Consider the following properties of SR clocks. The coordinate systems are the usual K( X,Y,Z,T) and k( x,y,z,t) where k is the coordinate whose origin moves in the positive direction of K. 1.The clocks of K are synchronized with each other using the procedure given in the 1905 paper. Also the clocks of k are synchronized with each other similarly. 2.When the origins of K and k are located at the same position the clocks are set to zero. 3. A fundamental principle of physics requires all the terms of an equation to be expressed in the same units. Thus in the equation T=t/gamma, an example of time dilation, T and t must have the same units, and thus tick at the same rate. Don't these properties lead to the conclusion that the clocks of K and k must always be synchronized?