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Re: Re: I Have One Problem With That.

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Posted by silverana on November 21, 2000 10:15:05 UTC

oh yes yes yes pleeease!!!

i could neva understand that equatn with tau squared equals to time squared minus distance squared ......

i actually attempted to understand wristwatch time by reading this bk by a prominent scientist, but i couldnt even go past the 5th page .......

i still dont understand what wristwatch time is.... and how does EVERYONE agree on it? (is everyone refering to ppl in the same time frame?)
y is wristwatch time an invariant ...... if possible pls add on some conceptual explanations .... thanku bruce!

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