Hi! This is the definition of simultaneity I was taught:(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Two events that are simultaneous in one frame of reference need not be simultaneous in a frame moving relative to the first frame.

I'm wondering if this concept only applies to relativistic phenomenon, and if not, would you happen to know any examples of nonrelativistic simultaneity?

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# Hi! This is the definition of simultaneity I was taught: Two

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