Assuming time is relative according to the objects current speed, means that a clock within a space shuttle which has 30% of light speed is 'ticking' slower than a clock staying on planet earth just laying on the floor. Fine!
Since the 'ticking' is slower, due the changing position - would a person be able to have a longer conversation within this space shuttle than just laying next to the clock on the floor?
I don´t understand the connection between my intuitive feeling of time and the 'ticking' or regular moving of an clock or object.
Am I mixing up something? How is my feeling of time described within physics?