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The body is a bunch of chemical reactions. The simplified question is therefore: will hydrochloric acid react with sodium hydroxide when mixed in a test tube travelling at the speed of light, or will the mixture remain as two different liquids?
Thank you. Is there proof that chemical reactions will slow down at increasing speed of motion? If so, then aging (a bunch of chemical reactions) will slow down.