|Mar3-13, 05:30 PM||#35|
No definite viewpoint for the accelerating traveler?
|Mar3-13, 06:35 PM||#36|
If the question is "how can you do physics in a non-inertial frame" then it is not even an answer let alone THE answer. If the question is "what is the naive non-inertial simultaneity convention which most novices tend to adopt and which is useless for any actual physics" then I would agree that it is probably THE answer.
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