Could the speed our Milky Way galaxy travels create our components of Time?
- daniel gLv 75 months agoFavorite Answer
It wouldn't create time, but we are relative, so no shifting if that is your notion.
Not fast enough anyway for significance.
- Adullah MLv 75 months ago
Time being created from energy , mass and space melted together to be time dimension, in such a way that, they can not exist with out one another. That is why energy can not be created or destroyed by human being.
- Campbell HaydenLv 75 months ago
The answer to your question, is "no".
Time is far too malleable to be constant.
Having given it the status of being a dimension,
and then attempting to guesstimate its speed relative to
the speed of the Milky Way Galaxy, would lead to nothing but errors.
- goringLv 65 months ago
time is absolute.we are using a little bit at one Time and it varies from galaxy to another
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- AthenaLv 75 months ago
No, time is independent of our galaxy's movement, however it does determine how fast time passes for us.
- TomLv 75 months ago
You can think of time as a constant INHERENT MOVEMENT in all matter in the DIRECTION of the 4th dimension. ---at a speed of (sqrt c)/2 the only real, absolute motion. All other motion in our 3D POV is relative, based on the different vector angles between particles of THIS motion.. c is the fastest relative speed at 90 degrees, BTW, the speed of light.
- Ronald 7Lv 75 months ago
250 Billion years for one revolution ?
I don't really think so
Try jumping into a Black HoleSource(s): Messier 87 looks nice
- AcetekLv 45 months ago
- 5 months ago
Nah. We don't travel fast enough for relativistic effects to take place.
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