Tip Time Distortion Theory

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Tip Time Distortion Theory refers to the fact that time during and around Tip functions differently from standard time. This includes the slowing down of some days, the stretching out of some moments, and 49 weeks sometimes lasting an eternity. It is still a theoretical science and has not been fully defined by mathematics yet. Someone from Duke West would probably have to do that.

It has been estimated one week of TiP is equal to about a year of regular life. This translation has strong ties with the length of RelationTIPs. A RealtionTIP lasting only a couple days still has a couple of few months of weight to it. One of the other large implications is that TIPster usually finishes their TiP career somewhere in their 20's.