Friend, I was once more kind enough towards you and translated the previous common layman's terms paradox into your beloved language.HB: Please go and actually learn something about this subject. Even your questions show that you do not understand the subject.

Here it is, the problem that you can not solve:

Two observers (o1 and o2) share a rest frame. The observers are one light week away from each other. A ship is in the same rest frame right beside o1.

1. the ship accelerates towards o2 to 0.3*c relative speed

2. at spacetime point P1 (which is spatially in the center between observers o1 and o2) a shuttle departs from the cargo hold of the ship and accelerates back towards o1 to slightly above 0.6*c speed relative to the ship (slightly above 0.3*c relative to o1 and o2)

3. both observers o1 and o2 agree on the time when the departure of the shuttle occurred because it occurred right in the middle between them, their timestamped records confirm this

4. the shuttle arrives to o1 and the ship to o2 and they decelerate to stop near the observers

5. records from the observers show that both the ship and the shuttle arrived at their destination at the same time as observed by the observers in their rest frame

The relativistic solution to the twins paradox dictates that those who experience most acceleration between two separate shared rest frames must have aged the least when all involed are joined together in the second shared rest frame.

Therefore the relativistic solution in this case must dictate that the shuttle that experienced the most acceleration must have aged less than the ship. This of course causes a logical contradiction within the relativistic model in this particular case.

Einstein's theory of relativity is shown to be false in relativistic terms.

You have no logical argument against this. Time to make another declaration of opinions???

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