My personal and professional adventure into Science

Time is relative – Vacation in Australia proves that

In 1916 Albert Einstein published his general theory of relativity and I guess that almost everyone knows that Einstein proved that time is relative. Also, everyone has had the feeling before that time passes quickly (usually when something pleasant happens) and thus it is believed that the actual time passed seem shorter than it was. Opposite some events can make time pass very slowly. For me the latter is usually when I have to wait for something, so I am not really looking forward to have 6 hours of layover in Brussels at my way home from Australia.

If you want to know how you can make time pass really quickly, then book a plane to Australia as that is precisely what happened to me. I have now, unfortunately, already been here for more than two weeks and it feels like I just arrived some days ago. Then again, so much has happened during the last two weeks so it feels like I have been here longer. My days have been very intense, so much to see, so much to experience, and that is also the reason for the lack of posts, but I will try to change that now.

In the meantime I have posted some beautiful pictures (out of the many thousands I have taken) using Instagram as I can do that directly from my phone. For people having smartphones they can follow me by searching for my user ‘bpetersen79‘ or clicking the link: bpetersen79 (remember to follow me). People not having smartphones can see the pictures here: Let me know what you think about the pictures and what you would like to see in the future.

Great Ocean Road

A drive in the forest along Great Ocean Road

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