In the world of macroparticles is it possible that time goes slower?


Answer from: Vladislav Noskov:
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The world of macroparticles is the familiar world around us, the world of macroobjects. This is what you mean?
Well. You shouldn't use phrases like "Time flows slower.". That would confuse you. Better - the rate of the clock may be different. This rate depends on where the clock is located and how it moves.
For example, the clock at the top of the Ostanski Tower runs faster than the clock at its foot. The clock in the centrifuge of a washing machine goes slower than the clock next to the machine.


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