In relativity of simultaneity, it is said like simultaneous events for one observer is not simultaneous for another. Does that mean events been seen from one observers point of view may not be true? For example consider the bell’s spaceship paradox From my point of view the "silk thread" which was tied between the two spaceships were broken because of length contraction. But from the travelers point of view they never feel any length contraction or any weird effects, they are the same as if they were in rest so the silk thread won't break in their view. Later they'll return to earth and we notice the silk thread remain unbroken. So point of view was true? Travelers or observers?