The twin paradox is said to resolve because of the accelerations at the start and turning point of the travelling twins journey. Let us consider 3 remote triplets. Triplets only because at certain positions in spacetime 2 out of 3 of them will have exactly the same age. The thought experiment proceeds this way. The first triplet is on earth. We have engineered a situation such that the second triplet will pass by the earth at 0.99c at exactly the instant that his and the earthbound triplets ages are the same. The second triplet then journeys x number of light years to a point where we have engineered a third triplet to pass by the second on a path back to earth. This third triplet also travels at 0.99c and is exactly the same age as triplet 2 when they pass each other. The question is how do triplets 1 and 3 compare agewise when they meet up at earth. Since no inertial frame is more preferred than any other both will see the other as aging slower. This cannot be so. We have removed the convenience of accelerating frames so what is the resolution?