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Speed, Mass and Time: Einstein's Revolutionary Special Relativity Theory

Welcome to “Science to Science Fiction”. Albert Einstein's theory of Special Relativity is one of the most important papers ever published in the field of physics. Special Relativity is an explanation of how speed affects mass, time and space.

The theory includes a way for the speed of light to define the relationship between energy and matter. They are equivalent. Small amounts of mass can be interchangeable with enormous amounts of energy as defined in the classic equation E = Mass Times the speed of Light squared (E = MC^2).

Einstein continued on with major minds within the fields of physics to develop quantum mechanics and then produced a paper on General Relativity.

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