Since we have a black hole near the earth, and when your near a black hole, time sta err tsunami to warp, shouldn't we all be living in a time frame?
BTW, thanks for being a nerd everybody!
There was a super black hole which waves reached the earth but it's not significant enough to affect us, it's still to far.
Space time is affected by ALL things with mass according to general relativity. And you're right, time does pass at measurably different rates depending on how far you are from earths surface. We use this phenomenon for GPS tracking. It also causes the orbit of mercury to constantly move around because time passes at a slower rate when it's closer to the sun which screws with its orbit. But no we aren't appreciably affected by any black holes and there really aren't any close by. I'm not sure what you mean by "living in a time frame"
If a black hole were near enough for us to have an especially relevant amount of time warping, we would all be dead.
Time is relative. So "warped time" only means time that runs differently from Earth's. At least to my VERY limited understanding of physics.
What black hole is near us?
One in the middle of the milky way, one small one not to far out of our MASSIVE LARGER THAN YOU THINK Solar system.
It's not *that* close to us.
Stupid autocorrect. I meant, time starts to warp when you are near a black hole.