Events in this case simultaneity does not destroy the

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events. In this case, simultaneity does not destroy the concept of causality because it could be that event A may appear to cause B or the B may appear to cause A depending on the viewer. This is because time is a dependent value and will depend on the reference frame between these occurring events.
5. The theory of relativity sets an upper limit on the speed of a particle. Does that mean that there are also upper limits on its energy and momentum? Explain.
Internet Research Provide links to two Internet sites that you have visited to gain additional information (beyond the textbook) regarding the twin paradox. Briefly describe the twin paradox in your own words. Include an explanation for why this is not truly a paradox. Do not just copy words from the textbook or Web sites.

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