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Posted by Rich on November 18, 2000 00:22:13 UTC

Here is the question.

Why, when something travels close to the speed of light, does time "slow" down relative to that which surrounds the person?

Now I know the relativistic equations that give you the numbers. My question is why. Lets make with the chewing of fats.

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