My sixteenth unearthly tale.


When Nautilus was travelling towards the Earth at a very high absolute speed, then the kivulas – these ones of which I'm built – had bigger mass than the kivulas of which is built my twin who remained on my planet.

[I'm not going to reveal to Earthlings where is my planet. At least not in this cycle of my tales.]

It was as if I were living in a denser environment. So, I lifted a bottle slower than my twin.

[Similarly, a fly, which fell into a dense soup, is doing jumping jacks slower than a fly which is doing jumping jacks on a kitchen table.]

However, when Nautilus was travelling towards the Earth at a very high absolute speed, then the risasas – those ones which surrounded the kivulas of which I'm built – were smaller. So I was smaller than my twin.

[Important note in the brackets:

It was not like I decreased in space. It was that the space, which I took up, has decreased. It's because the risasas aren't in space, they form the space.]

That's why

I was drinking the unearthly beer in the same rhythm as was my twin.

[Similarly, the fly, which is doing jumping jacks in the dense soup, would do them in the same rhythm as the fly, which is doing jumping jacks on the kitchen table, if it were smaller adequately to the slowdown of its movement.]

And that's why

I was living and aging in the same rhythm as was my twin.

[It was happening like this despite the fact that the atomic clock in my spaceship was running slower than the atomic clocks on my planet.]

[About why the atomic clock in Nautilus was running slower, you – the Earthly reader – will learn from my other unearthly tale.]

So,

when I come back to my planet, we – that's I and my twin – will both be the same age.

According to my unearthly rule:

[100% / (100% – d4)] / [100% / (100% – d4)] = always 1

[At the end of this tale, in the brackets, I'll tell you – the Earthly reader – something:

Once, when Nautilus was travelling towards the Earth, I was watching in my unearthly TV an Earthly sci-fi movie. In this movie, the future Earthly cosmonauts, who were travelling in a high-speed rocket towards the distant stars, were living and aging slower than their twins who remained on the Earth. And when this rocket came back to the Earth, the cosmonauts were younger than their twins. When I was watching this Earthly movie, while sipping unearthly beer, I had a good laugh.]


(The end of this tale.)


It was written down – with a stick on fresh cow pie – by Kaziuk von Märchendorf.

E-mail: kaziukvonmaerchendorf@gmail.com

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I – that's Kaziuk von Märchendorf – decided that I'd publish the remaining Oannes' unearthly tales only when it becomes clear that what Earthly professors of physics say at all universities:

"In Einstein's special theory of relativity, there is no such thing as 'time' in the singular. Time passes differently for different observers, depending on the observers' motion. The prime example is that of the two hypothetical twins: One of them stays at home, on Earth. The other journeys into space in an ultra-fast rocket, nearly as fast as the speed of light, before returning home. Afterwards, when the twins are reunited on Earth, the travelling twin is

markedly younger,

compared to his stay-at-home sibling." – this is fragment of text which Earthly professors of physics posted on the website http://www.einstein-online.info/spotlights/Twins.1.html

is

cosmic bullshit.

And thus, when it becomes clear that almost everything Earthly professors of physics say about the universe is

cosmic bullshit.



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