Simultaneity in the different reference frames
Local time and space
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Several Relativistic errors

Local time and space.

Humans (for example, Einstein) can study and consider space locally, and even divide them into zones and make them non-stationary, discontinuous and disconnected, but that consideration is totally wrong.
In other words, time and space are totally stationary, continuous, integer and interconnected.
And this can be easily demonstrated and understood, even with mathematical considerations.
For example, in space, if we take a meter (A) in length for study it, we can forget about the space that surrounds it, but that space exists and is connected to our chosen meter.
Other meters (B, C, D ..) are attached to our length meter (A), and then others and so on to infinity.
That is, a continuous chain A-B-C-D ..... to infinity.
Therefore, within this infinite length we can choose successive parts of it, meter, kilometers, light years, etc., and we see that it forms a continuous, interconnected, integer, etc., that is, stationary.
Well over time the same thing happens.
We can take our personal time, later the one closest to us, our neighbor, then the neighbor or our neighbor, and so on.
In other words, there is no barrier of autonomy and disconnection that allows us to say that we are within a local time, separate and discontinuous from another more distant.
Therefore we restate the principle of integrity and interdependence of time and space:
Although we can consider apparently disconnected local times or with discontinuity between them, they really aren't.
So, we can put the principle and statement that:
"For two or more times, space or local frames of reference, there will always be a superior frame of reference (space-time) that encompasses and contains all of these and for which they are all continuous, interrelated and stationary."