Honestly, I have no clue what you are talking about. I would appreciate if you can elaborate what you claim. If you think the probability must be refused due to the presence of negative amplitudes, it is not what it seems and it really is not going to be an issue. As far as I can tell, the notion of probability is alive and well within the frame of split-Hermitian quantum mechanics.

John

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probability must be refused – replaced by a degree of veracity

the base of logic must be changed-continuum of degrees of veracity

proofs by opposite-what will happen-i do not know yet ]]>

$1-1! x + 2! x^2 – 3! x^3 +- … $ alternating in sign.

LRM

]]>You are absolutely right. The true mass (rest mass) does not change with $v$. What I meant was the so-called *relativistic mass* which is not a good quantity to describe physics as Lev Okun put it *pedagogical virus*. The article was based on a talk I gave to a public lay audience. So I did not care much about calling it mass.

mass. The general relation between energy, momentum and mass is

E^2 = p^2 c^2 + m^2 c^4 . Here, m, the mass of any object (note light has zero mass), also known as *rest* mass because it the mass of an object as measured (by

a scale) at rest with respect to the measuring apparatus. The general definition

of momentum is,

\vec p = E/c^2 \vec v. This definition combined with the above formula (derived

from the Lorentz transformation, btw) yields for the momentum,

\vec p = m\vec v / sqrt{1-v^2/c^2}. Again, the symbol “m” here is the rest mass

which does not change with v (by definition).

LRM

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