Science and not investing part 2
My tin foil hat seems to invoke more questions than answers.
My initial post was here.
An unanswered question so far is "If my ship is a giant orb spinning at near the speed of light but not moving in any direction, would it still slow time?"
If this is the case, suppose I could isolate myself from the spinning of the ship, like being suspended on a magnetically elevated platform in the center. Would I still experience slower time?
Now some new questions...
Suppose I decide that my method of slowing time is to orbit a massive object at a speed near the speed of light. If someone was observing from the massive object, my mass would appear to increase. Now if my mass increases relative to that massive object, then wouldn't gravity pull me out of orbit?
Now , what if I'm an observer that is very close to the time traveler. Does time travel leave a wake? That time traveler is distorting space and time, but how much? Can I feel an effect if I'm very close, like when I'm close to a massive object? What if I'm in between 2 time travelers passing by on either side at the exact same time? What if the are passing by in opposite directions? What if there are lines of time travelers passing by seconds apart?
What if I'm in a ship travelling behind a time traveler? In front? If I'm standing on a huge magnet, does it effect the time traveler the same way as it effects slower ships travelling by in the same path?
If I'm on a huge ship and I'm travelling at near the speed of light and my mass increases relative to you, does my gravity have a greater pull on you?
I've got about 10,000 more questions, but this is enough for now.