The Special Theory of Relativity and Its Supposed Consequences

            The four formulas according to the relativist theorists refer to consequences of the theory of special relativity, among which there are generally eight cited consequences.

Consequences
Time dilation
Relativistic mass
Mass–energy equivalence   
Length contraction
Relativity of simultaneity
Relativistic Doppler effect
Thomas precession
Relativistic disks

            The cited consequences refer to observation and measurement of phenomena by distinct observers in different reference frames. These cited consequences have no physical effect upon the matter-energy events being observed and measured.

Relativistic Doppler effect      is perceived to be distinct in different reference frames
Time dilation                           is perceived to be distinct in different reference frames
Relativistic mass                    is perceived to be distinct in different reference frames
Mass–energy equivalence    is perceived to be distinct in different reference frames
Length contraction                is perceived to be distinct in different reference frames
Relativity of simultaneity     is perceived to be distinct in different reference frames
Thomas precession                 is perceived to be distinct in different reference frames
Relativistic disks                     is perceived to be distinct in different reference frames

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