If an object is located at the exact center of the universe, would time pass by infinitely fast for this object? An object at the exact center of the universe would not move at all. It would be independent of inflation. Using Einstein's time dilation equations (as I understand them) basically state that the faster an object moves, the slower time passes for it. Therefore a competely stationary object should have the exact opposite properties. or no.....?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Time dilation and infinite speed

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