clock-experimental "proof" of special relativity It has been said in objection to special relativity that the atomic clocks changes in measurements in different speeds is only a proof of change in measurement between clocks and not of time passage. This would object to the conclusion that simultaneity is relative. However it is reported that the rate of an ideal clock is not affected by it's acceleration. It's mentioned that there are indeed experiments done to prove this. Thus the escape rout is ruled out. I want to know how they know this? If this is really true then I see no reason as to why anybody would object to the block-universe(and thus determinism) given the experimental proof of atomic clock changes(with difference of speed) which have been verifed over and over again even in recent times. The only reason then for the changes in the clocks measurements can only be because we live in a block-universe, were all events already exist(since no universal now exist) "If it looks like a duck, walks like a duck, and quacks like duck- it's probably a duck"