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Dead Wild Roses: Relativity Isn’t Relative – Minute Physics

Just when I think I have a handle on base concept or two… *sigh*

 

 

Filed under: Science Tagged: Minute Physics, Physics, Relativity, Science

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The Quantum Buddha's Blog: Dan’s Estimation of the Age of the Universe

As a follow up to my post on the theory of relativity’s implications on the age of the universe and the nature of reality, I am pointing out something that has been bugging me for see time.

How did quasars get 33 billions years away from us in just 13.75 billion years since the big . . . → Read More: The Quantum Buddha’s Blog: Dan’s Estimation of the Age of the Universe

The Quantum Buddha's Blog: Dan’s Estimation of the Age of the Universe

As a follow up to my post on the theory of relativity’s implications on the age of the universe and the nature of reality, I am pointing out something that has been bugging me for see time.

How did quasars get 33 billions years away from us in just 13.75 billion years since the big . . . → Read More: The Quantum Buddha’s Blog: Dan’s Estimation of the Age of the Universe

The Quantum Buddha's Blog: Einstein’s Estimation of the Age of the Universe

According to Einstein, when objects approach very near the speed of light (one of the boundary conditions of the universe) the passage of time will slow, among other bizarre effects.

The universally accepted theory (proven by atomic clocks) is that if you had two identical twins, and one climbed into a very fast space ship . . . → Read More: The Quantum Buddha’s Blog: Einstein’s Estimation of the Age of the Universe

The Quantum Buddha's Blog: Einstein’s Estimation of the Age of the Universe

According to Einstein, when objects approach very near the speed of light (one of the boundary conditions of the universe) the passage of time will slow, among other bizarre effects.

The universally accepted theory (proven by atomic clocks) is that if you had two identical twins, and one climbed into a very fast space ship . . . → Read More: The Quantum Buddha’s Blog: Einstein’s Estimation of the Age of the Universe