Principle of relativity

The classical laws of motion are exactly the same in every inertial frame. That is, with respect to classical mechanics, inertial frames are all equivalent.

The following, plausible generalization is called the principle of relativity, and its validity is generally assumed in physics:

(Principle) The laws of nature are exactly the same in every inertial frame. That is, inertial frames are all equivalent in describing any physical phenomena.

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