Everything has relativistic time. Not just travelling. But aging. Two apples at two different states of decay for example.

What I mean is how Time is conceived in Science at present.

Time was measured against the stars up through the 1950s.
Then they translated that Time system into cesium atoms and let the cesium atoms keep track of time ever since.

There’s a discrepancy between that system and the astronomical system.. and we’re always having to go around resetting clocks and such.

But.. we act “as if” Time is a fixed, tick-tock thing. Equally spaced intervals… discrete time ‘blips’. We act ‘as if’ that is real. But it’s not.

Ok, it’s possible to say “inconsequential”. But to me, it’s sloppy for most scientists to let it slide by unnoticed, leaving it to theoretical physics only.

“Not our dept”.

But it is.

i don’t think our technology is mature enough for calculating relativistic time but until we are, all of our measurements regarding time will ultimately be fictions that RESEMBLE reality but aren’t as accurate as they could be and really, aren’t accurate at all for a number of other reasons.

Everything has relativistic time. Not just travelling. But aging. Two apples at two different states of decay for example.

We have to gloss over that at present, but at some point in the future, there are other aspects of time that will need to be addressed not in separate fields of study but in any field of study that is attempting to ascertain an objective view of reality.

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