A traveler travels away from the Earth and the observer pinned to Earth.

The observer on Earth (t=0) has particularly good optics and observes the traveler (ship, traveler, and ship's clock, loaded down with particles) to be .5 light year from Earth. The traveler (ship, traveler, and ship's clock, loaded down with particles) is in fact, *now* (t=0) .75 x 6 trillion miles from Earth.... and unobserved by the observer. Traveler, traveler's clock, and observer and observer's clock, as far as the *unobservable* universe is concerned, are quantum entangled in the same "now". As far as the observer is concerned, he, his clock, and his observed traveler and his clock in the *observable* universe -- per the speed of light -- are the only two existent and entangled with vastnesses of particles.

The observer on Earth (t=0), again with fantastic optics, observes the traveler (ship, traveler, and ship's clock, all loaded down with particles) to be 1 light year from Earth. The traveler (loaded down with particles) is in fact *now* (t=0) 1.5 x 6 trillion miles from Earth.... and unobserved by the observer. Traveler...., and observer...., as far as the *unobservable* universe is concerned, are quantum entangled in the same "now". As far as the observer is concerned, he and the *observed* traveler in the *observable* universe are the only two existent, entangled with vastnesses of particles.

The observer on Earth (t=0) (loaded down with particles), able to do fantastic things with light, observes the traveler (thus observably presumed to be loaded down with particles) to be 2 light years from Earth. The traveler (including all his particles and probabilities) is in fact *now* (t=0) 3 x 6 trillion miles from Earth.... *unobserved* by the observer.

The observer is observing the *observable* traveler in the *observable* universe, his ship, and his ship's clock time, (including all the constituent particles of the same) to be slowing down in time -- gradually accelerating in slowing down.... thus that particular *relative* traveler under close *observation*, that particular traveler's clock and time under equally close *observation*, and all the supposed constituent particles of the same under close *observation*, in effect, are in the same universe, even in exactly the same room, at exactly the same time -- so close as if quantumly entangled -- with him the observer. And neither of them, including with them the Earth, has gone nova because of it. That particular traveler (traveler, ship, ship's clock, time and all) has become small enough to fit into the cells of his eyeball.... even to fit into one cell only of his eyeball.