How do you calculate time dilation in a gravitational field. I already know SR time dilation equations, t=t*sqr(1-v^2/c^2), I have even designed a software in VB to calculate it. But I do not know how to calculate time dilation in General Relativity. Can someone please tell me? Im trying to work GR into one of my theories.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

According to my software, if you travel at a speed of 55 MPH for 1 hour, you will have traveled 0.0119904086659517 nanoseconds into the future , hehe. And if it is at all off, blame google.

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# How do you calculate time dilation in a gravitational field

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