Isnt one rotation of earth a day and one revolution a year. So how does these concepts of yugas work.
We can write a paragraph about how long days last on other planets. On Mercury a day lasts 1,408 hours, and on Venus it lasts 5,832 hours. On Earth and Mars it’s very similar. Earth takes 24 hours to complete one spin, and Mars takes 25 hours.
So Yes, from a time perspective of earth timings or 24 hours and human life span one yuga sounds big.
But from perspective of Sun, and as i said in Mercury one day is 1408 hours or 58d 15h 30m as per earth.
So imagine on a average man lives of 60 years on earth. Imagine on mercury you will live for 1408×60=84480 years. A 60 year man on earth will live for 84480 years on mercury.
So Yuga is nothing compared to age of universe or entire cosmos. Infact Kaliyuga is just 432000 years as per earth time zone. On mercury its just 5 human generation of 60 years age. They will see one Yuga.
Still dint get it.
While for most people, it takes decades to really start to feel the effects of the aging process, humans stationed in space experience some of them in fast-forward. They’re often reversible once an astronaut returns home, although sometimes a few of the changes can be permanent.
A lack of gravity is the main cause for these intense alterations. Gravity is one of the most important forces at work on Earth, and it plays an immense role in the majority of our bodily systems. Take the muscles, for example. Older peoples’ muscles tend to shrink and atrophy as they age and become less mobile. Astronauts’ muscles react in a similar way because they are barely used. That’s why astronauts in space for extended periods of time use special exercise machines to help mitigate this effect.
A similar process takes place in the bones. After a certain age, people on Earth start to lose mass in their bones, typically at a rate of about 1-to-2 percent a year. But in space, those people lose bone mass at a greatly accelerated rate: as much as 1-to-2 percent a month. Because the astronauts’ skeletal systems don’t need to support their weight, the bones begin to decrease production of new bone material and increase the amount of old bone absorption. Luckily, their skeletal systems usually return to normal once they’ve spent some time back on terra firma [source: NASA].
So depending on our position and speed, time can appear to move faster or slower to us relative to others in a different part of space-time. And for astronauts on the International Space Station, that means they get to age just a tiny bit slower than people on Earth. That’s because of time-dilation effects.
Yuga is basically time zone of entire universe. Not just earth, other planets. Now you see, get it.
In fact time is nothing but Kepler’s third law, Period²=Distance³. So we are telling time from perspective of earth around the sun. It states precisely that the period of time a planet takes to go around the sun squared is proportional to the average distance from the sun cubed.
Like different time zones on different continents, there are different times around the entire Universe. So on earth one yuga is huge. Time is relative. Dot.
One of the time travel hypothesis tells you that if you could somehow travel around a black hole for some time, (say 2 hours), then something like 50 years would have passed on Earth. You would have aged only by 2 hours while the people your age on Earth would be 50 years older than you.
This is because a HUGE gravity field like a black hole slows down time but for the folks on Earth, time would have passed very quickly compared to the time that has passed around a black hole.
I know a black hole isn’t a planet but since you wanted to know how to age slower, I wrote this! Hope this helped!
But again biologically this question can be answered differently.
This question may be interpreted by saying that aging always has brought living things closer to the time when their bodily functions don’t work so well until one day their bodily functions don’t work at all even with the help of the most modern medical science. Since on all the other planets of the solar system this non working will happen almost instantly The Earth is the planet on which living beings age the slowest. The answer then lies in the ability to change into those living things on the Earth which age the slowest. If some day science allows one species to change into another then certain pine trees live 10,000 or more years, certain sharks live 1,000 or more years, certain turtles live 200 or more years. So one day maybe a human can be changed into a slow aging pine tree, a slow aging shark, or a slow aging turtle. Long before this happens humans will learn how to slow down their aging process some scientists state sometime during the 21st century so that life spans of 500 or more years will be common although the procedures will be very expensive. One of the best plans to be able to afford it is to slowly buy 1,000 acres of land at $1,000 an acre for a total investment of $100,000 and sell the acres eventually for $70,000 an acre for a total return of $7,000,000.
But truth is No. Yo will age faster.
I see many wrong answers here. The short and correct answer is:
No, actually you will age FASTER! But only compared to your family and friends and clocks left on Earth.
Explanation: I presume the planet is like Earth (mass) but just move slower.
Because off the time dilatation, the faster you move, the slower time travel.
So, because your planet move slowly than Earth, you and your time will pass faster than Earth time.
If you really want to age slower, compared to your Earth friends, you should go on a planet moving faster and with a higher mass, because also gravity slows time.
Later edit to be clear: normally the differences will be in microseconds. The planet will have to move very fast (close to the light speed) to really see a difference in hours or years.
Now point which dimmension of time do you want to live.