If there are two twins on earth lets call them

**A**and

**B,**and

**B**flies away and comes back at nearly the speed of light, then

**A**has aged more than

**B**. This occurs in

**A**'s frame of reference.

The paradox comes into play when you look at the exact same situation in

**B**'s frame of reference, in this case

**B**sees

**A**travel away at nearly the speed of light and come back, so therefore you would think that

**B**would have aged more that

**A**in

**B**'s reference frame.

Relativity states that all inertial reference frames of a given situation produce the same results, yet by switching frames of reference for the above problem we get two different results,

**A**being older in one and

**B**being older in the other.

There are some clever people on this forum so just for fun can you resolve the paradox?