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Way Incorrect. Proper Past/present/future Is ABSOLUTE.

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Posted by Alexander on November 2, 2001 20:11:28 UTC

You do not understand how SR and GR works. Proper time does NOT depend on your state of motion, nor on gravity, acceleration, etc.

Therefore, there is NO slowing down or acceleration of it (not to say mixing past, future and present as you incorrectly stated).

And what do you mean by motion with speed c through time? I have never heard of that (except from popular literature, of course). Can you write an equation-two illustrating "speed of motion through time"

If you knowledge of SR and GR comes from popular literature and "Star trek" show, then you do not have to respond - I respect freedom of opinions and do not want to interfere with yours.

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