The paradox arises due to ignorance of the Relativity of simultane.pdf

The paradox arises due to ignorance of the \'Relativity of simultaneity\'. In S-frame both ends of rod will pass the ring simultaneously and since length of rod is contracted in this frame, it can easily pass the ring without collision. For S\' - frame, length of rod is not contracted, but the events of its ends passing the ring are not simultaneous (because simultaneity is relative): one end will pass earlier and the other later. So again the rod can pass the ring. This resolves the paradox: the rod will pass the ring in both the frames and there will be no collision. Solution The paradox arises due to ignorance of the \'Relativity of simultaneity\'. In S-frame both ends of rod will pass the ring simultaneously and since length of rod is contracted in this frame, it can easily pass the ring without collision. For S\' - frame, length of rod is not contracted, but the events of its ends passing the ring are not simultaneous (because simultaneity is relative): one end will pass earlier and the other later. So again the rod can pass the ring. This resolves the paradox: the rod will pass the ring in both the frames and there will be no collision..

The paradox arises due to ignorance of the 'Relativity of simultaneity'. In S-frame both ends of
rod will pass the ring simultaneously and since length of rod is contracted in this frame, it can
easily pass the ring without collision. For S' - frame, length of rod is not contracted, but the
events of its ends passing the ring are not simultaneous (because simultaneity is relative): one
end will pass earlier and the other later. So again the rod can pass the ring. This resolves the
paradox: the rod will pass the ring in both the frames and there will be no collision.
Solution
The paradox arises due to ignorance of the 'Relativity of simultaneity'. In S-frame both ends of
rod will pass the ring simultaneously and since length of rod is contracted in this frame, it can
easily pass the ring without collision. For S' - frame, length of rod is not contracted, but the
events of its ends passing the ring are not simultaneous (because simultaneity is relative): one
end will pass earlier and the other later. So again the rod can pass the ring. This resolves the
paradox: the rod will pass the ring in both the frames and there will be no collision.

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The paradox arises due to ignorance of the Relativity of simultane.pdf

  • 1. The paradox arises due to ignorance of the 'Relativity of simultaneity'. In S-frame both ends of rod will pass the ring simultaneously and since length of rod is contracted in this frame, it can easily pass the ring without collision. For S' - frame, length of rod is not contracted, but the events of its ends passing the ring are not simultaneous (because simultaneity is relative): one end will pass earlier and the other later. So again the rod can pass the ring. This resolves the paradox: the rod will pass the ring in both the frames and there will be no collision. Solution The paradox arises due to ignorance of the 'Relativity of simultaneity'. In S-frame both ends of rod will pass the ring simultaneously and since length of rod is contracted in this frame, it can easily pass the ring without collision. For S' - frame, length of rod is not contracted, but the events of its ends passing the ring are not simultaneous (because simultaneity is relative): one end will pass earlier and the other later. So again the rod can pass the ring. This resolves the paradox: the rod will pass the ring in both the frames and there will be no collision.