OK. We must stop here and resolve our differences. The rest of this issue is meaningless unless this is suitably and scientifically resolved in terms of physical realities, not just SRT claims, for it is the validity of SRT that is being evaluated. You can't use Relativity to prove Relativity. 1 - I historically have presented this arguement and the response was "You cannot do the test because it is impossible to stop ALL clocks simultaneously per clock "A". Since you cannot control the clocks to perform the test it is an invalid test and isn't physically real hence is non-scientific and you must stop here. 2 - I appear to have gotten you to agree that All clocks do indeed stop simultaneously PER the control clock of the test "A", and that the scenario can in fact be achieved. So now the test may advance. 3 - Now we reach this point reference the view from clock "A". a - Clock "A" has accumulated 36,000 seconds. b - Clock "A" view of clock "B" is that it has accumulated 35,820 seconds. c - Clock "B" is in agreement with that figure and registers by its clock that the test was prematurely terminated at 35,820 seconds and did not have the full 10 hour duration. OK, so far. Yes or No? 4 - Now during this 35,820 second test run, clock "B's" monitor counter for clock "A" can only accumulate ticks at a rate of 0.995 that of its own rate because of Relativity the Gamma function for "B's" view of "A" is 1.005. This mandates that at the moment that clock "B" and its counters shut down (which you have already agreed to) it will have accumulated only 35,642 seconds as its view of clock "A". True Yes or No. If yes we can proceed. If "No" explain in plain english how it is you think you can justify claiming that clock "B" and its counter monitors are going to continue to monitor clock "A" after it has agreeably already been shut down physically. Remember this issue has nothing to do with "B's" view other than the physical fact of its own clock tick rate and its counter monitor of "A's" clock tick rate during the period of the test while it is physically running. Once shut down it simply cannot be allowed to claim it is continuing to change its readings or those of clock "A" monitor by simultaneity. We are addressing actual physical facts of clock operations and there physically being stopped. Please! explain scientifically, in physical reality anyother possibility. Relativity of Simulataniety is not a physical fact capable of by miracles cause a stopped clock to continue to accumulate time, nor its monitor what has stopped continue to accumulate time, since the clocks are now going to be returned in their stopped condition to compare accumulated times and projected times per Relativity for the duration of the actual test while "A" allows them to operate.