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  • This special technology also happens to negate all time-dilation effects associated with that speeds.

    Realistic Space Exploration

  • This special technology also happens to negate all time-dilation effects associated with that speeds.

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • This month I was mostly working on a time-dilation story.

    March Statistics

  • […] While time-dilation (which would allow years to pass from the point of view of an observer on Earth, while minutes or seconds pass on-board a ship traveling close to light speed) is sometimes proposed as a way to get around the life-span issue, getting close enough to light […]

    Eureka and Special Relativity: If Carter Can Do It, So Can You!

  • While time-dilation (which would allow years to pass from the point of view of an observer on Earth, while minutes or seconds pass on-board a ship traveling close to light speed) is sometimes proposed as a way to get around the life-span issue, getting close enough to light speed to produce a significant effect requires huge amounts of energy.

    Stargate Atlantis: Colonizing The Galaxy

  • When a person's life is in danger, a phenomenon known as 'time-dilation' can occur.

    Boing Boing: May 14, 2006 - May 20, 2006 Archives

  • The point of hard science fiction is to make a rational extrapolation from known scientific principles (such as the time-dilation paradox of relativity) and work it into a good story that has all the elements of good story-telling (Heinlein's TIME FOR THE STARS and also LeGuin's LEFT HAND OF DARKNESS tell what it would be like to stay young at near light speed while your family ages back home, for instance).

    Fantasy World-Building

  • When a person's life is in danger, a phenomenon known as 'time-dilation' can occur.

    The Speculist: May 2006 Archives

  • When a person's life is in danger, a phenomenon known as 'time-dilation' can occur.

    The Speculist: Phil's on Vacation #7

  • When a person's life is in danger, a phenomenon known as 'time-dilation' can occur.

    Mind Hacks: May 2006 Archives

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