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A being living on a neutron star, at a temperature of millions of degrees would not see Earth at all - it would be shrouded in an impenetrable blackness at almost absolute zero. - The time dilation on the surface of a neutron star would be considerable.- But creatures living there would not be made of proteins, so a comparison of perceived time is meaningless.- Due to the extreme energies floating around at these temperatures, any life processes might proceed at a prodigious rate.Physicist* Robert Forward wrote a science fiction novel speculating on the possibility of life on a neutron star: ...sorry, you cannot view external links. To see them, please
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they might see us as entities moving at such a rate, that we would be a almost impossible to observe, flashing blurs of activity?