Andersen, Johannes Harder
November 13, 2016
Relativity, Time Dilation, Twin Paradox, Minkowski
This paper examines the relativistic time dilation with respect to symmetry and asymmetry between moving frames. The aim is to account for the time dilation as a projection of reality. The author outlines a hypothetical model where part of the traveller’s history is inaccessible in principle, but speed dependent in such a way that more of the history is revealed when the relative speed slows down. The logic properties of this model are explored in a kinematic setting; a consistent solution is found on how the traveller’s complete history unwinds.