2007-Apr-05, 01:26 AM
OK, it's only been 31 years since I thought about this stuff. Recently started listening to the podcast. Towards the end of the podcast on Relativity, conservation of momentum was discussed. As an object approaches "c", time slows, and the mass becomes infinite. So if p=mv and v=d/t, therefore p=md/t. It's the t thing I don't understand. As time slows does t get smaller or bigger, shorter or longer?