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A “cause” occurs at point 1 (x1, t1) and its “effect” occurs

at point 2 (x2, t2). Use the Lorentz transformation to find

t′2 − t′1, and show that t′2 − t′1 > 0; that is, O′ can never see

the “effect” coming before its “cause.”

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