- Do you see that girl? - What about her? - Stephen is going to make her fall in love with him.Using only Einstein’s theory of relativity. […] - Excuse me, have you got the time, please? I make it half past seven. What time do you make it? - You already know the time. - I know my time. - Are you trying to be funny? - Time’s not a universal quantity. We used to think that it was, we used to think that it was just there, marching on at the same pace for everyone everywhere, like a railway track that stretched to infinity. Time was eternal. Now we know that it isn’t. - Wow… - You have to know this is incredibly important. Time’s not a background thing it’s not an absolute, it can switch, everything else is measured. It’d dynamic. - Dynamic? - Active. - Active? - Wonderful. If you were to travel East very very quickly… - Out of sight, to the far East? - The far far East. - Oh completely out of sight. - Yes, completely out of sight. And I stayed here your time would slow down relative to mine. - Like I’d get really really slow… - If you went very very fast. - If I went very very fast, I’d get really really slow? - Your time would, relative to mine. - Oh, it’s really out of sight. - Time’s very important.
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