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Why Time is Relative, Explained in Under 3 Minutes

One of the most revolutionary concepts that we learned in the 20th century is that time is not a universal measurement.

It doesn't matter how much our lives are governed by the same seconds, minutes, hours, days, and weeks, regardless of where we live on the globe, time will never be absolute. The rate at which it passes depends entirely on your speed and acceleration at any given moment.

But how exactly can time be slower and faster at the same time?

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