my question is with relativity, if we draw two circle of same radii and fill the perimeter with stick (very small so it cover whole perimeter) now if we rotate a stick with veey high speed comparable to light then according to length contraction we can add one more stick, this can be understood with curve space , but if a obsever is in frame of moving stick and other in our frame So if again same happen then we add a new stick which according to us cover whole space , but my queation is how extra stick will be adjusted for new observer My main question is that when extra stick will be added to circle after length contraction then how observer in moving frame will mannage extra stick ( bcz for him their is no length contraction).


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