Originally Posted by isuk@tennis
1. Time dilation occurs around any object with a gravitational field which disrupts the fabric of time/space.
Time dilation also occurs when the frame of reference velocity is different than the object being observed.
2. no im not studying the general theory of relativity, im on special theory of relativity.
dude, you are HOT! btw, isn't special theory 1905 stuff?
you certainly don't suk@physics. Might i ask where at you are studying ?
Isn't point 1 a way of saying that time is relative to the observer? (I was an astrophysicist in my previous birth -- have some vague recollections)