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In this work, Einstein showed the limits of classical thermodynamics, when observable statistical fluctuations in the irregular movement of particles in suspension violate the second law. Here he made the radical proposal that the parameter to be taken into account experimentally is the mean displacement, and not the erratic speed.

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This special relativity is founded on two basic principles: the principle of relativity Physics is the same in all inertial systems , and the principle of constancy of the speed of light the velocity of light is isotropic and the same in all inertial systems. With this theory, Einstein resolved the apparent conflict between the relativity principle and the electrodynamics of Maxwell and Lorentz, which gives priority to some reference systems. This forced him to abandon the concepts of simultaneity and the ether.