I am a highschool student interested in cosmology and gr, qm, and mtheory. I find it fascinating to think about the origins of the universe. I need clarification on a 'simple' aspect of the gr theory.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

*Time is warped and slowed down (relative to another location) around greater masses

*As objects approach the speed of light, their massess increase, therefore slowing down their 'time'

*If an object is moving at the speed of light, it has a much slower time when compared to something moving at a lesser velocity, in fact, it would appear to the stationary observer that the object moving at lightspeed is not aging at all.

Please correct me if I am wrong.

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# Highschool student interested in cosmology

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