Einstein's theory of relativity

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Einstein's theory of relativity, we are told, (1) redefined the concepts of space and time, showing that accepted notions of space and time were no longer universal, (2) showed that space and time were completely related, and (3) and did away with the concept of ether.
He is currently developing a new extension of Einstein's Theory of Relativity and testing it at the best synchrotron radiation facilities in Europe.
Einstein's theory of relativity consists of two theories: general relativity (published in 1915) and special relativity (published in 1905).
Einstein's Theory of Relativity has finally been proved this month, thanks to the Hubble.
This book is essentially a history of cosmology that spans the earliest efforts of the ancient Greeks through to Copernicus and Galileo, Einstein's theory of relativity, quantum theory and finally modern times.
The calculations simultaneously tracked the fluid, electrical and magnetic properties of the gas while also taking into account Einstein's theory of relativity.
A recent Cisco survey found that 42% are "vaguely familiar with the Internet of Things, on par with Einstein's theory of relativity."
There is more evidence for evolution than there is for the theory of gravity, than the idea that things are made up of atoms, or Einstein's theory of relativity. It is the finest scientific theory ever devised."
In other words, Einstein's Theory of Relativity also applies at the Quantum level of subatomic particles.
If time is eliminated as a factor, some scientists think that it will be easier to reconcile Einstein's theory of relativity with the equations of gravity.
"Both my boxer shorts and Einstein's Theory of Relativity are safe right now," chuckled the learned academic with glee.
Then there were the stories that were just too wild to be true: Neutrinos appeared to violate Einstein's theory of relativity by flying faster than light, but other work suggests they were doing no such thing.
Their startling discovery effectively drives a coach and horses through dear old Einstein's theory of relativity (you remember his famous equation E=mc) which underpins just about every science lesson ever held.
Lead researcher Dr Antonio Ereditato has labelled the results as "crazy" because Albert Einstein's theory of relativity - which has been the basis of physics for a century - depends on the idea that nothing can exceed the speed of light in a vacuum.
Many people are of the opinion that with Einstein's theory of relativity, old classical physics is no more in vogue.
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