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- - What is Gravity
- - What Keeps the Earth and Moon in its Place
- - Why Do the Planets Spin Like They Do
- - Objects of Different Weights
- - What Causes a Black Hole
- - Gravity Slows the Flow of Time
- - Time Waves in Summary

**Why does gravity slow time down?**

There are two observers, one on earth and one on the moon. They both have synchronized watches.

The observer on the earth has time waves leaving him that must travel through the earths compressing time waves. This resistance will slow down the observer’s time waves even though the observer will not notice this slowing.

The observer on the moon has time waves leaving him that pass through less compressing time waves. The observer’s time waves now have less resistance to flow away from him. Time for the observer at the moon will flow faster relative to the observer on the earth.

Both observers will still experience time flow at the same rate relative to each other. They both will agree that they saw light at 186,000 miles per second. They will also both agree they were apart for 1 hour. However, the observer on the earth will now have a watch that is running behind the observer from the moon.

This happens because each time wave equals one instant of time. Under the heavier gravity, less time waves can flow from the observer. Think of it as a googol amount of time waves equals one hour of time. The more pressure from gravity, the longer it takes to flow a googol amount of time waves (or for one hour to pass). No matter how fast or slow time waves move from an observer, one instant of time will always equal the flow of one time wave. This is why all observers will always experience time waves flowing at 186,000 miles per second. This causes different relativity for different observers.