How can time be slower and faster at the same time? One of the most revolutionary concepts of 20th century is that time is not a universal measurement.
While creating my “EVENT HORIZON” I was inspired by Albert Einstein theory of general relativity.
In Einstein's theory of relativity, time dilation describes a difference of elapsed time between two events, as measured by observers that are either moving relative to each other, or differently, depending on their proximity to a gravitational mass. Basically, it states that the faster we go, the more the time is affected.
It doesn't matter how much our lives are governed by the same seconds, minutes, hours, days, etc. time will never be absolute. The rate at which it passes depends entirely on your speed and acceleration at any given moment.
Let me have your thoughts on the weirdness of time dilation