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2008-03-13 12:01:52
but it think whatever she do,, still have to end their time together..
2008-02-26 23:55:24
..........then she will boil your bunny rabbit on the stove
2008-02-26 23:24:12
Entropy? what the hell does the relativistic nature of time have to do with entropy or temperature? The speed at which a macroscopic object travels has no relationship with it's own temperature (afaik. Unless there's friction or something). Temperature is just the average kinetic energy of the molecules in an object/substance.
2008-02-26 22:14:50
She's just a kooky broad. Once she's done, she can go make me a turkey pot pie and then assume the position. BOO-YEAH!!
2008-02-26 18:20:15
Actually I lied. Entropy is cool. Physics has no innate temperature.
2008-02-26 18:19:10
Subjectively, as long as they were together, the lovers would experience life as the same amount of time, no matter their relative speed. They wouldn't experience their lives at speed sharing 'less' time together. The relative part of relativity only comes into play when the rapid travelers' lives are witnessed by persons traveling at a different velocity. As an example, if the rapid travelers returned to their home civilization after a fast enough trip, they would find that more time had passed for the slower moving folks, so that eighty years for the fast travelers might be as much as a hundred and sixty years to those that stayed behind. Physics is cool!
2008-02-26 17:46:45
I thought that she was a terrorist trying to destroy the world. Until I read the last lines.
2008-02-26 17:46:15
Bad idea. It works the opposite way: When they move at relativistic speed for a while and slow down again, the world around them will have aged more than their local spaceship-world. So, they would have *even less* time.
2008-02-26 09:26:10
So then, maybe they should board a very fast jet and fly westward so they are continually entering an earlier time zone. That would hold back both the night and the time -- at least for a day.
2008-02-26 07:25:00
Not that anyone cares, but: This is not totally correct, she may push back the dawn a litle, sure. But that wouldn't slow down the time. A better idea would be for them to move at a high velocity, that would, by the relativity theory, slow down their time in comparison to other people on the planet. The faster you move the slower "your local clock is ticking". Very unnecessary comment I know :P