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Jonnyb42
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Dec28-09, 06:53 PM
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yeah I thought of that too, but I thought that those relativistic affects are just based on the velocities, not accelerations. Is there more to this paradox than I know? That it is actually acceleration that dilates time and not simply going a high velocity will slow down your time? The lorentz factor does not include an acceleration term in it, only the speed of light constant and the velocity.