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Time is fluid, fluid measurement

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  1. The old bowser looks like it has seen better days!

    Didn't really get the fluidity feel from the sun-dial. Am I taking your titles to literally?

    (I am a simple man Doug!)

  2. I look for a way to tie dissimilar things together, Lerm. Have you never heard that time moves fluidly? Maybe it's a figment of my imagination :-)

  3. Anonymous8:29 a.m.

    The clock shot is excellent. Time does move fluidly and a later faster than I had hoped it would!!

  4. If we could move at half the speed of light time would last twice as long :-;)

  5. Wow, what a cool sun-dial. I would like to have one of those.

    Well as for time lasting twice as long while moving at half the speed of light, that is only true for those who are outside of your reference frame. Inside your reference frame, time will appear to pass normally.

    When you stop moving that fast, aligning your reference frame with everybody else, you will notice the time difference.

    I have had many discussions about this with my nuclear trained buddies after having consumed large quantities of mind expanding substances. LOL.

    So that means that I don't know what I'm talking about. LOL.

  6. Yeah, I know :-) If I travelled at light speed to the nearest star, stayed a week and came back, I would have had a nice week long adventure. Everyone I left behind would be eight years older.


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