Ora this is very troubling. After circumnavigating the Universe when I encounter you once more you've aged eons while I've hardly aged at all even if I don't stop to chat. Thus wasn't it my acceleration that had caused my time to stop (relative to you and the rest of the Universe)
I don't have the ability to break-down quotes, Dale
…..you specified that the person circumnavigating the universe did not accelerate at all, but was traveling fast ……. to begin with.
I probably should have stated that Einstein was an idiot for failing to fully furnish ALL capacious dimensions into his TOR, rather than classifying him, outrightly, as an idiot, btw.
He was far from idiotic.
He was extremely idiotic
You do however seem to be in a minority
In that case, it is the person who slowed to a stop (relative to most of the universe) who underwent acceleration and thus does not age.
Herbert Dingle (1890 - 1978) was an English astronomer and President of the Royal Astronomical Society.
He was a member of the British government eclipse expeditions of 1927 and 1932; and became Professor of Natural Philosophy, Imperial College in 1938, Professor of History and Philosophy of Science, University College London in 1946-1955 and President of the Royal Astronomical Society, 1951-1953. Appointed Professor Emeritus of History and Philosophy of Science in 1955, he died in 1978.
Originally a supporter of Einstein's work on the theory of relativity and an author of the textbook Relativity for All (1922), Dingle came to doubt its foundations after reading an account of the so-called twin paradox. According to this, a clock that moves relative to another will appear to run more slowly as judged by the stationary clock and inversely. Dingle claimed that Einstein's results were inconsistent with those worked out using a "commonsense" method.
...NO real universe to begin with!
All right then Que, with the unreal one we've got
It is NON EXISTING, SOMEONES FANTASY!!!
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