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I am going to add a more technical note which will either leave you more confounded, or it will leave you more knowledgable about what is occurring here. When, according to the postulates of relativity, when you move in any given volume of space, your normal understanding of three-dimensional objects are thrown out the window. Objects which move below the speed of light are called ''Bradyons'' - it has been a collectively acclaimed use for particles which have velocities below the speed of light and therefore having an inertia. These slow moving particles actually move more in the space dimensions more than they spend time in the temperal artefact (and dimension) of the metric of spacetime. Only at higher speeds, speeds which are in fact significant can we consider pop-math buzzwords like time dilation and time warps. To have a significant effect on time, if indeed time is part of a classical theory, just like what relativity is, then it seems like we need to have either high speeds or high energy densities to achieve local frame dilation. There is loads of things here which can be discussed but the OP has been answered.