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How are units of distance in terms of spacetime different from Euclidean space?
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3d vs. 2d?


or divide by zero
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3d vs. 2d?


or divide by zero

Really effing enlightening. Thanks bub.
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Spacetime entails a new concept of distance. Whereas distances in Euclidean spaces are entirely spatial and always positive, in special relativity, the concept of distance is quantified in terms of the space-time interval between two events, which occur in two locations at two times.
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Spacetime entails a new concept of distance. Whereas distances in Euclidean spaces are entirely spatial and always positive, in special relativity, the concept of distance is quantified in terms of the space-time interval between two events, which occur in two locations at two times.

Nice use of wikipedia. High five for copy/paste.

I want an authentic answer.
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Nice use of wikipedia. High five for copy/paste.

I want an authentic answer.



What are you talking about? I wrote that wikipedia article.
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What are you talking about? I wrote that wikipedia article.



So did I, and this dude I know. Wikipedia isn't legit.
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