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The Time at the Level of a High Speed Moving Object

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I think that far-away travels into Space are possible in the way that it is possible to find again people on our Earth, after the return of a very long travel into Space, not aged, like the people who have traveled inside the spacecraft. Current physics does not allow this and I have developed the following Theory which would thus complement the current Theory of General Relativity when we go to the limits of the reasoning. Current Theories like General Relativity or Quantum Mechanics are not impacted when the reasoning is not pushed to the limits. My reasoning at the limits just complements current Theories when the parameters take extreme values and thus the logic of current physics is respected.
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  • Department of Electro-Mechanical Engineering, Graduate School of Science and Engineering, ENSAM, Paris, France
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