We do live. We age. We move. Time is how we refer to the transfer of ourselves from our beginning to end. Space is how we scale things through our primary sense of vision. Using the scientific method we can define iota that are so incredibly abstract as to be partly in our universe and partly somewhere else. We are also pretty sure that as we have a beginning and end so does the universe in which we live. Much of the basis from which we draw this understanding is directly attributable to Albert Einstein. In Michio Kaku's book, <em>Einstein's Cosmos, How Albert Einstein's Vision Transformed Our Understanding of Space and Time</em> we are taken on a wonderful brief journey through Einstein's life and the development of his theories that establish this basis.

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