When Albert Einstein published his theory of special relativity, it changed our understanding of time and space forever. But how can we make sense of such a complicated theory? In this project I look for ways in which special relativity shows itself in everyday life. 

The theory comes with strange consequences, such as time running slower when you move, but faster when you stand on top of a mountain.


What if I use the theory, not as a mathematical formula, but as a way to look at the world?

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