# Inertial frame of reference

### 1885

However, some scientists (called "relativists" by Mach), even at the time of Newton, felt that absolute space was a defect of the formulation, and should be replaced. Indeed, the expression inertial frame of reference (Inertialsystem) was coined by Ludwig Lange in 1885, to replace Newton's definitions of "absolute space and time" by a more operational definition.

### 1907

The Lorentz transformation reduces to the Galilean transformation as the speed of light approaches infinity or as the relative velocity between frames approaches zero. ==General relativity== General relativity is based upon the principle of equivalence: This idea was introduced in Einstein's 1907 article "Principle of Relativity and Gravitation" and later developed in 1911.

### 1911

The Lorentz transformation reduces to the Galilean transformation as the speed of light approaches infinity or as the relative velocity between frames approaches zero. ==General relativity== General relativity is based upon the principle of equivalence: This idea was introduced in Einstein's 1907 article "Principle of Relativity and Gravitation" and later developed in 1911.

### 1923

Dover 1923 Rotation of the Universe B Ciobanu, I Radinchi Modeling the electric and magnetic fields in a rotating universe Rom.

### 1949

21, p.&nbsp;447, 1949. ==External links== Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy entry showing scenes as viewed from both an inertial frame and a rotating frame of reference, visualizing the Coriolis and centrifugal forces. Classical mechanics Frames of reference Theory of relativity Orbits

### 1982

Obukhov On physical foundations and observational effects of cosmic rotation (2000) Li-Xin Li Effect of the Global Rotation of the Universe on the Formation of Galaxies General Relativity and Gravitation, 30 (1998) P Birch Is the Universe rotating? Nature 298, 451 – 454 (29 July 1982) Kurt Gödel An example of a new type of cosmological solutions of Einstein’s field equations of gravitation Rev.

### 1992

(Freeman, NY, 1992) Albert Einstein, Relativity, the special and the general theories, 15th ed.

### 2008

405–415, Bucharest, 2008 Yuri N.

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