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How does ripped space effects time?
« on: 12/07/2015 16:43:42 »
When there's a rip in space what happens to time? Does time ceases to exist or is it a simply a different state of time? What I mean is when gravity effects times like the black hole time stops and stop time is simply time in a different state or is it no longer time? According to Einstein time and space are connected so does it mean that if there's a rip in space there's no longer time within that rip? If we cannot measure time does it mean there's no time? Or even know that time is connected to space it could still exist without space? 


 

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