Accelleration can be ruled out in Twin experiment
Posted by dogrock on Mar 05, 2002 at 21:34
Re: Are you sure it's doing the traveling? (bobbapink)
If you set an object in motion in a straight line it will not change direction unless an outside force is applied so says the theory
I'm trying to establish that the motion of an object throught space changes the object and possibly its direction.
The majority of the time change is caused by the length of time travelling in the Twin experiment and being used only as an example, I believe there are more changes than just time, but to establish any change is enough for now. The accelleration is used to explain that something different has happened to one twin, not explain the time difference.
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