Equipped with the Minkowski diagrams of the previous lesson, we can now explore some logical implications that are frequently labelled paradoxes. This lesson reveals that these are not true paradoxes, but are instead complex and counterintuitive logical consequences of the theory. As usual, it is up to the reader to decide whether to continue with or without the math.
Okay, this time changing it to private and back to public made the lesson appear. It’s like they are all listed as public but treated as password protected. I’m going to make that change in advance for the other five and see what happens.