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RE: Re: Realitivity Space-time Implications

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Posted by High School Science Report on September 20, 2000 22:05:50 UTC


My Dad said I could finally ask a question on a web site. Here it is, we are writing reports on the Scientific Method and the question asked is;

Is time constant? My group has some math skills and enjoy science.

We are looking for information that indicates how time varies as conditions change with gravity or on a person.

In the big bang, time and matter is expanding.

If we are half way in the universe and in the distance time has already happened is it true that for events after the birth of our galaxy is younger than our current time or is it in our future?

Thanks for everyone`s help. Please send any help to me at

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