You are right about velocity intervals I think, but I do think there will 
be a mathematically rigorous way to compare the proper time correlation of 
any two observers from all frame views of that correlation and I do think 
they will cluster around my results. Each frame view will certainly give us 
an EXACT value for the difference in proper times between A and B and I 
think it will be possible to compare those in a meaningful way to see how 
they cluster WITHOUT weighting them.

In any case this is a peripheral though interesting subject..


On Wednesday, March 5, 2014 4:41:17 PM UTC-5, jessem wrote:
> On Wed, Mar 5, 2014 at 2:52 PM, Edgar L. Owen <<javascript:>
> > wrote:
> Jesse,
> Yes, the views are infinite on several axes, but that can be addressed 
> simply by enumerating views at standard intervals on those axes.
> But velocity intervals which are equal when the velocit
> ...

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