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No, Proper Time Newer Slows/accelerate.

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Posted by Alexander on March 30, 2001 18:27:30 UTC

It is apparent time (somebody's clocks you see across the street) just "appear" to you different.

Consider two observers passing by each other with a speed c. One "sees" clocks of the other "stop" and vice versa. So who's "time" stops?

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