narnug wrote:Thanks for the reply Fuqin.
You have a valid point.
How ever if you look at the graph this is something more then 50/50 in my opinion.
For example you have recessions on each side of the year 2000 and exactly then the cosmic ray's measure a "W". They did not go straight up (the rays) They took a dive again with the recession right after 2000.
I can not write that as a coincidence. That is just me and my opinion. This is just too precise.
Maybe using energy is what effects time and space. Not speed.
If relativity is using energy but not speed then the "actions" of the star cause time to stop in that "area" of space.
I am trying to describe that to me it seems very reasonable that all has its own time. There is no shared time. But there is a time of reference for all there is. To be able to move you need to move according to something else that is using energy to create time for "it self".
The solar system has its time, we count that as our's. Earth has its own time within that time. I have my own time within earths time. My heart has its own time within my time. An atom that makes up my heart has its own time within my heart.
f we use more energy here on Earth (which we have been doing as a collective) Earths time slows down but Earth is still a part of a larger time/sequence which is using energy and has its own time, the solar system. If Earths time slows down within that time a result of that would be more solar activity experienced.
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