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nonrelativistic

(ˌnɒnˌrɛlətɪˈvɪstɪk)
adj
(General Physics) physics not concerned with or involving the theory of relativity

non•rel•a•tiv•is•tic

(ˌnɒn rɛl ə təˈvɪs tɪk)
adj. Physics.
excluding or not based on relativistic effects.
[1930–35]
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Higgs only in 1964, we note that in 1963 prominent American physicist, Nobel Prize Laureate in physics for 1936 (<<for the discovery in cosmic rays of the positron>> [2]) Karl Anderson (1905-1991), published a similar idea with reference to the nonrelativistic theory of the interaction of microparticles [9].
By these ideas the American critic was launching an undissimulated attack against cultural relativists, implicitly supporting a nonrelativistic viewpoint.
In nonrelativistic classical physics, the concept of energy emerges when one considers the power done (the scalar product of the force by the velocity) on a mass point or a volume element.
In fact, he provides two accesses to an objective, that is, nonrelativistic, theory of ethics.
Quantum mechanics is highly compatible with a Newtonian nonrelativistic view of time.
Next, in a flat universe filled with nonrelativistic matter, that is, p = 0, corrected for the graviton contribution, we have that the deceleration parameter given by [37]
Today, character education is defined as a "program designed to shape directly and systematically the behavior of young people by teaching explicitly the nonrelativistic values believed to directly bring about good behavior" (Lockwood, 2009, p.
In this paper, the Cherenkov optical radiation in 3D metamaterials by a nonrelativistic modulated source having the own frequency [[omega].
As this constant phase speed is nearly 50% of the speed of light, nonrelativistic operation of a helix traveling wave amplifier is no longer feasible; relativistic effects will have to be accounted for in the amplification process.
i] and the one-electron radial wave functions of [PHI]are obtained in a self-consistent procedure by optimization of the energy function based on the nonrelativistic Hamiltonian of an atom,
In this sense, Strauss saves liberalism from the consequences of its own turn toward relativism, while indicating why that turn opens the door to decisionism and why at the same time Schmitt's brand of antiliberalism would have little purchase against a nonrelativistic form of liberalism that is able and willing to defend its principles as true.