Black holes may be the key to time travel and make ‘billions of years pass in minutes’

When the spaceship reaches light speed, time is separately relative to both the clock on Earth and in the space ship.

As the speed of light is constant for both parties, it would seem as if time would be moving much slower on the rocket.

Hypothetically, as one gets closer to the black hole, time would appear to be travelling normally but for observers on the outside, thousands of years would have passed.

Atharva Palshetkar of the CTES College, Mumbai, India, said on Q+SA website Quora: “Being this close to a black hole, time affects the spaceship and it gets slower and slower as it gets near a black hole.

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