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I am confused as to how the Lorentz transformation for time factor does not violate relativity when its formulation fits an reflected hyperbola rather than a direct line. It seems that at c/2 your time and "outside" time are pretty close. This seems to allow light to actually go slower by your observation. Please explain where I misunderstood, if I did, the the graph of the transformation.
Re: How does the Lorentz transformation for time hold up to relativity?
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