Consider please the Lorentz transformation for the time coordinates of the same event(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

t'(E)=g(t(E)-Vx/cc) (1)

where g stands for gamma and t(E) and t'(E) for times displayed by clocks synchronized following Einstein's procedure.

My question is: with what times displayed by how synchronized clocks should I replace t(E) and t'(E) in order to arrive at absolute simultaneity. The synchronization procedure should be faisible and in accordance with that proposed by Einstein. I know so far the "everyday" clock synchronization which leads to such result.

Thanks in advance.

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# Absolute simultaneity

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