How did Newton's views on time and space differ from Albert Einstein's?
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  1. Newton believed that time and space were separate and that time was absolute wherever in the universe it was measured. Einstein's Theory of Relativity, on the other hand, suggests that time and space are connected and that together, they form space-time, which can be sped up or slowed down by energy and matter.

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