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New Application For Einstein's Theory Of Relativity

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Posted by Robert Garfinkle on March 6, 2003 00:05:27 UTC

Observation has revealed the following:

There is a noticable asymptotic relationship between "Time" and "The End Of One's Workday".

So, this yields a new application of Einstein's theory of relativity, and we can rename it a bit too.

And call it:

"The Workman's Theory of Relativity."

It's how time appears to slow down as you approach the end of your work day.

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