A tale of twins (or how to explain relativity theory)

February 26, 2011 § 6 Comments

Do you often find yourself unable to explain eloquently relativity theory? Or even understand its exact terminology?

The tale of identical twins, drawn in a sketch book, helps us understand Albert Einstein’s Twin Paradox, and terms, such as time dilation and nonequivalent reference frames.

Video animation by Yuanjian Luo

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