Equivalence Principle and Rindler Horizons

In summary: I'm not sure how that would work.Rindler horizons boil down to the fact that if you keep accelerating your speed asymptotically approaches light speed and there are regions of spacetime that are too far behind you for light signals to catch you.Thank you for clearing that up.
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sbaker8688 said:
The question was if a Rindler Horizon forms when you stand on a massive body.
As @Dale has already pointed out, this question has been answered. The answer is no.

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