ANSWERS: 2
  • True. 13-billion-year-old photons from the cosmic static do not decay, though they may lose energy. If we to able capture a coherent "snapshot" in time, it would still look as it did when it existed.
  • True. Time dilates as particles approach light speed. At light speed, the particle is frozen in time.

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