Are they the same?
I hate to get picky here,but I feel it is germane to the discussion.Time is (originally, i.e. from nature) the sequence of events. This is a fundamental understanding for which I do not see any further possible mental reflexion.
I would argue that time is dilated, because time is that measurement, and if you try to take that measurement to another location. You will get a skewed result, for no two paired events (constrained motion) can be the same.Time is not dilated but its measurement is.
I would prefer to say that the measurement of time is changed, not the time itself, for the following reason:I would argue that time is dilated, because time is that measurement, .... [/B]