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## Main Question or Discussion Point

twin paradox alone kills special relativity:

the story:

A stays on the planet, B round-travels by spaceship;

when back, based on spectral relativity, B youngs.

analysis:

when special relativity is be applied, the property difference between planet and spaceship is never used; so, first let's simplify the paradox, to avoid confusions to some easily confused minds, that:

A stays in the spaceship 1, B round-travels by spaceship 2;

when back, based on special relativity, B youngs.

Now, the above judgement based on special relativity is made from the standpoint of A & spaceship 1, that B & spaceship 2 experience acceleration & decceleration and so on.

however, if from the standpoint of B, then A & spaceship 1 experience acceleration & decceleration and so on; then, also based on the great theory of einstein's special relativity, we conclude A will be younger.

So...

Based on the same the great theory of einstein's special relativity, we could conclude B to be younger when they meet again, and we can conclude A to be younger when they meet again.

So...

the great theory of einstein's special relativity is fundamentally flawed;

and any theory or theorem or equation building on this foundation, must be re-examinated.

As a matter of fact, borrowing the spirit of "relativity", A and B are completely symmetric,

so...

of course, when back, A and B must be of the same age. any theory predict one of the twin younger than the other must the wrong.

the story:

A stays on the planet, B round-travels by spaceship;

when back, based on spectral relativity, B youngs.

analysis:

when special relativity is be applied, the property difference between planet and spaceship is never used; so, first let's simplify the paradox, to avoid confusions to some easily confused minds, that:

A stays in the spaceship 1, B round-travels by spaceship 2;

when back, based on special relativity, B youngs.

Now, the above judgement based on special relativity is made from the standpoint of A & spaceship 1, that B & spaceship 2 experience acceleration & decceleration and so on.

however, if from the standpoint of B, then A & spaceship 1 experience acceleration & decceleration and so on; then, also based on the great theory of einstein's special relativity, we conclude A will be younger.

So...

Based on the same the great theory of einstein's special relativity, we could conclude B to be younger when they meet again, and we can conclude A to be younger when they meet again.

So...

the great theory of einstein's special relativity is fundamentally flawed;

and any theory or theorem or equation building on this foundation, must be re-examinated.

As a matter of fact, borrowing the spirit of "relativity", A and B are completely symmetric,

so...

of course, when back, A and B must be of the same age. any theory predict one of the twin younger than the other must the wrong.