October 2, 2012
I received from NPA “An Open Letter to the Physics Community about The Twin Paradox”. In short the letter says: “…2011 is the centennial anniversary of the publication of Paul Langevin’s famous paper ‘On Space and Time’ in which he introduced, what became popularly known, as the Twin Paradox…This NPA study concluded that, after 100 years of work on this famous problem in special relativity, the Twin Paradox continues to be unresolved (NPA Open Letter). So, I am publishing now as I think about the theme: I think Paul Langevin and Einstein forgot something when they told different age twin, because: I think when the twin who has returned to Earth He looked the fuel quantity instrument He saw and said: “Oh, my God! My clock is delayed but the fuel burned was about total years as my brother who was at rest at Heart! My trip fuel burned was not FEW fuel as FEW time recorded in the clock of my spaceship!” Why twin who returned said it? Due high speed would be high inertia (or high mass). High speed and high inertia need high fuel quantity burned no few. If time on board the spaceship was too little as the age of the twin who traveled, the trip fuel would be burned too little as the trip time of space ship, OF COURSE!