Relativeness of Time?

xebec (
Wed, 28 Oct 1998 22:44:04 -0500


If the general theory of relativity states that "the faster you go" [and approach the speed
of light], the slower time will "be for you" "relative" to everything else...?

Then if everything on the quantum level travels at near the speed of light, why would a
complete object vs. single quantum particles change "time" as it increases speed ?... If the quantum
particles that make everything up are already traveling at nearly the same speed, then why would time
change if any of them take a general direction?