A recent 3D computer simulation demonstrated that two inertial reference frames (IRFs) show the same
count of time units by employing various methods of time sharing. This article explains those methods,
the underlying concepts, and the conclusions on the common nature of time across IRFs. Multiple clocks
of two different IRFs can be made to mark and count the same time units, concluding that measuring time
across different IRFs is technically possible and it proves that Einstein’s Special Relativity theory is
wrong in its claims about a dilation of time in frames which are equivalent to each other. The Einsteinian
relativistic application of the Lorentz time transformations is hence proved wrong and useless.