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Can the ehrenfest paradox be resolved using STR or does one require to go in general theory?

If it can be, please recommend a book or online source which explains it from the basics.

Also I'm somewhat unclear on what exactly the paradox is,does it state that-

Since the ratio of it's circumference and diameter is less than π it follows non euclidian geometry.

So what if it is a non euclidian geometry? How can that statement be a paradox?

If it can be, please recommend a book or online source which explains it from the basics.

Also I'm somewhat unclear on what exactly the paradox is,does it state that-

Since the ratio of it's circumference and diameter is less than π it follows non euclidian geometry.

So what if it is a non euclidian geometry? How can that statement be a paradox?

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