The Self-Consistency of the Kinematics of Special Relativity, Part VI. Einstein's Argument in Special Relativity Concerning "Time Travel" Is Substantially Correct After All; and Smoothed Polygons.
Keywords: Einstein's non-slip; KSTR; challenge to general relativity; knotted polygons; polygons in three dimensions; smoothed polygons; swings and round-abouts; time lag; time travel in special relativity
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 01 September 2006
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