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Is there a part of the universe where time doesn’t exist ?
- nineteenthlyLv 72 months agoFavorite Answer
At the centre of black holes.
- scott bLv 72 months ago
Yes. At my ex's parent's house.
- 2 months ago
As others have pointed out, on or in black holes, time can be slowed, even stopped, possibly even move *backward* according to one theory, but even if it's not moving - time is still a component of 'space/time'. In our universe, the location of anything requires 4 dimensions - where it is in space, and *when* it is in space - even if that space is at the center of a black hole.
- ?Lv 62 months ago
Yes. Amongst those who still believe in the idea of manned spaceflight. They are unaware that technology has advanced far beyond the need for a pudgy, fragile little human to go up into space, and we now have robotics to do the job. Time has stood still for them, and they are still living in 1969.
- ANDYLv 52 months ago
As long as there are changes occurring in matter, "time" will will always be there. And as far as we can see, matter is everywhere and is in continuous change. Here are a few examples: Stars end their lives, atoms decay, outer space is full of particles (there is no such thing as complete vacuum) that when they collide, energy is produced. So as you can see, there is always a change going on in the universe. Therefore "time" is everywhere.
- CarolOklaLv 72 months ago
At the event horizons of black holes. Time becomes both 0 or undefined and eternal.