A young Albert Einstein arrives at his office at 6 a.m. and sits wearily at his desk. He is surrounded by files, books, a typewriter, and other tools of his trade for he makes his living as a patent clerk. During the night he has continued laboring on his new theory of time which he will finally submit to the German Physics Journal. Each night he has dreamed about many ways to experience time in different worlds and finally, his dreaming is over. Here are some of his dreams.
Copyright 2006 Lorraine L. Whittlesey