How to correctly synchronize a relativistic frame?
Is correct Einstein's procedure?
On 2023-09-21 11:05:41 +0000, Richard Hachel said:
How to correctly synchronize a relativistic frame?
Is correct Einstein's procedure?EInstein's (or Poincaré's) procedure is correct as it is the definition
of correct synchronization.
How to correctly synchronize a relativistic frame?
Is correct Einstein's procedure?
EInstein's (or Poincaré's) procedure is correct as it is the definition
of correct synchronization. Any procedure that gives the same result
is also correct, e.g., slow clock transport.
Mikko
Le 22/09/2023 à 11:24, Mikko a écrit :
EInstein's (or Poincaré's) procedure is correct as it is the definition of correct synchronization. Any procedure that gives the same result
is also correct, e.g., slow clock transport.
MikkoYou are right, and basically I myself use this form of synchronization to deal with what we call observable velocities (Vo).
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