If we lived on exo Planet Tee Garden. Would we age much faster and skin cells deteriorate much quicker?
I heard that the planet just takes 5 days to complete its rounds on a star. I felt that one can have a year be done quickly by that fact. So if humans lived on Tee Garden B would it mean humans will die much faster in its cycle of old age?
- 2 months agoFavourite answer
So, living on a world of unknown composition, unknown surface conditions in an orbit of unknown stability around a star that emits mainly in the infra-red. If that is your fantasy, you would have to be an optimist.
The timeframe of biochemical activity in mammalian cells has nothing to do with how many days it takes to circumnavigate a star. You would age at the same rate as you do now, unless the toxic rarefied atmosphere, radiation, and lack of supplies get you first.
- Anonymous2 months ago
yes, because the star would have a lot more mass than our sun and Tee Garden would be a lot closer to it than earth is to the sun
- ?Lv 72 months ago
No. That's NOT how gravity and time dilation in genera relativity..tge greater the mass of ANY planet, including fictional imaginary ones or real ones with made up names, the greater the acceleration of gravity and the SLOWER time runs and the slower humans age. It is irrelevant how fast the planet revolt es around the star.
The mass of the star is NOT irrelevant. Time dilation due to general relativity means the rate of radioactive decay and how fast or slow clocks tick vary with a planet's distance from the star. That DOES affect how fast human and everything else age.
Note that I said nothing about special relativity.
- Ronald 7Lv 72 months ago
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Even Black Holes can not have an effect on time in the real sense
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- Anonymous2 months ago
The time it takes a planet to orbit its sun has nothing to do with how we age. We use the "year" on Earth as a way to measure how long someone has been on Earth.
On a planet that takes 5 Earth days to orbit its sun, we would still age at the same rate as we do on Earth.
If we evolved on that planet, we might use the 5-Earth-day year as a measure of time, but that still doesn't control aging.