Time Travel: Think Like Einstein

Asked questions about relative speed and the speed of light, students begin to "think like Einstein," while exploring the science behind the mystery of time travel. By following the questions and equations, users will learn (theoretically) how to travel forward
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Asked questions about relative speed and the speed of light, students begin to "think like Einstein," while exploring the science behind the mystery of time travel. By following the questions and equations, users will learn (theoretically) how to travel forward through time and space -- but they'll find there are no answers about getting back. Of course, Einstein didn't have a flux capacitor!

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