Relativity and Cosmology

   

Time Dilation Machine

Authors: Alama Ekabal Ansari

Time dilation is a well-known phenomenon for special theory of relativity and general relativity theory. The present technology is not advanced enough to implement these theories practically. Time dilation is a difference of elapsed time between two events as measured by observers either moving relative to each other or differently situated from a gravitational mass. The time dilation is caused by differences in either gravity or relative speed. The time dilation is explained by working of two clocks reporting different times for different speed According to Einstein relativity (E=mc2), we know that an object with a non- zero rest mass cannot achieve the speed of light. According to relativistic theory, as the speed of the object increases, effective mass of the object also increases. The increase in effective mass makes more difficult to accelerate the object. Hence, more energy is required to increase the speed of the object. Achieving the speed of light for the object, the effective mass become almost infinite. Hence, lot of energy is required to accelerate the object with the speed of light. There is no such technology developed as on date through which speed of light can be achieved without consuming humongous energy. Therefore, there is a need to provide a system which can overcome the limitation of existing technology.

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