Everyone knows the situation. The one twin takes off in a rocket, and both twins see the others clock as running slow. Upon the return, its the one who has experienced acceleration that ends up being incorrect. So at some point, the "moving" twins view must show time on his brothers earth clock as going faster than his own. Say right from blast off, he keeps his eye on the telescope locked on a clock on earth. (Yes I know, he would have a very sore eye!) He sees that clock running slower than his own until when?? When he starts to slow down? At some point, the earths clock would HAVE to move forward very fast to its real (earths)time, because when he gets out, hes much younger than his brother. When would it be, and why isnt this usually talked about in books that present the paradox? Thanks for the help!!!!