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5 minutes ago, DjemDiamond said:

So depending on our position and speed, time can appear to move faster or slower to us relative to others in a different part of space-time. And for astronauts on the International Space Station, that means they get to age just a tiny bit slower than people on Earth. That's because of time-dilation effects.

the faster u travel the slower time ticks... moon encircels earth and earth encircles the sun: therefor moon is sometimes faster as earth sometimes slower (at the otherside of the earth) ... that means: time is sometimes faster or slower on the moon which depends if ur are traveling faster as or slower as earth

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2 minutes ago, xSODAx said:

the faster u travel the slower time ticks... moon encircels earth and earth encircles the sun: therefor moon is sometimes faster that earth sometimes slower... time is sometimes faster or slower...

The faster your travel the move time slows down. 

Meaning if you can travel at the speed of light, time will stop. 

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7 minutes ago, DjemDiamond said:

So depending on our position and speed, time can appear to move faster or slower to us relative to others in a different part of space-time. And for astronauts on the International Space Station, that means they get to age just a tiny bit slower than people on Earth. That's because of time-dilation effects.

and thats why all the clocks on the satellites need to adjusted all the time for GPS to work  :D

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1 minute ago, xSODAx said:

the faster u travel the slower time ticks... moon encircels earth and earth encircles the sun: therefor moon is sometimes faster as earth sometimes slower (at the otherside of the earth) ... that means: time is sometimes faster or slower on the moon which depends if ur are traveling faster as or slower as earth

Nope - time is affected by gravity.  Gravity is always the boss (unless someone else is signing your checks)

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Just now, John_Buh said:

Nope - time is affected by gravity.  Gravity is always the boss (unless someone else is signing your checks)

Don't understand what your mean, How does gravity effect time ?

 

In terms of going forward in a car 

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5 minutes ago, xSODAx said:

here it is:

Doge Is Helping Ethereum Solve Its Biggest Issue

https://www.coindesk.com/dogecoin-helping-ethereum-solve-biggest-issue/

 

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3 minutes ago, DjemDiamond said:

Don't understand what your mean, How does gravity effect time ?

 

In terms of going forward in a car 

when you fall into a blck hole then the universe seems to be aging very fast but your dont.

damned: hard to explain in german... impossible in english ^^

 

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