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Time Dilation By arepis einstein
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Time dilation can arise from: the relative velocity of motion between two observers, or the difference in their distance from a gravitational mass.
Time Travel Wars By REGINALD WILLIAMS
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A corporation convinces the government to take part in its time travel mission by utilizing the Time Travel Academy. The mission was to change Mars history by going backwards in time by three... More > billion years to stop an asteroid from striking Mars; if successful Mars would become like Earth and its resources would be for the taking. The mission objective was solid; yet they didn't anticipate Mars developing an advanced civilization of its own in three billion years; a warlike civilization bent on destroying Earth to preserve its own existence in this time paradox. Time Travel Wars © 2009 all rights reserved.< Less
Of Warpings in Space and Time II By Brandon Wiggins
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Written for the curious, Of Warpings in Space and Time outlines Einstein's Theory of Relativity in a clear and crisp manner to be understood by a wide audience that has never had a course in physics.... More > The book introduces Special Relativity and discusses the historical significance of the theory, examining the scientists whose experiments laid the groundwork for Relativity. Abstract concepts - including the constant nature of light, simultaneity, time dilation and length contraction - are explained on both conceptual and mathematical levels. In the explanation of General Relativity, the writing builds to the warping of spacetime itself in the discussion of acceleration, the Schwarzschild Metrics, descriptions of the shape of space and the confounding prospect of black holes as well as the possibility of an unbound yet finite universe. The book includes scientific evidence and experiments that validate the Theory of Relativity. This exciting work presents complex concepts in refreshingly simple terms.< Less
Of Warpings in Space and Time III By Brandon Wiggins
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Written for the curious, Of Warpings in Space and Time outlines Einstein's Theory of Relativity in a clear and crisp manner to be understood by a wide audience that has never had a course in physics.... More > The book introduces Special Relativity and discusses the historical significance of the theory, examining the scientists whose experiments laid the groundwork for Relativity. Abstract concepts - including the constant nature of light, simultaneity, time dilation and length contraction - are explained on both conceptual and mathematical levels. In the explanation of General Relativity, the writing builds to the warping of spacetime itself in the discussion of acceleration, the Schwarzschild Metrics, descriptions of the shape of space and the confounding prospect of black holes as well as the possibility of an unbound yet finite universe. The book includes scientific evidence and experiments that validate the Theory of Relativity. This exciting work presents complex concepts in refreshingly simple terms.< Less
Past, Present and Future As Time In the Age of Science By Samuel K. K. Blankson
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It is well known that Einstein said the past, present and future syndrome is an illusion, and it seems many philosophers and scientists agree with him and his theory of secular time. The Ghanaian... More > philosopher, Samuel K. K. Blankson, provides his answers to some of these problems in his new book in support of the secular theory of time, including Past, Present and Future, Time Dilation, the Minkowski four-dimensional continuum, or 4-D Geometry, The Twin Paradox, The Clocks Paradox, Gravity, Entropy and Curved Space-Time which is said to make time travel ‘a scientific possibility’. It includes his new theory that time is life and life is time, and that without time there can be no life. The book is written in his familiar style of avoiding all technicalities. Moreover, he wants these and other “irritating topics” to be separated from the logical interpretation of time. He says not all of the mysteries of time can be laid bare, but that it’s secular he has no doubt.< Less
PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE AS TIME IN THE AGE OF SCIENCE By Samuel K. K. Blankson
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It is well known that Einstein said the past, present and future syndrome is an illusion, and it seems many philosophers and scientists agree with him and his theory of secular time. The Ghanaian... More > philosopher, Samuel K. K. Blankson, provides his answers to some of these problems in his new book in support of the secular theory of time, including Past, Present and Future, Time Dilation, the Minkowski four-dimensional continuum, or 4-D Geometry, The Twin Paradox, The Clocks Paradox, Gravity, Entropy and Curved Space-Time which is said to make time travel ‘a scientific possibility’. It includes his new theory that time is life and life is time, and that without time there can be no life. The book is written in his familiar style of avoiding all technicalities. Moreover, he wants these and other “irritating topics” to be separated from the logical interpretation of time. He says not all of the mysteries of time can be laid bare, but that it’s secular he has no doubt.< Less
PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE AS TIME IN THE AGE OF SCIENCE By Samuel K. K. Blankson
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It is well known that Einstein said the past, present and future syndrome is an illusion, and it seems many philosophers and scientists agree with him and his theory of secular time. The Ghanaian... More > philosopher, Samuel K. K. Blankson, provides his answers to some of these problems in his new book in support of the secular theory of time, including Past, Present and Future, Time Dilation, the Minkowski four-dimensional continuum, or 4-D Geometry, The Twin Paradox, The Clocks Paradox, Gravity, Entropy and Curved Space-Time which is said to make time travel ‘a scientific possibility’. It includes his new theory that time is life and life is time, and that without time there can be no life. The book is written in his familiar style of avoiding all technicalities. Moreover, he wants these and other “irritating topics” to be separated from the logical interpretation of time. He says not all of the mysteries of time can be laid bare, but that it’s secular he has no doubt.< Less
TIME IN SCIENCE AND LIFE The greatest legacy of Albert Einstein By Samuel K. K. Blankson
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PaperbackIn 1905, when Albert Einstein introduced a new theory of time as space-time, otherwise known as ‘local time’, some philosophers considered it as (probably) his greatest... More > discovery. The reason, evidently, is that time is more important than anything else except life itself. But what, essentially, is it? Einstein did not give us the philosophical interpretation of space-time. That is a task for the philosophers. Samuel K. K. Blankson, the Ghanaian philosopher, gives one of the most lucid and logical interpretations of what Einstein called ‘time, pure and simple’. The strange and extremely technical phenomenon known as ‘time dilation’, which inspired Einstein to discover his special theory of relativity, is lucidly explained. The reader will find the answer simple and most surprising, and, it is hoped, satisfactory too.< Less
TIME IN SCIENCE AND LIFE The greatest legacy of Albert Einstein By Samuel K. K. Blankson
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HardbackIn 1905, when Albert Einstein introduced a new theory of time as space-time, otherwise known as ‘local time’, some philosophers considered it as (probably) his greatest discovery.... More > The reason, evidently, is that time is more important than anything else except life itself. But what, essentially, is it? Einstein did not give us the philosophical interpretation of space-time. That is a task for the philosophers. Samuel K. K. Blankson, the Ghanaian philosopher, gives one of the most lucid and logical interpretations of what Einstein called ‘time, pure and simple’. The strange and extremely technical phenomenon known as ‘time dilation’, which inspired Einstein to discover his special theory of relativity, is lucidly explained. The reader will find the answer simple and most surprising, and, it is hoped, satisfactory too.< Less
TIME IN SCIENCE AND LIFE The greatest legacy of Albert Einstein By Samuel K. K. Blankson
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PaperbackIn 1905, when Albert Einstein introduced a new theory of time as space-time, otherwise known as ‘local time’, some philosophers considered it as (probably) his greatest... More > discovery. The reason, evidently, is that time is more important than anything else except life itself. But what, essentially, is it? Einstein did not give us the philosophical interpretation of space-time. That is a task for the philosophers. Samuel K. K. Blankson, the Ghanaian philosopher, gives one of the most lucid and logical interpretations of what Einstein called ‘time, pure and simple’. The strange and extremely technical phenomenon known as ‘time dilation’, which inspired Einstein to discover his special theory of relativity, is lucidly explained. The reader will find the answer simple and most surprising, and, it is hoped, satisfactory too.< Less