VELOCITY

In FER velocity is equal to the sinus of an angle between trajectories of bodies.




The speed has a limitation : V<1 resulting from the definition of velocity.

The limitation of the velocity is only the result of the manner of conducting an observation.

The manner of conducting the observation is characterized with the fact that in FER a direction interpreted by an observer as the space dimension has to be
perpendicular to the trajectory of the observed body.

In the FER there is no limitation for angles between the trajectories. The angles can be greater than 900, however mutual observation is possible only for observers moving along trajectories inclined towards each other at angle lower than 900.
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