posted on Apr, 28 2005 @ 08:19 PM
An interesting study, if possible at all, would be to determine if people who have suffered from lost time seem to have aged at a different rate
during that time. I don't know exactly how it could be measured; there obviously isn't much physical change (ie wrinkles, gray hair, etc.) or else
it would have been reported, and the lost time rarely seems to be long enough to have much a difference on projected lifespan. I doubt someone dying
of old age two hours earlier would be something one could measure.