We consider the detection of a superluminal signal. We show that there exists a particular inertial frame in which the superluminal signal is not uniquely localizable and that it is detected everywhere at the same instant within the inertial frame. This leads to a novel paradox to which we attribute the relativity of simultaneity. keywords: superluminal, simultaneity, paradox, tachyons, localization.
Comments: 2 Pages. Official and full version:Official version @: Physics Essays, Vol. 22, pp. 515, (2009)
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