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Tesla's take on relativity

 
 
dalehileman
 
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Reply Sun 5 Jul, 2015 02:01 pm
@Brandon9000,
Al;as Bran, alack....
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dalehileman
 
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Reply Mon 6 Jul, 2015 10:59 am
@Brandon9000,
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Anyone else who was as interested as you are would have figured this stuff out years ago
Yet the experts seem to run around in circles, while even Albert remained a bit perplexed

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Twin_paradox

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Eventually, Lord Halsbury and others removed any acceleration by introducing the "three-brother" approach......Another way of avoiding acceleration effects is the use of the relativistic Doppler effect.....
Neither Einstein nor Langevin considered such results to be literally paradoxical: Einstein only called it "peculiar"


....with new approaches popping up as late as 1986:

http://x-files.wikia.com/wiki/Einstein's_Twin_Paradox:_A_New_Interpretation

The more I read about it the more apparent it's still an unresolved paradox, while much of the dissent seems to trail off into doubletalk. So at a2k I occasionally breach the subject in the hope of further clarification, preferably in terms familiar to the Average Clod. Yet not much response

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I don't dislike you,
My entire week buttressed

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but you're hopeless
Alack alas

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and I just don't want to play anymore
That's okay Bran, I wouldn't feel the least offense....
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