How to Time Travel

Time isn’t a constant. Instead, thanks to Albert Einstein’s theory of relativity, we know that both time and space act as variables based on the perspective of the observer.

Space encompasses the three dimensions that we directly interact with in every day life: length, width, and height. Time, on the other hand, is a whole new dimension…

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