So, every minute on that planet is approximately 1.4 months (7*12/60 months) on earth.
Today I was 4 minutes late looking for my glasses. And here we are! Its 8:22 am and still pushing the traffic like a slug. Got plenty of time to type this.
Update: Reached at 8:37 am. Now calculating the speed distance between my work and home in light-years. This is a “mathematically proved” sarcasm, by the way, since I have nothing better to do. (not true, I actually have a shitload of work to, Fuck my life!
So, every 4 minutes at my home is 32 minutes at work. Hence, following the formula of time dilation due to speed,
Time at origin, To = 4 * 60 seconds
Time at target, T = 32 * 60 seconds
v = c * sqrt((1-(To/T)^2))) = 299792.458 * sqrt((1-(4/32)^2))) km/s = 297441.108 km/s
So, I was travelling at 99.216% of the speed of light.
Total travel time = 8:37 am – 7: 09 am = 1 hour and 32 minutes = 92 minutes = 92*60 seconds. Hence the distance is = 297441.108 * 92*60 km = 1641874917.82 km = 1.73550023 × 10-5 light-years = 0.0001735463157499837 light-years [that is nearly a billion miles and not even a single light-year 😦]
Time dilation may also occur because of the gravitation due to enormous bodies (such as massive planets, stars, Yo Mama), and is known as Gravitational time dilation. Yeah, you read that right, Yo Mama.
So, either I work at a massive black hole a billion miles away, or traveled nearly at the speed of light.