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Minkowski metrics and Berwald-Moor metrics
2009jam | O. Titov  // Geoscience, Australia, olegtitov903@hotmail.com

Berwald-Moor space $H4$ was proposed by Garas'ko and Pavlov as expansion of Minkowski space. As basic argument allowing such expansion in both geometries was considered presentation of interval like system of isotropic vectors. At the same time, according to statement of authors 'coordinates $(x_0, x_1, x_2, x_3)$ in orthonormal basis of $H4$ space in non-relativistic approach in geometrical (metrical) sense behave oneself as conventional coordinates of four-dimensional Minkowski space-time'. Present work shows that such statement is incorrect.
(Polemic article)


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