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28th Sep 2016

If you have a have a math background up to ODEs and PDEs, this book is great. https://www.amazon.com/Most-Incomprehensible-Thing-Introduction-Mathematics/dp/0957389450/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1475030510&sr=1-1&keywords=a+most+incomprehensible+thing

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16th Jan 2015

I think this book by Collier. should match up relatively^haha well with what you're looking for.

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11th May 2016

Not sure about the other topics, but if you really want to learn about the science of time dilation, I would recommend checking out Brian Greene's free courses on Special Relativity (either the conceptual one or the really math-centered one) and perhaps *A Most Incomprehensible Thing* by Peter Collier (a math-centered book that can potentially take the layman from high school mathematics to the equations of General Relativity).

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