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Love your answer very much! So, we need to live close to a black hole to slow the time! OK Not too close, of course, but how close is not too close? To be permanent at great velocity wouldn't work with me - I would be too heavy at the end...see below
Science and Bible aren't necessary contradictory. Why? Bible says nothig about HOW the the universe was actually developed (created?). There stands something about 7 days-but how long was and what is a DAY in this context? Do you know the answer?
As below- "Time is measured in days, months, years, hours, minutes, seconds and even fractions of a second." It is measured by movement of the Universe. The "7days" in the Bible...commented in the bible: a day is as a thousand yrs and a yr as a K ds
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Dghbrh, thank you for interesting answer :-)
Yes, we never have enough of it :-)
Although we never have enough of it, we nowhere can buy it!
What would you say when we could buy time?
Interesting, what you've said about animals.
Thank you for your very good answer.
Jantamaya... your question is ONLY philisophical in nature as ONLY GOD knows the answer! None of the respondants here are God. I wish you luck in your search for a better life!
I think the equations of relativity are associated with velocity within space, not velocity of space; therefore, no contradiction. I believe the energy required by God to stretch space is manifested by dark energy. I'm running out of space. I'll con
Caleb, maybe time = space (is it impossible?)
Yes. I believe it is possible that time=space. Very interesting thought.
Yes! I know and like Eckard. :-)