F     Conservation Laws

In the first section we present the central credo of classical physics on a single page. In the second section we look at the changes that STR undertakes on it. Then examples of the principle conservation laws of physics follow: We look at some important processes, through which mass is converted into energy, and fundamentally consider the relativistic impact on the process. Finally we discuss the processes through which particles are produced from energy or through which particles and antiparticles ‘dematerialize’ into pure energy.

For the transformation of electrical and magnetic fields we refer to the representations of other authors. These transformations were actually the goal of Einstein’s initial work on special relativity theory, because they fix the “asymmetries which do not seem to be inherent in the phenomena”.