Relativity puzzle

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Which is from the theory of relativity
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Argumentum ad nauseam?
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Let’s cut to the chase

Does an observer in the lab see clocks running slower for the non moving observer! There is another light mirror set up where the non moving observer is

What does the lab observer see? The non moving observer appears to be moving

Which they are of course, relative to the lab
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Balls in your court


It’s a simple question
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robinson wrote: Fri Nov 20, 2020 3:52 am Balls in your court
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Avoidance noted
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Lol.

Still nothing, eh?
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It’s all relative man
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I think you're letting yourself be trolled Witness. I'll admit that I just don't know how to do the math.
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Trolling robinson is never a good idea


You think you will get a bite (trolling in the sense of fishing for attention), but what actually happens is a great white eats your entire boat
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I’ve read Einstein and a lot of works on his theories, the reciprocal math is a fundamental thing, that is called In physics, the principle of relativity. It is the requirement that the equations describing the laws of physics have the same form in all admissible frames of reference.

I say the math used to calculate is the same for both frames of reference, in this puzzle.
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Now I could be wrong, but I very much doubt it
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Anaxagoras wrote: Sat Nov 21, 2020 2:52 pm I think you're letting yourself be trolled Witness. I'll admit that I just don't know how to do the math.
Made me laugh. Hint: I don't interact with Roby outside of this thread.