I was listening to Feynman on space-time and he challenged the audience to find a paradox in simultaneity over large distances, or a paradox resulting from(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); knowingwhat was happening in a region of space outside your light cone...is there one i can't think of? it seems like there shouldn't be an obvious one because non-simultaneity is so counterintuitive to our local experience anyways...

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# Simultaneity paradox

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