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Please excuse any stupidity, but I'm under the impression that objects that travel "along" 3- dimensional" space (therefore the objects are three dimensional) with velocity v are subject to length contraction. However would objects of 3+ dimensions and with velocity v still be subject to length contractions when these objects travel "through" 3- dimensional space?
With the term "subject to length contraction" I mean that the length of the object parallel to its one- dimensional motion, would contract.
Many thanks
With the term "subject to length contraction" I mean that the length of the object parallel to its one- dimensional motion, would contract.
Many thanks