Earth moves with ~ 1,3Miokm / h in space, the time would pass more quickly if we had 0kmh?

Good day,

So first summarizes how to get to the ground speed.

1670 km / h revolution speed of the earth

107,208 km / h speed of the earth around the sun

1.008 million km / h speed unserers solar system around the center of

Milky Way

70,920 km / h speed of our Sun towards the solar apex

136,800 km / h speed of the Milky Way in the local group

2.268 million km / h speed of the local group in the supercluster

Overall velocity of the Earth in space: 1.332 million km / h (Considering the different directions in which the speeds are traveling).

Now we have our sense of time told on Earth that it is "normal time", according to Albert Einstein's theory that time on a moving clock goes slower, which has indeed proved thus the time passes here also much slower, if we are now suppose we had no movement so to speak - 370 km / s (-1.332 million km / h) would the time pass more quickly?

So of course, not much faster because the speed is only 0.123% of the speed of light is but still.

My second question resulting from the fact there there ever a point where no movement is completely available? As gravity finally exists everywhere, and still light years between 2 galaxies is present, one can therefore also not so really determine whether and how one is subjected to gravitational effects. And in space also can not really tell if it is in motion, because, strictly speaking, the people on the Ramstation are not weightless, they simply fall just as fast to the earth as the space station, so it appears as that they were weightless.

Am looking forward to answers ^^

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It's very simple: speed only has meaning in a reference system. There is no "rest" or "movement" per se, but only with respect to an observer.

If the reference system is the earth, it does not move, but the universe around them. Do you take as a reference the center of our galaxy lies precisely the and everything moves around him. Etc.

What have you taken as a reference system ??? You ask with a little, there is an absolute. Is there not, however, all are equivalent.

But if one has since agreed on a reference system, one can calculate with the special theory of relativity, as the time for two different (!) Observer behaves themselves. Again, your question is somewhat meaningless. The time never goes faster or slower in itself but only in relation to another observer, whom you have not defined. There is also no absolute time. Stop is relatively :-)

From a purely theoretical and superficial you're right, apart from the fact whether your calculation is right where I'm really too lazy to time as expected after. Since the universe is expanding and there is a multiverse, and since no one knows what outside which exists, if at all, no one can tell whether there is a point with 0 motion.

You put here ask the scientists will probably look for centuries no response ... (and at 6am).

Thus the time passes will also significantly slower

Unfortunately, no. Moving clocks go slower RELATIVE to clocks at rest.

Speed ​​= 0 is the same as speed = constant.

You should therefore apply here. RELATIVE to the center of our galaxy, for example.

And also because ... our time is always running normally. We could observe the highest that other faster or slower moving than we.

an error has your speed interruption-: view from which point you measure this fantastic speed of the earth?

get busy times with the theory of relativity of Einstein. Admittedly, it is your approach in this direction, but it is not worth theorizing about, because every respect is missing. without the mass of the universe there is no gravity, only if there is no mass, there is no movement and the time stands still in the literal, word.

one can therefore detect only at different speeds time when moving two bodies with different speeds, even if the move supposedly dormant within the universe yet.

Date: 2019-10-19 Views: 0

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