"Henry Wilson DSc." <..@..> wrote in message news:firstname.lastname@example.org... > On Sat, 25 Feb 2012 18:07:11 -0600, Sam Wormley <email@example.com> > wrote: > >>On 2/25/12 3:08 PM, Henry Wilson DSc. wrote: >>> Nobody has seriously questioned Einstein's RoS or clock synch definition >> >> >> Ralph Rabbidge, who is neither a Henry nor a Wilson and most >> certainly not a DSc., has *failed to learn* about the relativity >> of simultaneity. Take, for example, two observers in relative >> motion to each other. Say, one on the ground and one on a >> passing train. >> >> The space-time diagram makes it easy to see for which >> observer, simultaneity holds. >> >> See: http://www.phys.vt.edu/~takeuchi/relativity/notes/section09.html >> >> Here's the thought problem: >> http://www.phys.vt.edu/~takeuchi/relativity/notes/lightbulb.gif >> >> Here's the analysis via space-time diagram: >> http://www.phys.vt.edu/~takeuchi/relativity/notes/lightbulb-STD.gif >> >> Events that seem to have happened at the same time for the observer >> on train do not happen at the same time for the observer on the >> ground. The concept of before and after actually depends on the >> observer. > > Of course they fucking don't....that's just an Einsteinian red herring. > > Simultaneity has nothing to do with what humans SEE. > > Here's the simple truth about the bogus RoS: > > www.scisite.info/ros.html
That's a crank site. It doesn't even vaguely resemble a scientific argument.
> www.scisite.info/clocksynch.exe >
You want us to download and run an executable program? And this somehow explains Relativity? I doubt that you will get too many takers on that, and I am certainly not one of them.
You need to use sites which were done by people who understand basic physics. Crank sites will not help you at all.