Discussion in 'The Bar' started by DrivenByDemons, Jan 4, 2013.
because time is constant (sorta)
No. Time is relative. Tsk. Tsk.
OMG, don't go there with me.
Best Answer - Chosen by Asker[/h]No, time is relative. That's one of the main points of the theory of relativity.
For example, the faster you travel, time slows down for you relative to things not moving as fast. An experiment was done using atomic clocks. They were placed on supersonic jets traveling around the world and compared to clocks left on the ground. When the planes landed, the traveling clocks showed less time had passed for it than had passed for the clock on the ground. That's the Hafele-Keating Experiment.http://hyperphysics.phy-astr.gsu.edu/hba…
"Time is an illusion, and lunchtime is doubly so." Douglas Adams.
[h=3]Source(s):[/h]See also GPS proof of relativity: http://www.astronomy.ohio-state.edu/~pog…
5 years ago
Ok. Let's throw out physics.
I move a helluva lot slower than I used to.
Bullshit. I sit down at my 'puter for 5 minutes, and 5 hours go by, happens all the time. Conversely, when my cunty sister-in-law comes over, the situation is inverted.... I can provide countless examples....
I think he's right, time moves at the same speed regardless of your age, it's your speed that makes a difference.
Are we going to turn this into a discussion about time dilation??? Cause I'll go there. I'll do it.
Never seen the X Files I take it.
OMG you're both right!
Time is not affected by the age of the observer
Can you make it quick?
I have places to go.
how about by the fatness of the observer?
Superman can fly around the earth faster than the speed of light. If he flies clockwise, he goes to the future. If he flies counter clockwise, he goes into the past.
Just hurry i dont want to miss anything.
tell that to your face.