Unless you were born in different time zones, you’re the same age.
Lemont is just showing off as usual!
For right to lifers their ages should be dated from conception.
Trains don’t really go that fast by relativistic standards. I am sure any age difference due to special relativity is measured in microseconds.
Lemont was born on a moving train? Did his mom have to pay for an extra ticket at the end of the ride?
That must have been a very fast train.
Why do you even ask such pointless questions Lemont?
Time slows down in a moving object compared to stationary one. As noted above, there isn’t enough difference.
It’s just like Lemont to feel all special because he came in on public transport. There ain’t no free rides, son!
Within the limits of measurement is usually a minute or so. Time dilation probably smaller than picoseconds. Hard to be certain.
All of this discussion assumes that we can know the moment of birth to a precise second, when it usually takes well over a minute to complete the entire process of delivery. And then the line judge has to look up from where the ball is being snapped to the play clock to see if it’s expired yet. (Yeah, still bitter about that no-call during the Packer-Patriots game.)
But leaving all the real world practical stuff aside, who would be older?
At train level velocities the dilation effect is tiny.
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