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Posted by Bruce on March 30, 2003 21:35:34 UTC

can model time anyway he wanted. You can model time anyway you want. The only thing a useful model requires is that it makes prediction that are experimentally verifiable. You make the mistake of concluding Einstein made an error when he chose to model time as something that can be measured using something called a clock. You should leave the nonsense out of your paper and just present your model. Somebody might actually read it.

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