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Originally Posted by diggiddi View Post

Yes but none of us are travelling anywhere close to the speed of light nor do we live in black holes so.....

The effects are pronounced enough that GPS satellites (one practical application of atomic clocks) actually have to account for these factors otherwise they could be roughly a mile inaccurate.
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Originally Posted by Bytales View Post

You got i \t all wrong dude. Nobody told me anything !
And youre suppose to be one of those who thinks his race is the only one in the whole universe ?

I could explain you how the manage to travel 400 light years in 7 hours if you are interested, but i suppose you would dismissied my explication just as easily so i wont bother, unless someone else is interested, that is.

"Thats some info provided for us from "our brothers in the skyes"

If you're going to troll, at least be consistent. Explain this inexplical mode of travel. Go right ahead.
    
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