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Does Time Go Slower on Earth Than in Space?--Consider the Following With Bill Nye

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Does Time Go Slower on Earth Than in Space? Bill Nye says yes! And the reason is all relative, or rather, relativity. Take a minute or two to watch his timely demonstration.

Comments:

Bernhard Britz: 01/23/2014 04:56 CST

Thats really crazy. It means that travelling in space will make grow older. So lets go there.

E. Charles Wright: 02/26/2014 11:22 CST

So how slow can time get in a black hole?

gavin dewitt: 06/15/2014 02:34 CDT

can u add more bill ni videos

TahirGorgen: 10/04/2016 12:03 CDT

I founded the answer back in march 2014 and explained it many times, but physic/this is verry diffucult to understand, even with a proper explanation.. It's the 4the dimension. Time in space is for us the experience of moment that passes. Due to our brain (this was the only example of quantumgic in physic. Quantumlogic I experenced and it means: stuf our brain doesn t understand or be aware) , in slowmotion. The creator/ingenieur of our mind/brain experiences real time(AND space) /speed. Speed is also time related, so we also experience speed in slowmotion. The why, also neuroscience: due to our place inside our atmosphere and our brain. No need to be hyper. Our brain uses energy to. I m also high graded in physics and more. Explained Gravity of earth/ sun (spinns at high (see time IN space) and pulls all. Coriolis, climate etc etc for the first, because it had to be shared.)

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