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In Einsteins Dreams (Pantheon, New York, 1993), Alan Lightman has imagined worlds in which people experience time differently from the way we do. Students in our Embracing Einstein's Universe course were asked to use this as their inspiration and describe a world in which space is experienced differently. Each student-author retains all copyright to their work. Please do not reproduce without explicit permission.
In this world, people live their lives in
In this world, emotions alter a person's physical appearance.
This is a world in which the space between two objects is filled with visible air molecules.