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    Hello everyone, I'd like to hear your input on this-<br>Could Lorentz Time Dilation be used in an engineering sense to accomplish things like near-infinite computing power?<br>www. cosmoscranium.com/2013/05/theoretical-applications-of-lorentz-time-dilation/


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    Quote Originally Posted by CosmosCranium View Post
    Hello everyone, I'd like to hear your input on this-<br>Could Lorentz Time Dilation be used in an engineering sense to accomplish things like near-infinite computing power?<br>www. cosmoscranium.com/2013/05/theoretical-applications-of-lorentz-time-dilation/
    Not the way you are describing it on your website. You can't use time dilation but you could use the difference in elapsed proper time, as in the "twins paradox" via a re-enactment of an experiment in the Hafele-Keating experiment. You would need much higher speeds, though.


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    How close to infinite are we talking here?

    Sometimes it is better not knowing than having an answer that may be wrong.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dlomidze View Post
    Hello to everyone. My theory is very simple and explains everything. All our univers is made from very small amount or even one partical which Is vibrating from one place to another to show us all what we see. That partical is not effected by time. That's mean that all of us created from the same partical.Waiting for replays.Sorry for my bed English.
    You've now posted this in three different threads. It's dangerously close to spamming, not to mention being very stupid.
    Its the way nature is!
    If you dont like it, go somewhere else....
    To another universe, where the rules are simpler
    Philosophically more pleasing, more psychologically easy
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