Lorents and Einstein both made equations to describe time dialation. One of these equations was used in quantum mechanics, the other equation was then used in cosomology. These equations then made two new areas in physics. One describes one area of physics and the other describes an area of physics, but neither can be used to describe the other. This has raised a lot of questions to which one may be wrong, or what one is more right than the other. Then I noticed something, these two equations are written to different ways but do not equal each other. I have seen Einsteins equation written as Δt'=Δt/√(1-v^2/c^2) I have seen the Lorentz equation written as Δt=Δt'γ where γ=1/√(1-v^2/c^2) These two equations do not equal each other. The time variebles are in different locations in the equation? Simply a typo, or is one of the equations more right than another? Then if there are in fact the same equation that brings about two branches of science create mathmatics that does not work with each other?