Since relative velocity time dilation is due to an increase in velocity, with a person moving faster moves through time slower than those on earth, does it follow that it's possible to move slower than the earth and therefore move through time faster than them? Because the earth is moving through space at incredible speeds, is it possible to slow down relative to the earth? I assume this wouldn't work because in this scenario, the earth is standing still with no motion. That said, both make sense to me in a non mathematical and ignorant logic. I don't want to get into the possible, but absurd, scenarios like the earth being closer to a black hole, etc. Just purely velocity based time dilation. Thanks a bunch.