Relative relativity revisited

Reply Sun 6 Mar, 2016 11:51 am

Tom your q prompts me to defend what I call my "relative relativity," which maintains, contrary to a certain unspoken assumption on the part of relativists, that a certain reality in the idea that an otherwise "synchronized' clock at a distance reads a later time

Thus when it's noon here it's 12:05 at Marty's domicile, easily explaining to the satisfaction of the intuition relativistic effects such as shrinking of the rocket, its clock slowing, etc. Thus its pilot's feeling of instantaneity entirely valid: His trip indeed instantaneous

Other a2k'ers laugh but none offer pertinent opposition
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Reply Thu 10 Mar, 2016 02:21 pm
So might someone suggest a well-respected science site
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