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Adv.1.relativistically - by the theory of relativity; "this is relativistically impossible"
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(1946), "On a relativistically invariant formulation of the quantum theory of wave fields", Progress of Theoretical Physics 1: 27-42.
Moreover, he adds, the fact that the merger produced such a massive, relativistically expanding fireball puts some constraints on the tidal deformations of the two neutron stars.
However, Schaefer [157] attributed the origin of the [L.sub.peak]-V relation to be based on relativistically shocked jets.
Schwinger [9,10], an exception to the argument against the existence of monopole, formulated relativistically covariant quantum field theory of magnetic monopoles which maintained complete symmetry between electric and magnetic fields.
It will turn out to work relativistically, but for the present purposes the incremental momentum boost, (8), has only the restricted meaning of an incremental change dv in the velocity of a light source, the result of which is to add d[p.sub.i] to the total wave momentum by adding wave momentum dpi to each of the N constituent light flashes ([double dagger]).
The former thus has metaphysics mysteriously determining epistemology, while the latter has epistemology relativistically dictating metaphysics.
They believe that it is necessary to treat homogeneous fields relativistically in Einstein's theory of gravitation, and describe how to do it for manifolds with simply transitive isometry groups.
The self-guiding of relativistically intense ([a.sub.0] [greater than or equal to] 1) ultrashort (c[tau]L [equivalent] [[lambda].sub.p] laser pulses has been experimentally investigated in the blowout (bubble) regime.
If we insist on retaining Newtonian dynamics, and the Newtonian definitions of velocity and acceleration, then we can still obtain relativistically correct results if we pay the price of allowing the mass to depend on the velocity.

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