The twin paradox: the role of acceleration

5 Jul 2018 J. Gamboa F. Mendez M. B. Paranjape Benoit Sirois

The twin paradox, which evokes from the the idea that two twins may age differently because of their relative motion, has been studied and explained ever since it was first described in 1906, the year after special relativity was invented. The question can be asked: "Is there anything more to say?".. (read more)

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