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So is my proof valid? No one has ever contacted me (in the 20 years since that paper was published) and told me that they had found a flaw in my proof. .

Sounds like a candidate for the new-theory section of this forum.

From what I glean of your post, a demonstration that a thing can be consistently calculated in a certain way does not prove that the method corresponds to reality.

I found a reference to computing a delta time for a distant object relative to a change in reference frame at some local event:delta(CADO_T) = -L * delta(v).If L is the distance to the distant object and delta(v) is the 1-D instant velocity change (both relative to in the distant object's frame), then this equation does indeed yield the time difference between events at that distant object that are simultaneous with the local instant acceleration event.