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can anyone quickly explain to me the theory of relativity and 3rd dimension space bend and time curvature?

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Do you have any background in relativity at all?
Otherwise the answer is unfortunately no, because it's fairly subtle.... but we can give you the basic idea.
I think the correct answer to your question is "no". Spacetime curvature is a feature of the General theory of relativity, which is considerably more advanced than the Special theory of relativity which must be understood first.

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This wikipedia page http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/General_relativity might be a good place to start.

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