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Renato Iraldi

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- TL;DR Summary
- A popular explanation of the Bell's paradox

They concluded:

"One may conclude that whenever a body is constrained to move in such a way that all parts of it have the same acceleration with respect to an inertial frame (or, alternatively, in such a way that with respect to an inertial frame its dimensions are fixed, and there is no rotation), then such a body must in general experience relativistic stresses."

Popular Explanation

If we have an elastic band in our hands and we move the band and hands to the right, we will see that the distance between the hands and the band contracts. If we want to keep the distance between the hands always at the same distanceis constrained to move in such a way that all parts of it have the same acceleration with respect to an inertial frame , then we have to open them by stretching, also, the elastic band.

1 Epstein diagram. They are explained in the video

"One may conclude that whenever a body is constrained to move in such a way that all parts of it have the same acceleration with respect to an inertial frame (or, alternatively, in such a way that with respect to an inertial frame its dimensions are fixed, and there is no rotation), then such a body must in general experience relativistic stresses."

Popular Explanation

If we have an elastic band in our hands and we move the band and hands to the right, we will see that the distance between the hands and the band contracts. If we want to keep the distance between the hands always at the same distanceis constrained to move in such a way that all parts of it have the same acceleration with respect to an inertial frame , then we have to open them by stretching, also, the elastic band.

1 Epstein diagram. They are explained in the video