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Time passes faster at higher altitudes?

Is it true that time passes faster at higher altitudes?

The answer is: yes.

Explanation : Time passes faster the further you are from the earth's surface compared to the time near the earth's surface. Thus, we could say that time passes faster at the top of a building than in the lower area. This effect is known as "gravitational time dilation ."

As the physicist Albert Einstein predicted, at higher altitudes, gravity exerts less influence and, therefore, time passes more quickly. It is a consequence of Einstein's theory of relativity.

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