Someone will just have to come up with an "Einstein Compensator" - Star Trek style - and everything will be fine
Anyway, it is important to keep in mind that the theory of relativity is only a theory. Every "law" in physics is only an explanation for current observations and while they allow us to predict how things may behave under other circumstances, those predictions are essentially only guesses. That's why going to the moon was so cool - no one could be sure that the same effects we experience on earth would also apply to the moon. So, if our astronauts had changed into small pink rubber chickens when setting foot on the moon all we could have said was "Ooops, well, looks like there are some variables missing in that equation".
So, what I was trying to say is that it is very possible that our current theories don't apply to deep space or high velocities in space or some other differences between "there" and earth.
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