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What is the effect of time dilation on space travel and how can communication be improved for space travel? The theory of relativity states that the more mass there is the more intense the gravity is and that time is dependent on how much gravity there is the more there is the slower time will go. Same goes for speed the faster you go the slower time goes. The closer you are to the speed of light the slower time will go. It also states that matter cannot travel faster than the speed of light.

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Decent EssaysMohammed Mikky Sr. Sausan AP Physics 5/31/17 Time Dilation and Einstein 's Special Theory of Relativity in Interstellar Einstein 's theory of special relativity, ever since its introduction in 1905, has been a tricky and confusing subject. Many people could not grasp how time could be different for two objects as people saw time as a linear entity moving at one second per second. However, several experiments many decades later proved Einstein 's original theories. Scientists came up with several

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Better EssaysPHYS180: Space, Time and Matter Instructor: Professor Tracy Webb Assignment 1 — Special and General Relativity Churui Jiang (260785561) October 3, 2017 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Topic 9 The movie Interstellar is unique among Hollywood films in that it actually tried to get the physics right. Provide an overview and a critique (which can be positive or negative) of the Special and General relativistic effects that appear

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Decent Essayscurved to the rider. These are two examples of the way relativity causes someone to think. The biggest direct effect on literature was that relativity made time travel possible. Before Einstein was thought to be a fantastic yet impossible feat. Relativity only solved half the problem, time travel into the future. This occurs through time dilation. The

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Good Essaysin Interstellar brings out the intensity and drama to the playing field and allows the audience to grip what Cooper actually does for his daughter Murph (Mackenzie Foy). Some of Hans Zimmer’s most important songs in Interstellar are “Coward” and “No Time for Caution.” The emotional base for the song “Coward” is the cold and empty space of the whole universe. This song portrays how scary and intense leaving planet Earth is, and Cooper’s raw love for his children for whom he did this whole mission for

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Better EssaysEmmy Noether was a German mathematician who was born on March 23, 1882 in Erlangen, Germany. Her dad was Max Noether, who wa a mathematics professor. Emmy could not attend regular school. She was made to attend a “finishing school.” She was best in English and French. Emmy loved to play the clavier and to cook. Emmy is known for her knowledge in chain conditions on ideas for rings. Emmy received her degrees in mathematics from the University of Erlangen. The mazi’s took over control of Germany’s

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Decent EssaysThis information is surprising since she turned out to be a mathematician. Emmy’s mother, Ida Amalie Noether, who was a pianist, encouraged her to take piano lessons. Emmy didn’t enjoy it too well because she had a passion of dance. She spent her time in school studying French and English. Emmy’s mother, Ida Amalie Noether, taught her a lot of basic “woman” skills, like cleaning, cooking, and play the clavier. From 1889 to 1897, Emmy went to Höhere Töchter Schule in Erlangen, Germany. Right at the

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Decent EssaysI choose my essay to be about Emmy Noether. Emmy Noether is a very important and influential mathematician. As, a mathematician Emmy Noether innovated contributions to abstract algebra and theoretical physics. Some people such as Pavel Alexandrov, Albert Einstein, Jean Dieudonné, Hermann Weyl, and Norbert Wiener had highly valued her. Many people to this day describe her as “the most important woman in mathematics”. There are many fun and interesting facts about Emmy Noether. Emmy Noether was born

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Decent Essaysname of David Hilbert. In 1918, Noether published Noether’s Theorem. Noether published papers, IN 1921, called Idealtheorie in Ringbereichen (Theory of Ideals in Ring Domain) which becam the foundation for the ring theory. After spending most of her time working without pay, Emmy was granted the position of adjunct in 1922, which provided her little pay and barely any benefits. Since her work on the Ring Theory in the 1920’s was ground breaking, she was invited to the University of Moscow and the University

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Decent EssaysDanielle Kemper Amalie Emmy Noether was born on March 23, 1882. She died on April 14, 1935. She was born in Erlangen, Bavaria, Germany. She had three siblings, all of which died but one, her brother Fritz, who became a mathematician. Her father was also a mathematician. She wasn’t allowed to go to school, so she learned things that women were supposed to know and do, such as cooking and cleaning. People began to think she was a mathematical genius when she solved a brain teaser quickly at an early

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