If you were traveling away from Earth at speed 0.5c, would you notice a change in your heartbeat? Would your mass, height, or waistline chan

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If you were traveling away from Earth at speed 0.5c, would you notice a change in your heartbeat? Would your mass, height, or waistline change? What would observers on Earth using telescopes say about you?

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Latifah 2 months 2021-07-28T01:54:52+00:00 1 Answers 1 views 0

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    2021-07-28T01:56:06+00:00

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    If you were traveling away from earth at speed 0.5c, you wouldn’t notice any change in your heartbeat, you won’t notice your mass, height and waistline change. This is because you are on the same frame of reference as the ship in spacetime and any measurement done from the ship will give normal readings from an observer on the ship.

    For an observer on earth, your heartbeat will be seen to slowdown (because your time on the ship will be perceived to slow down to an

    observer on earth). Also, your mass will be seen to increase, you height will also be seen to increase, and your waistline will be seen to decrease when viewed from earth.

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