Lorentz frame

Lorentz frame

[′lȯr‚ens ‚frām]
(relativity)
Any of the family of inertial coordinate systems, with three space coordinates and one time coordinate, used in the special theory of relativity; each frame is in uniform motion with respect to all the other Lorentz frames, and the interval between any two events is the same in all frames.
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Obviously, this property should be obtained in every Lorentz frame of reference.
Furthermore, it can be argued that the constancy of the speed of light c from Lorentz frame to Lorentz frame, which can be deduced from the resulting Lorentz transformation, is due to the presence of the PV in the photon's line of travel.
From (11) the previous paragraph shows that the cutoff wavenumber [k.sub.c*] in (8) and (9) is associated with the mode counting in (10) taking place within the invisible PV Since the number of these PV modes is not influenced by the free-space Lorentz frame observing the QV, the [k.sub.c*] in (8) and (9) must be independent of the Lorentz frame.
"In any and every local Lorentz frame, anywhere and anytime in the universe, all the (Nongravitational) laws of physics must take on their familiar special-relativistic form.