StringJunky

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About StringJunky

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  • Birthday 02/16/1962

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    UK
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    My bike and biking at the moment.
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    All of it
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    Chronic autodidact, perpetual student and navel gazer
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    Layabout

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  1. Hey, I can't seem to post anything new on the thread I started...I guess there's some posting restrictions on new members.

    Anyhow, what is it about clock rate that would make people age differently? Couldn't aging be independent of clock rate? I'm sure there's no proof that age follows clock rate. A clock is just a measuring device.

    So, just because relativity can be measured by a clock has little to do with aging, as far as I can tell. 

    1. StringJunky

      StringJunky

      i don't think there's a limit on post numbers. Perhaps one of the mods will post.

      Time is what clocks measure. A clock can be anything that has a rate of change, so an aging person can be a clock.

    2. Outrider

      Outrider

      Yes there is a 5 post limit for new members. It expires 24 hours after your membership began and your profile says that was 17 hours ago. So just be patient for 7 more hours.

      I must say it was clever of you to find a loophole I would never have thought of it.:)