I have lately completed Walter Isaacson’s biography on Albert Einstein and am working through an English translation of Einstein’s own popular work, Relativity: The Special and General Theory. His ideas are mathematically complex but his brilliance lies in his ability to break down the big ideas into mind games that common people can understand. I have massaged these games slightly to fit the subject matter at hand.
Don’t try this at home. Follow the speed limit.
If you are ever pulled over for speeding, the officer will inevitably ask you how fast you were going because a self-confession is a guaranteed way to incriminate someone. Don’t lie, but never answer the question directly. A smile and a, “Well I was hoping you would tell me, officer!” will position you for a future dispute in traffic court should you deem suitable.