I just started learning about relativity and time dilation last night. It's extremely interesting, and I have a quick question.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Suppose two people (Steve and John) and standing side by side. Steve is *exactly* 1 year older than John. If either one of them takes a step forward, and the other remains stationary, has the gap between their ages changed?

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# Quick Question about Time Dilation

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