hello! 1st year college physics student here. has anyone thought of the effects of time on particles traveling 99.999999% C in a synchrotron? for as it has been explained to me, when something approaches the speed of light, time for the particle slows incredibly (but of course to the particle, time appears normal). in addition, i also understand that things traveling so fast, actually contract slightly relative to the observer. these are a few of the effects of traveling so fast, but is there any documentation on the effects of time on particles?