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According to Newton, time is a consistent and reliable tool used to measure various physical quantities. According to Einstein, time is subjective and dependent on a number of external factors. There are many ways to analyze and bridge the gab between the two theories, one being mathematically. In this project, I examine three specific notions of time by representing time as a line, using projecive geometry to relate the line to a circle, transforming the circle, and analyzing the physical implications of these transformations.
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Willcott, Talia, "Diffeomorphisms of Time" (2022). Senior Projects Spring 2022. 201.
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