Asked by: Reece Shanks, age 9, Scotland
No, because you have no way of ‘feeling’ the passage of time.
It is true that large gravitational forces (such as when you approach a black hole) slow down time, but you can only be aware of this by comparing your experiences with someone far away from the black hole. You will see a distant friend ‘sped up’ rather than feel yourself ‘slowed down’. They will see you ‘slowed down’ rather than feel themselves ‘sped up’.
The closer you approach the black hole’s ‘event horizon’ the more sped up you see your friend. But for you, time would ‘feel’ just as it does to you right now.
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