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Feb9-12, 08:49 AM
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Quote Quote by mangaroosh View Post
You probably couldn't, but the time at a distance would either be the same or it wouldn't; if it is the same [for all clocks at a distance] then absolute simultaneity prevails; if any of the clocks is different, then RoS prevails. What I'm wondering is, what would cause any of the clocks not to tell the same time?
Sorry, I could not decipher your method to set a distant clock "on time", such that you assume (or pretend) that both clocks indicate the same time perfectly simultaneously, even if only shortly. How would you do that? How could you make distant clocks tell exactly the same time?