Special relativity theory explanation

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Special relativity depicts the relationship between the observer and the constant motion when the observer is in motion. 

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special relativity theory retains the absolute rules of physics as well as the speed of light, although space and time are relative.

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The effect of time dilation is caused by the special theory of relativity, which posits that space and time are relative. 

Some effects of special relativity

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The difference in speed between two observers in space and time causes time dilation. 

Some effects of special relativity

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 prolonged contraction implies that the distance between the two measured sites can be reduced in relation to two comparably moving observers. 

Some effects of special relativity

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According to Einstein's special theory of relativity, the mass of a moving item is larger than the mass of a stationary object. 

Some effects of special relativity

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 when an item has mass, it also possesses velocity. In the context of the special theory of relativity, there is also the possibility of shifting momentum. 

Some effects of special relativity

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