Richard Hachel wrote:
> In relativity, you always have to be extremely precise in the words and
> terms you use.
And you are not.
> It is not always easy.
It becomes easier when you study this so that you know what you are talking
about. When will you start?
> For example, when we say: "When the origins O and O 'coincide, the watches
> are triggered".
> As Inspector Columbo would say: "Yes, sir, I'm not contradicting, sir, we
> trigger the watches. But WHAT watches?"
> A smart kid will immediately throw himself to the ground, giggling.
> And he will say: "But the watches of the two origins O and O ', it is
Nonsense. These are origins of spaceTIME coordinate systems. It is the
same as saying: There are two watches which are in the same place and
*there* they show the same time.
> And Columbo, because it is Columbo will respond. "No, sir, it can't be
> those watches. It's obviously not the ones that we set off."
> And against all, he is right.
> It is necessarily not those that we trigger.
> I love this guy.
But you still do not understand special relativity.
Q: What did the female magnet say to the male magnet?
A: From the back, I found you repulsive, but from the front
I find myself very attracted to you.