The concealment of Asymmetric Time Dilation versus Symmetric Time Dilation

The concealment of Asymmetric Time Dilation versus Symmetric Time Dilation

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June 15th, 2017, 4:55 pm #1






The concealment of Asymmetric Time Dilation versus Symmetric Time Dilation:
http://www.gsjournal.net/Science-Journa ... nload/6946
"Relativity texts talk of Time Dilation but usually gloss over the issue of two different types of Time Dilation: Asymmetric Time Dilation and Symmetric Time Dilation. This concealment is by bad writing that tries to hide this issue by being vague, such as by bad labelling of clocks: one clock as moving and the other clock as non-moving, this then suggests motion in an absolute sense, when Relativity theory is supposed to be motion in relative sense. I look at a typical type of example."





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June 16th, 2017, 11:12 am #2

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June 17th, 2017, 12:18 am #3





The concealment of Asymmetric Time Dilation versus Symmetric Time Dilation:
http://www.gsjournal.net/Science-Journa ... nload/6946
"Relativity texts talk of Time Dilation but usually gloss over the issue of two different types of Time Dilation: Asymmetric Time Dilation and Symmetric Time Dilation. This concealment is by bad writing that tries to hide this issue by being vague, such as by bad labelling of clocks: one clock as moving and the other clock as non-moving, this then suggests motion in an absolute sense, when Relativity theory is supposed to be motion in relative sense. I look at a typical type of example."




MAYBE NOT
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