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Einstein synchronization, as it is conventionally defined, depends on subtle issues like the one-way speed of light. But the slow transport of clocks produces the same simultaneity convention. And I would think that the slow transport convention is a tautology. After all, if time only changes for clocks moving with respect to each other, then wouldn't it stay the same in the limit of zero relative velocity? I know there are other simultaneity convention, but how could they be meaningful if they contradict slow transport?
I apologize if my question turns out to be just a matter of aesthetic preference, but I think it has some scientific content.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Thank You in Advance.
I apologize if my question turns out to be just a matter of aesthetic preference, but I think it has some scientific content.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Thank You in Advance.