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Some improvements in the theory of faster-than-light particles
Physical Review D, Particles and fields
The relationship between di6'erentially conserved quantities (electric current density J~, stress tensor density T~", etc. ) and the conserved integral quantities Icharge Q, energy-momentum P, etc. ) is carefully studied for the case of faster-than-light particles. It is found that there is no problem of "negative-energy states" and no need for the "reinterpretation principle" used by previous authors. The central lesson learned is that the concept of "charge" or "momentum" or "energy" even fordoi:10.1103/physrevd.25.356 fatcat:gjsn64o6anbvtjjzcmq6zf45bm