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uperkurk
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If time itself slows down near the speed of light, why don't they prove this by sending a particle which decays over a short period of time around the LHC and see if it decays at the same rate as a particle not moving around the LHC?
Would this not prove that time really does slow down and things "age slower" when moving at near the speed of light?
Would this not prove that time really does slow down and things "age slower" when moving at near the speed of light?