Our first topic is the relativity of simultaneity. I've asked about this,
Jason has, Gabriel has. Probably Brent and Bruno and a few others have, too
(maybe I should have taken notes). So far the answers have been a bit
vague, so I'd like to get something more precise. To start with, I'd like
definitive answers to Gabriel's 3 questions. Could you please just give
true or false answers?
1. According to your "P-time" notion, there is some uniquely true order of
events which occur widely separated in space but in the same reference
frame: True or False?
2. According to your "P-time" notion, there is some uniquely true order of
events which occur widely separated in space and in different reference
frames: True or False?
3. According to your "P-time" notion, there is some uniquely true order of
events at the same point in space: True or False?
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