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quote:Originally posted by thebrain13you can use multiple forces, in whatever magnitudes. Your argument is that it is impossible to accelerate an object uniformly without using gravity, that is not the case.
quote:Originally posted by thebrain13yes, use multiple forces to accelerate the atoms equally.
quote:Originally posted by thebrain13Then use Electric charge, and Nuclear strong force. Cant you just drop this argument? The only way you can win is if you prove that accelerating an object uniformly is impossible. Which makes einsteins equivalence principle meaningless. Im implying if you did, what would happen, I dont need to make the experiment.
quote:Originally posted by thebrain13lets say there are two spaceships containing one pilot each, they are identical twins of course. We'll call them pilot a and pilot b. pilot b fires his engines and travels at 99 percent the speed of light away from pilot a for one year. Then turns around and comes back. Einstain says that from pilot a's perspective pilot b would have aged less than him. However Since velocity is relative to each observer, pilot b sees pilot a speeding away from him and then returning. So pilot b should see a younger pilot a. So my question is when the two meet each other after the trip which one is younger?
quote:. Einstain says that from pilot a's perspective pilot b would have aged less than him.