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Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Einstein The God!

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Posted by Bruce on January 27, 2001 21:52:09 UTC

"By the way, time cannot be measured even in your model! In your model, the "time" between two
events depends on the path followed by the observer, while the definition of time says that "if two objects can directly interact they occur at the same time".

Lets just say that there are 2 observers at rest with respect to eachother and embracing (a form of direct interaction).
for both obsevers
both observersembracingfollow the same worldline through the dimension of time.

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