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  1. #1 Human Body and Time-space 
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    Our physical bodies and how the aging process works is somehow affected by where we are in the universe. Meaning which planet in the cosmos we are located, we age accordingly to that specific planet's time. We can age in Earth's time or Mars' time just as our physical bodies are within the said planet. The physiology of our bodies will follow through what laws of physics govern that terrestrial body. So to speak, we can age 45 minutes in one planet but at the same time we can age 9 years on that same amount of time on another planet. Time and speed could be the differentiating factor but we don't sense or feel it when it happens. Our bodily mechanisms basically will adapt to wherever we are in the universe given it is a place where life can be sustained at all. I don't really know where these thoughts of mine will take me. Will it bring forth some conclusion or solution to a problem modern scientists are facing. I absolutely don't know but what I do know is that these conjectures of mine is somehow plausible and in a way has yet to be proven. Einstein's laws of relativity will play a major role here in trying to decipher the relation of the time-space continuum in regards to the physiological functions of our human bodies. This just blew me away. I may be right or wrong. I may just be overimagining stuff or I may just have a very hyperactive imagination but isn't that what Einstein actually surmised and questioned about the universe and the ever-enigmatic nature of light coming from the other planets? Only time will tell. I'm just jotting this down in case I may forget this amazing thought that just crossed my mind. It may not be revolutionary but it's worth something to ponder on really.


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    Quote Originally Posted by VioletteLx234 View Post
    Our physical bodies and how the aging process works is somehow affected by where we are in the universe. Meaning which planet in the cosmos we are located, we age accordingly to that specific planet's time.
    It depends on what you mean by "ageing".
    Yes we'd (very likely) count our age by the year of any given planet, but we wouldn't physically age at a different rate.
    The physiology of our bodies will follow through what laws of physics govern that terrestrial body.
    So far as we know the laws of physics are consistent throughout the universe, they certainly don't vary from planet to planet.
    So to speak, we can age 45 minutes in one planet but at the same time we can age 9 years on that same amount of time on another planet.
    No.
    Our bodily mechanisms basically will adapt to wherever we are in the universe given it is a place where life can be sustained at all.
    Not with regard to ageing they won't.
    but what I do know is that these conjectures of mine is somehow plausible
    No.
    Einstein's laws of relativity will play a major role here in trying to decipher the relation of the time-space continuum in regards to the physiological functions of our human bodies.
    How so?
    I may be right or wrong.
    You're wrong.
    isn't that what Einstein actually surmised and questioned
    No.
    Only time will tell.
    We already know.


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