Everything which happens at the same point of time can be called
'simultaneous' if you agree with me. [I am sure you do]
So, what is the great impossibility to recognize simultaneity for our
reference even though we cannot synchronize two events simultaneously in the
Globally we are synchronized if we follow GMT with accurate clocks and be
happy about it for everyday events. At least we are unable to differentiate
the effects of non-synchronizability or 'Time dilation' and tend to ignore
it. We are practical, successful and pragmatic thereby.
Our computers, TVs , breaking News services all get disciplined and
synchronized anyway for our satisfaction level. Whom else do we have to
prove or satisfy in our ability to reach 'Simultaneity' ?
What is this 'Time Dilation' anyway, what is your definition and how is it
foxing you ?
PS : I am deliberately giving a searching look
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Consider Einstein's moving train. One observer sees light hit front
at one time and another observer sees light hit front at another time.
This is actually _false_. The event of the hit at the front happens
in the same now as shown by SR - new definition.