**FOREWORD** |

**PREFACE TO RUSSIAN EDITION** |

**NOTATION** |

**CHAPTER 1.** | **THE WORLD AROUND AND BASIC PRINCIPLES OF ITS DESCRIPTIONS** |

| 1.1. | Physical theory and description of a nature |

| 1.2. | World around and its description |

| 1.3. | Change of objects of the world around and its measure |

| 1.4. | Size of objects and its measure |

| 1.5. | Unhypothetical description of the world around |

**CHAPTER 2.** | **THE BASIC PRINCIPLES OF THE MECHANICS** |

| 2.1. | Movement of objects and its measure |

| 2.2. | Interaction and its description |

| 2.3. | Definition of force at different interactions |

| 2.4. | About dependence of force on acceleration |

| 2.5. | Force and energy |

**CHAPTER 3.** | **THE BASIC PRINCIPLES OF THE DESCRIPTION OF THE CHARGED AND MAGNETIZED BODIES INTERACTIONS** |

| 3.1. | Interaction of motionless charged bodies |

| 3.2. | Problems of the description of interactions of moving charged bodies |

| 3.3. | Change of force of interaction in case movement of charged body and magnet |

| 3.4. | Derivation of the Maxwell's equations from experimental bases |

| 3.5. | Differential equations for forces |

**CHAPTER 4.** | **THE INTERACTION OF TWO MOVING CHARGED POINT BODIES** |

| 4.1. | D'Alamber equation for point charge |

| 4.2. | Solutions of the D'Alamber equation |

| 4.3. | Interaction force of two bodies |

| 4.4. | Law of a relative movement of two objects |

| 4.5. | Integration of the law of a movement |

| 4.6. | Transition to classical mechanics and TR mechanics |

**CHAPTER 5.** | **THE TRAJECTORIES OF TWO BODIES MOVEMENT** |

| 5.1. | Classical trajectories |

| 5.2. | Time of movement on trajectory |

| 5.3. | Trajectory' at final velocity of interaction propagation |

| 5.4. | The hyperbolic trajectories |

| 5.5. | The parabolic-like and ellipse-like trajectories |

| 5.6. | The trajectories of repulsion and trajectories for full period |

| 5.7. | Asymptotic solutions |

**CHAPTER 6.** | **THE FORCES OF INTERACTION OF VARIOUS BODIES ON MOVING CHARGED PARTICLE** |

| 6.1. | Interaction of the charged rectangular plate on a particle |

| 6.2. | Particle movement velocity in the capacitor |

| 6.3. | Interaction force of the charged line segment and velocity of particle |

| 6.4. | . Force of moving charged particle action on magnet |

| 6.5. | Force of action of point magnet on a charged particle |

| 6.6. | Force of action of conductor with current on a charged particle |

| 6.7. | Simplified forces disregarding forms of the acting bodies |

**CHAPTER 7.** | **APPLICATION OF THE METHOD OF FORCES FOR CALCULATION OF DIFFERENT INTERACTIONS** |

| 7.1. | Energy of interaction, which depends on velocity |

| 7.2. | New integrals of movement |

| 7.3. | Method of velocity summation |

| 7.4. | Calculation of particles movement in accelerators |

| 7.5. | Calculation of results of the Bucherer's experiment |

**CHAPTER 8.** | **APPROACH OF FORCES AND RELATIVISTIC METHOD** |

| 8.1. | Ether. Theory of Relativity and Lorentz's transformations |

| 8.2. | Essence of transformations |

| 8.3. | Description of interaction of moving non-stationary systems of bodies with help of the transformations |

| 8.4. | About transformation of the wave equation |

| 8.5. | Aberration and Doppler's effect |

| 8.6. | Speed of light between moving bodies |

| 8.7. | Principle of the relativity and its meaning |

**CHAPTER 9.** | **NEARLUMINAL MOVEMENTS INSIDE OF "BLACK HOLES"** |

| 9.1. | Concept of a "black hole" as a ratio of parameters |

| 9.2. | Objects of micro- and macrocosm as "black holes" |

| 9.3. | Trajectory at a variation of radial velocity |

| 9.4. | Trajectory in case of different transversal velocities |

| 9.5. | Trajectory at change of interaction parameter |

| 9.6. | Multangular orbits |

**CHAPTER 10.** | **SUPERLUMINAL MOTIONS** |

| 10.1. | Examples of superluminal motions |

| 10.2. | Observation and interaction at superluminal velocities |

| 10.3. | Acceleration of particles bunches up to superluminal velocities |

| 10.4. | Multistage accelerators of superluminal particles |

| 10.5. | Acceleration of single particles up to superluminal velocities |

| 10.6. | Perspective of application of superluminal motions |

**CHAPTER 11.** | **GRAVITATIONAL INTERACTIONS** |

| 11.1. | Velocity of gravity propagation |

| 11.2. | Mercury perihelion precession |

| 11.3. | Interaction of many bodies |

| 11.4. | Exact solution of the axisyminetric many bodies problem |

| 11.5. | Trajectories of movement at interaction of several bodies |

| 11.6. | Central-symmetrical accretion |

**DEFINITIONS OF THE BASIC CONCEPTS** |

**EPILOGUE** |

**REFERENCES** |

**APPENDIX 1. The program in MATHCAD environment of integration of the movement equations for ellipselike orbits** |

**APPENDIX 2. Initial parameters of trajectories and meaning in final calculated points** |

**APPENDIX 3. The program in MATHCAD environment of integration of the equations of nearluminal particle movement** |

**APPENDIX 4. Trajectories of movement inside the "black holes"** |

**APPENDIX 5. The dimensionless periods of orbits and their radiuses of pericenters** |