Is this doable, a calculation to go from A to B on a helical path?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

To simplify the problem we could consider A and B being parallel planes so that the end location of the helix is not of prime importance, it could end anywhere on the plane at B.

It is easy to determine the length of a helix from A to B non relativistically. but how do we approach the problem relativistically?

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# Special Relativity: Going from A to B on a helix

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