New dialogue on a new science between F. Salviati, G. Sagredo, and Simplicio

Foundations of Physics 19 (8):1017-1025 (1989)

In this dialogue we explain why nonrelativistic and relativistic quantum mechanics are basically the same and how the Lorentz group operates canonically only on the dynamics
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