Past, present and future exist. But if the future already exists, what to think about free will?
Let's have a closer look at our man Jerry in the cabin.
Tom and Jerry live both in the same world, because there is no relative speed between them.
I have added Jerry's thougths before he walks out of the cabin.
Jerry has never heard of Einstein's Special Relativiy.
- In Jerry's world, when your car is at the square flag, Jerry battles with a serious question: "Will I walk through the back door of the cabin, or will I walk through the front door onto the balcony and enjoy a splendid view of the railway track?"
- Let's accept that he is not too much influenced by whatever reason to prefer one of the options. Jerry is convinced that he thinks and reasons out of his own free will. He makes up his mind and decides he will step through the front door.
- A split second later he steps through the front door onto the balcony.
=> Go to ....
- Relativity for Dummies
- 4D Spacetime Block Universe
- Reciprocal time dilation
- Reciprocal length contraction
- Lengths do not 'appear' contracted!
- Measuring the contracted train
- Constant light speed
- Where is the bullet?
- Train experiment
- Slower and shorter - case study
- Minkowski vs Loedel
- Spacetime video
- Further reading