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Is there anyone on this forum who is familiar with the Minguzzi simultaneity method's resolution of the twin paradox?

This is true regardless of which simultaneity method is being assumed (including Minguizzi's), because there is no acceleration involved in this scenario. The time dilation equation rules in this scenario.

I do find his method self-contradictory, but it has nothing to do with the principle of causality.

Quote from: MikeFontenot on 07/02/2020 15:37:06This is true regardless of which simultaneity method is being assumed (including Minguizzi's), because there is no acceleration involved in this scenario. The time dilation equation rules in this scenario.You can't use equations from a different method and still call it Minguizzi's method, especially since his method yields a different figure. His method is not dependent on acceleration at all, so whether acceleration is involved or not is moot.