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Re: Rephrased.

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Posted by Zephram Cochrane/">Zephram Cochrane on February 11, 2000 20:34:04 UTC

: Does everything contained in space at a given time t, with reference to you, exist at that same time t?

: Please include proof in your answer.

There's nothing to prove. You just asked if everything existing at your time t exists at your time t. You might as well ask, is red red?

Now if you were to have asked if all events occurring in your time at the same time t, always occur at the same time for some other observer's coordinate frame the answer is no. This has already been proven by the verifying evidence of special relativity.

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