On Mon, 06 Jul 1998 11:27:29 +0000 Damien Broderick <email@example.com> writes:
>Well, they grow closer together. But they don't individually flatten,
>undergo relativistic rotation. This curious truth has been known since
>1959, and is due to James Terrell of Los Alamos; I met it in Milton
>Rothman's nice little book THE LAWS OF PHYSICS (Basic Books 1963).
Er? Why would one part of space undergo a different transformation?
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