDF]
Yu. N. Obukhov,J. G. Pereira
Physics , 2004, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevD.69.128502
Abstract: In reply to the criticism made by Mielke in the pereceding Comment [Phys. Rev. D69 (2004) 128501] on our recent paper, we once again explicitly demonstrate the inconsistency of the coupling of a Dirac field to gravitation in the teleparallel equivalent of general relativity. Moreover, we stress that the mentioned inconsistency is generic for {\it all} sources with spin and is by no means restricted to the Dirac field. In this sense the $SL(4,R)$-covariant generalization of the spinor fields in the teleparallel gravity theory is irrelevant to the inconsistency problem.
Comments on and Comments on Comments on Verlinde's paper "On the Origin of Gravity and the Laws of Newton"  [PDF]
Sabine Hossenfelder
Physics , 2010,
Abstract: We offer some, hopefully clarifying, comments on Verlinde's recent claim that gravity is an entropic force. A suitable identification of quantities shows that both formulations of Newtonian gravity, the classical and the thermodynamical one, are actually equivalent. It turns out that some additional assumptions made by Verlinde are unnecessary. However, when it comes to General Relativity there remain some gaps in the argument. We comment on whether this identification can be done also for electrostatics. Finally, some thoughts on the use of this reinterpretation are offered.
Reply to Comments on ``Asymptotic Estimate of the {\it n}-Loop QCD Contribution to the Total $e^{+}e^{-}$ Annihilation Cross Section''  [PDF]
Geoffrey B. West
Physics , 1992,
Abstract: Reply to Comments on ``Asymptotic Estimate of the {\it n}-Loop QCD Contribution to the Total $e^{+}e^{-}$ Annihilation Cross Section''
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