Well, you all know that it is most probably true that one of your legs has moved more than the other, and the other less. I am not saying there is really much of a difference, since you move your legs about the same for each when you walk, and they take about the same steps each per walk, but that is the key word, "About". Nothing in the Universe is perfect, so we can Probably conclude that one of your legs has moved a bit more than the other in you lifetime. So, does this mean that with The Theory of Relativity, one of your legs has gone farther into the future relative to a certain non moving point relative to Earth than the other has? If so, it may only be to the trillionths of the trillionth of a second, but still, that means maybe your leg will know to do something quicker in its time than the other leg will. Or, if the effects were very extreme, maybe one leg will appear not exactly on your body, or appear to move slower than you intended it to, but that would be strange, and maybe create a pardox of some sort because it is moving at a slower rate than you wanted it to, or faster, because your time dilates when it is moving. Actually, to rephrase that, it will move at a different time than you wanted it to, however you are moving just fine. If that is true, what will you see in the place of your leg? The ground, some flesh (Probably not), or maybe a rip in space, which would be very weird. As always, thanks for reading and I would greatly appreciate any opinions from you guys.