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## Main Question or Discussion Point

Can you describe some proof of either form of relativity, whether it be theoretical or observational, that can be understood by someone without a degree in physics or maths.

I am sure there is some, but so far all I have found is that when they put an atomic clock on the space shuttle, it ran slightly slower relative to an atomic clock on earth.

Can I also point out that I can understand the general (and some of the slightly more complicated) points about reativity- I'm only interested in the proof of it.

I am sure there is some, but so far all I have found is that when they put an atomic clock on the space shuttle, it ran slightly slower relative to an atomic clock on earth.

Can I also point out that I can understand the general (and some of the slightly more complicated) points about reativity- I'm only interested in the proof of it.