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Frames of Reference

London’s Evening Standard reported that commuters spent an average of 42 days a year commuting in the city; around 4 years over the course of their working lives.

When combined with Einstein’s theory of relativity, this amount of travel would contribute to an increase in the effect of time dilation; commuters will age slower as they slowly separate from the world around them.

It is through this understanding that this book was born.

Split between two 28-page chapters, Frames of Reference seeks to embed with London’s time-travellers and provide a glimpse into their journey through the fourth dimension, while also providing a grounding in the theory of relativity itself.

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