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Posted by Rob on May 1, 2003 23:45:38 UTC

Ok I would think it is the clock in motion moves FASTER than a stationary one. Heres why. So, as the clock moves through space, the greater the velocity, the slower the rest of the universe seems. Now, if the rest of the universe were to be slowed down one way or another, except for the clock, the clock would have "more time" to record time. :].

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