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The LTs require the time desynchronisation of moving bodies, per the inertial stationary observer moving relatively. Consider a starship moving inertially at relativistic rate. Per the Block Universe interpretation, for clocks synchronised in the starship, its foward clocks lag the time readout of its aftward clocks. This is to say that each position of the starship (along it's axis of motion) exists in a different starship era of time, per the stationary POV in his own instant of time, and this is consistent (of course) with the past, present, and future all coexisting on equal footing in a fused spacetime contunuum.

OK, so I'm hoping a relativity mentor or science advisor will chime in here, on this one question ...

Q) How is the time desynchronisation of moving bodies explained by the PRESENTIST interpretation?

Thank You,

GrayGhost