Okay, this is my first post, and I'll have you know that I'm just an amateur. So, I'm not going to get into any complicated mathematics. So basically, is time relative to position? Hypothesis: Yes, it is. Reason: Well, here's a dumbed down version. The earth's rotation around the sun is what makes the man-made "time". If you were to run around the earth really fast, you would not be going forward in time, but not in the traditional sense. If you were to do what was previously stated, at some point, you would end up on a different day, but then get younger once you end up at the point you started. Minutephysics said "If you were to run around the block, you would be a 0.000000000000003 seconds younger than your friend, who stayed at home." At first, I didn't get it. Then, I realized it was simple wordplay. If you walked around the block, you would be travelling in time, but only by a small fraction of a second, because a block isn't that big of a distance. Then, going back to the house, you would be retracing those 0.000000000000003 seconds, and getting younger.