Originally Posted by

**WayneFrancis**
abcdefg, that is like saying multiplication doesn't handle 3,049,294x4,329,402 because you've never seen that actual problem written down anywhere.

I'm not sure what scenario you are dealing with now?

Last one I understood you where pitching is

O accelerates at a rate of *n*m/s for t_{1} amount of time in direction X

O' waits for t_{2} amount of time before accelerating at a rate of *n*m/s for t_{1} amount of time in direction X

From this point, or actually any other point, I don't know what your problem is with SR.

Please spell out your scenario step by step with all relevant data.

Feel free to plug in numbers for us to use. IE instead of saying *n*m/s for t_{1} seconds say something like 10,000m/s for 15,000s and tell use to what observer this acceleration rate is measured by.

Then if you wanted you could do the maths and point out where you think SR falls over. Otherwise you could say where you think it falls over and someone here can show you the maths that demonstrates what you don't understand about SR.