Originally Posted By: Orac
What Eistein realized was both can be true, time can stop in one frame of reference and not stop in another.

I may be splitting hairs here, but we've all got to do our special thing. smile

This statement suggests that time can stop in a specific F of R. Would it not be more accurate to say that an observer in one F of R can observe time apparently stopping in another F of R, but could not observe time stopping in his own F of R?
There never was nothing.