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1056050 No.1056050 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

Never studied relativity >.<

Just need to know - as you get colder, does time slow down or speed up for you?

Pic always related - it's every other fucking thread on /sci/

>> No.1056056

>as you get colder

The fuck?

>> No.1056058

>>1056056
As you lose heat*

>> No.1056061

Neither. Quantum atomic motion isn't generally covered in Relativity. Time slows or resumes in relation to your speed to other objects on a large scale.

>> No.1056062

wat

>> No.1056085

>>1056061
So the kinetic energy of the particles in your brain don't effect your perceived passage of time?

>> No.1056129

>>1056085

The kinetic particles in your brain are not brains, themselves. They transfer the information without letting you know their experience in doing so.

The particles are affected, however, their role is unchanged.

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