Use the Lorentz transformations to show that if two events are separated in space and time so that a light signal leaving one event cannot reach the other, then there is an observer for whom the two events are simultaneous. Show that the converse is also true: If a light signal can get from one event to the other, then no observer will find them simultaneous.

September 13, 2016 Professor M. Broccio Physics 0110 Video Module 2 2.1 Displacement 2.1.1 Position Is represented by a vector, r that is drawn from the origin of the coordinate system to a point on the coordinate system. (00.13) 2.1.2 Displacement A vector that points from the initial location to the ▯nal location; the di▯erence between ▯nal...