Intro to Relativity Loop

I became inspired to create Relativity Loop after reading about the trials of Galileo Galilei and John Scopes on Douglas O. Linder's Famous Trials website. Linder vividly described how those trials exemplified the ongoing conflict between religion and science. Relativity Loop represents my take on the triangular relationship between religion, spirituality, and science. Composed of 506 frames, it is a deeply textured web animation, lasting just over a minute, before looping. A high-speed Internet connection is required. Even with a high-speed connection, due to its density, the animation may initially run at a jagged rate. What I have learned from posting other deeply textured animations is that such animations often need to play through once before running at their proper rate. I do apologize for this inconvenience, but I feel it is necessary to constantly stretch the boundaries of the web as a medium. Also, this animation is best viewed using Firefox as your browser.

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