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Then We All Know Difference Between "proper" And "relativistic"

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Posted by Mark on November 5, 2001 17:01:51 UTC

and how to mathematically interchange the two...

>>>Take two symmetric observers (John and Bob) moving by each other with v=0.866c. Who's time flow was "slowed down"?>And how does Lorents transforms imply time travel?

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