Cracking the Time Travel Code


Today is National Science Day and I am very happy to publish my interactive workbook – “Cracking the Time Travel Code”. This is an effort to bring Time Travel science to masses and clear misconceptions spread by Science Fictions. You can collaborate, share and print the workbook. We have used Google Sheets so that everyone is comfortable working on it. You can make your own copy and create your own practical examples.

Cracking the Time Travel Code

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National Science Day is celebrated in India on 28 February each year to mark the discovery of the Raman effect by Indian physicist Sir C. V. Raman on 28 February 1928. For his discovery, Sir C.V. Raman was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1930.

This workbook is based on our article, “Relativity without Complexity” published in International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) in February Issue of 2016. The publishing article also coincided with National Science Day.

You can read this article “”Relativity without Complexity”” published in Science Journal at https://www.ijsr.net/get_abstract.php?paper_id=NOV161631

Last year I received request from the journal for submission of e-presentation on the article. The submission guideline expected the presentation to be less than 10 minutes as viewership reduces with the length of video. It was a difficult task as I had never recorded a presentation or YouTube video before. I had to drop 80% of the slides and had to explain each topic in a minute what took me atleast 15 minutes. The e-presentation is published on IJSR offical YouTube channel –

E-presentation on IJSR YouTube channel

This workbook is a companion to the published article and the E-presentation. You should refer to them while working on these worksheets to get better understanding of the Science of Time Travel.

Every worksheet explains one aspect of Time Travel Science, with charts and data tables. You can add your own figures in these worksheets to see the changes in charts in these worksheet. The charts and explanations are followed by Conclusions. Finally there is a section to write your own conclusions after making your observations.

If you liked the book please share, comment and provide feedback for improvements.

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