Real World Demonstration Of Einstein’s Theory Of Relativity

Real World Demonstration Of Einstein’s Theory Of Relativity

Scientists demonstrate how time can pass at different speeds.

Naresh Kumar
  • 27 september 2010

To demonstrate the effect of Einstein’s relativity theory in an ordinary setting, scientists at the National Institute of Standards and Technology, Colorado used two extremely precise atomic clocks and placed them on steel tables in neighboring labs, with a 75-meter-long optical cable connecting both the clocks to compare their timekeeping. In the two experiments that followed, scientists were able to show the relativistic affects on both the devices.

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