Interpretation of Relativity of simultaneity

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If relative simultaneity implies that one event that could be already measured w.r.t. one reference frame not yet measured w.r.t. another reference frame:

then could one find an reference frame at which none of the events were measured?
If such reference frame exists, could one observe the universe from its beginning?
 

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Simultaneity refers to two events that are observed from two different inertial reference frames. As far as single events are concerned, all single events are observed in all reference frames.

Chet
 

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