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Thread: About how fast does the earth have to travel, relative to the observer, so that 1 day passing to the observer views the earth to have passed 12-15billion years?

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    About how fast does the earth have to travel, relative to the observer, so that 7 days that has passed, to the observer, would view the earth to have passed about 12-15billion years?


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    too fast


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    you do the math:
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    you would imagine the observer would find it hard to see the earth
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    hey v=speedofearth, c=speedoflight, whats t1, t?
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    0.999999999999999999999998722920706407289255853713 6609 to 0.999999999999999999999999182669252100665123746376 9308 times the speed of light. So very, very, very, very close to the speed of light.
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    t' = 12 billion years
    t = 7 days

    So, off the top of my head, I think that means:




    (which is close to what beefpatty posted)
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    In other words, the planet would be utterly destroyed to bits
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    t' = 12 billion years
    did you take into consideration leap years and those days we lost when the calendars changed?
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