The stations are stationary relative to each other. If you don't understand what that means, I'll explain it to you. Imagine two cows on the pasture. If the cows stand in place, then they are stationary relative to each other.Actually I did watch the video and thought it to be one of the worst of its genre.
It is full of logical holes and simply tries to say that Einstein's Theory must be incorrect because it does not follow everyday experience.
Observer A & B both thinking they are stationary is just ridiculous.
The key word in relativity theory is relativity.
Relative to the things moving at the same speed as they are (their "station") they are obviously stationary.
However they can each observe the other, and clearly see that relative to each other they are both moving.
The key feature of all these doubters of Einstein is that they always seem to misunderstand the core concept that there is no absolute point of reference.
All velocity measurements are always relative,
The paradox was invented recently, and the video has been on YouTube for several days. So what would be on google? The problem with you is that you can't think for yourself. So you were looking for what the better than you think. And when you didn't find anything, you found it sucked.I started to to watch the video, but it was taking a long time to deliver trivial information, so I gave up. Google on the Kaziuk paradox and all you see is the same old spam trying to get you to watch some tedious video that claims special relativity is all wrong.
I think The Other Meaning of Special Relativity by Robert Close is well worth reading. He explains how all the "weird" things associated with special relativity are due to the wave nature of matter. Then when you understand this, it isn't weird at all.
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