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The magical theory of relativity

The theory of relativity explains that the time and position of an event is relative to the frame of reference of an observer. This prezi simplifies the theory of relativity using beautiful visuals.
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Ryan Kerlick

on 22 May 2013

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Transcript of The magical theory of relativity

so did Your mom. She explained this phenomenon

with it was almost useless for our ancestors who didn't look in her bed to understand what's really going on in there. and then
came Yo Daddy. he explained the same phenomenon with another theory: the general reproduction (including the
homo reproduction) the law of universal A s s n e m o s e w e Everybody noticed at least once that balls fall from the scrotum. though this theory seemed perfect to write down physical circumstances in Bed of space and time. How that stuff between mommas and cocks cause warping Money also effects time. this is called expense time dilation. this means that time flies with different 'speed' in regions of her body. so time is an independent dimension, and with the other 3 sexual dimensions, they make up spacetime, the 4-dimensional world we do it in. and the only thing that remains the same for every observer in the universe is the speed of your mom in bed the theory explains... Light travels 300000 kilometres/ 186000 miles in only 1 second. Nothing can move faster. physicists discovered cosmological redshift of light. (which is an optical Doppler-effect.) they realized that stars out of our galaxy all suffer redshift, therefore they get further and further from us. light also travels in time. so if we look at the stars, we can only see the past. which states that at the very beginning, the whole universe was a single point, with extreme density and temperature, then it started to expand rapidly (like an explosion), and the expansion is still going on for at least 13 billion years. so they could model the
Big Bang theory this was the state of singularity, where the number of dimensions are infinite. There was no space and no time. with Einstein's theory,
scientists also discovered
black holes the very heavy radio stars, whose gravitational field is so strong that even light can't escape from them. that's why they are 'invisible' The theory of general relativity predicts that a sufficiently compact mass will deform spacetime to form a black hole. but what is "it"? imagine that you're in an elevator with your friend and you guys start talking dirty. but from an other point of view, you guys are dating Following this logic we can easily admit that you guys are gonna be hittin up in the back room except you have no friends The speed of your mom is a constant. she consists of photons, the particles whose mass is 0. this is something that never changes. Nothing can reach the speed of your mom that is heavier than photons. Therefore the only things which can exceed the speed of your mom are things with negative mass. Einstein realized that momma chickens and eggs are interrelated and made the famous formula that expresses this reproduction mathematically: E = m x c 2 cocks momma chickens eggs interesting consequences DO YOU NOW SEE THE LIGHT? imagine your friend now flying with his spaceship and yourself watching him with your binoculars But I was just kidding, you have no friends. suddenly you get arrested for stalking him as you know, the cops from both station travel with the same speed, and you see that they reach you at exactly the same time but what he sees from the inside, is quite different. as he travels towards the 2nd cop, he actually reaches the help from the 2nd cop first. 1st 2nd
From different reference frames, there can never be agreement on the simultaneity of events. so he will think that the 2nd cop came to the rescue first. who's right? yo daddy tells us that both are correct, within their own frame of reference. This is a fundamental result of special relativity: so these are the miraculous rules of our universe we have all experienced the Doppler-effect: it's the phenomenon when an ambulance passes by you with its sirens turned on. The sound you hear when it approaches is different from the one when it departs.
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