Moving Clocks, Reference Frames and the Twin Paradox
|Title||Moving Clocks, Reference Frames and the Twin Paradox|
|Author(s)||Curtis E Renshaw|
IEEE AES Systems Magazine 11 (1) pp. 27-31 ('Jan 1996'). We have seen in a previous paper that it is the act of a moving clock out of one inertial frame of reference (IFR) and into another IFR which causes the clock to slow . But what of identical clocks constructed and calibrated in different IFRs? This paper takes a looks at such a scenario, demonstrating that two such clocks would tick synchronously and concludes with a new look at the famous "twin-paradox" of special relativity, SRT.