Mon 12 Apr, 2021 12:23 am - If the light from L2 has been both emitted and not emitted at the moment that L1 flashes depending on the frame of reference how is it not the case that the light from L2 is simultaneously both... (view)
Sun 11 Apr, 2021 11:57 pm - If the answer is different depending on the frame of reference then that means that both frames of reference are valid and correct and the light is simultaneously traveling and not traveling... (view)
Sun 11 Apr, 2021 09:55 pm - [code]
L1 and L2 are lights. There are 2 ships at X passing each other in opposite directions. L1 and L2 flash simultaneously in the frame... (view)
Mon 15 Mar, 2021 11:19 pm - There is obviously a problem here. Let's say there is an observer looking down at the triangle of lights and is at rest with respect to the lights. From his frame of reference, the lights... (view)
Fri 8 Jan, 2021 10:28 am - I think that the term "same moment" is self-explanatory.
Go ahead and try to draw some diagrams showing before the moment of T of ship1 lining up with N of ship2, the moment of T of... (view)