- Dec 2015
Time is continued progress of existence and if time moves then what is the speed(velocity) of time ?:dance:
Yes...An occurrence is different over time (clock) in relation to her changing component.
But then what about static things? Do they not exist? Can we be absolutely certain that the things we observe that do change exist? :spin:In the aspect of time (General Time) occurrence means existence.
No... you'll always see your own clock tick at the same rate, but if you observe somebody accelerate to some velocity v higher than yours, then you'll observe their clock ticking slower than yours. The important thing is acceleration, which is what really impacts the clock to make it tick differently.Time (General Time) affects time (clock) each time (clock) equally.
If you mean "our everyday common experience of time is that it is an absolute constant equal for everybody", then yes, that concept is not what is observed in relativity experiments. Time is not absolute and not constant.Our concept, perception of time (we see) is wrong.
Any idea ?:showoff:
I don't believe this is true.The important thing is acceleration, which is what really impacts the clock to make it tick differently.
Actually, you're right. I didn't realize there were resolutions to the twin-paradox that didn't require acceleration. My bad.I don't believe this is true.
If you have a clock and an observer moving at constant non-zero relative velocity with respect to one another the observer will see that clock running slower than if they had zero relative velocity.
Acceleration doesn't enter into it at all.