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    Hello, I'm a designer and have been interested in science for a while. I recently attended a class on special theory of relativity and did a creative project for the finals. I realized that there may be a need for simple, graphic explanations on some of the more complex theories. What do you think of these projects? Please go to website below. The ones that are science-related are the first three projects at the top row (the most recent three). The comic and flash cards seem to be popular among my classmates. I'm actually looking to see if I should do more of these. Thoughts? behance.net/agnescarrera


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    Agnes Carrera on Behance

    Relativity Project on Behance


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    Card One: I would suggest adding that Speed of Light is constant at all times, but momentum can be delayed by interaction with matter.

    Card Three: Worthy Notables; Three major things happen, Contraction, dilation and relativity of simultaneity (observers will not agree on sequence of events).
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    Thanks for your input!
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    Card 2, I would say relative to the motion of the observer, not the position.
    Its the way nature is!
    If you dont like it, go somewhere else....
    To another universe, where the rules are simpler
    Philosophically more pleasing, more psychologically easy
    Prof Richard Feynman (1979) .....

    Das ist nicht nur nicht richtig, es ist nicht einmal falsch!"
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    It's probably a futile effort to make the suggestions... My influence is primarily influenced by how many people get misconceptions and then join Science forums asserting that "Relativity is Wrong."
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    I personally feel that comics are a poor way of illustrating concepts. They offer the same material, but in a less concise manner as say, a powerpoint/bulleted definition/graph/basic illustration. Not only that, but a lot of people would be unwilling to read a lengthy comic that pertained to a subject "physics" that most people don't understand or otherwise find boring.
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