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that's where you are wrong, time isn't just a measurement, its a dimension, the fabric of time can be warped and bent depending on the mass and speed of an object. an austronaut that spends a total of 365 days on the international space station (which travels around 17,500mph) is actually 0.007 seconds younger. its been proven these people are already time travelers, It may not be much, but they traveled 0.007 seconds into the future, they did not experience that amount of time, again another example of time dilation. if its an issue of measurement, then why do we have the same exact clock on earth, and the same exact clock in space, calibrated at the same time, yet one is always faster, and the other is always slower. if it were in fact a measurement problem then the clock on earth would appear to be slow sometimes too, but that's never the case, time measure here on earth is always faster than time measured in orbit.

**HK_47**that's where you are wrong, time isn't just a measurement, its a dimension, the fabric of time can be warped and bent depending on the mass and speed of an object. an austronaut that spends a total of 365 days on the international space station (which travels around 17,500mph) is actually 0.007 seconds younger. its been proven these people are already time travelers, It may not be much, but they traveled 0.007 seconds into the future, they did not experience that amount of time, again another example of time dilation. if its an issue of measurement, then why do we have the same exact clock on earth, and the same exact clock in space, calibrated at the same time, yet one is always faster, and the other is always slower. if it were in fact a measurement problem then the clock on earth would appear to be slow sometimes too, but that's never the case, time measure here on earth is always faster than time measured in orbit.

This is interesting, i would like to see proof.

And again how do we know that our tools aren't compromised or not compatible with space's atmosphere.

Them two points are very valid and you cannot say that they are not.