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  1. A First Course in General Relativity by Bernard Schutz, 2009-06-22
  2. Relativity: The Special and the General Theory (Classic Reprint) by Albert Einstein, 2010-06-04
  3. Relativity: The Special and the General Theory, The Masterpiece Science Edition, by Albert Einstein, 2005-11-22
  4. General Relativity by Robert M. Wald, 1984-06-15
  5. General Relativity from A to B by Robert Geroch, 1981-03-15
  6. General Relativity: An Introduction for Physicists by M. P. Hobson, G. P. Efstathiou, et all 2006-03-27
  7. Introduction to General Relativity by Lewis Ryder, 2009-07-06
  8. Spacetime and Geometry: An Introduction to General Relativity by Sean Carroll, 2003-09-28
  9. Introduction to General Relativity by John Dirk Walecka, 2007-05-16
  10. General Theory of Relativity by P. A.M. Dirac, 1996-01-08
  11. Advanced Mechanics and General Relativity by Joel Franklin, 2010-08-01
  12. General Relativity: With Applications to Astrophysics (Theoretical and Mathematical Physics) by Norbert Straumann, 2010-11-02
  13. Partial Differential Equations in General Relativity (Oxford Graduate Texts in Mathematics) by Alan Rendall, 2008-06-09
  14. Relativity: Special, General, and Cosmological by Wolfgang Rindler, 2006-06-01

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2. General Relativity - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
tests confirmed the theory's predictive power, and relativistic cosmology, too, became amenable to direct observational tests. From classical mechanics to general relativity. General
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Advanced theories Kaluza–Klein Quantum gravity Solutions Schwarzschild ... pp-wave Scientists Einstein Minkowski Eddington Lemaître ... e General relativity or the general theory of relativity is the geometric theory of gravitation published by Albert Einstein in 1915. It is the current description of gravitation in modern physics . It generalises special relativity and Newton's law of universal gravitation , providing a unified description of gravity as a geometric property of space and time , or spacetime . In particular, the

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'Relativity General Theory' by Juliette Myers Juliette attended Ways into creative writing with Stephen Knight This a story about the way that, unlike us, narratives can drive
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    This a story about the way that, unlike us, narratives can drive through conflicts to a resolution - or how different views can find a way to coalesce. Of course that hides a lifetime of detail and no one tells you if the resolution only comes with death, or if it comes with silence. But you must be happy that it is this way, with beginnings, middles, and - dare I say it - ends. On your terms, anyway.
    You remember things differently. Your life is a set of peaceful constants, its gaps filled with sheer faith. Your porch was organised so well with its umbrella stand, coat-hooks and the porcelain clown propped up in the corner. In spring you had primroses. Even when we played hop-scotch as kids you marked off the squares with a piece of chalk. (I won't say always.) You believed that everyone was meant to
    be with someone, like mass attracting mass through an invisible force. Jean's Law, I used to call it. You found it hard to cope when the patterns didn't hold and Derek walked away. You seemed to think that life was over. I let the pebbles spill between my fingers and wished that you could live with mystery. We had a bitter lemon from the cool bag and some sweaty quiche on napkins in our hands.

4. Physics Virtual Bookshelf: Relativity
A collection of articles about relativity
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Relativity The listings are in roughly the order in which these topics might be taught. Topic Description Author Format Special Theory of Relativity: html pdf The Special Relativity document by Professor Key that is the next listing largely concentrates on the effects predicted by the theory, such as time dilation, length contraction, etc. This document is considerably longer than Professor Key's, and tends to concentrate more on the worldview suggested by the theory. (157k/310k) David M. Harrison html and pdf Special Theory of Relativity A discussion of the postulates of special relativity and their consequences, from a first year physics course that uses minimal mathematics; the entire set of materials from the course is available by clicking here Anthony W. Key html Inertial Frames of Reference html pdf A brief summary of the concept of Inertial Frames of Reference in Newtonian and Einsteinian Physics. (25k/35k) David M. Harrison

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8. Relativity General | TutorVista
1. `sin^2theta + cos^2theta =1` 2. . ` 1 + tan^2 theta ` = `sec^2 theta` 3. `cos 2theta` = ` 1 2 sin^2 theta` 4 `sin 2theta` = `2 sin theta cos theta
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9. General Theory Of Relativity
The mathematical formulas which make up this general theory are much more difficult than those which are concerned with special relativity. The general relativity theory changes
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10. Theory: Special Relativity (SLAC VVC)
A brief overview of the theory of special relativity, and how it pertains to particles at SLAC (Stanford Linear Accelerator)
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    Newton's laws of motion give us a complete description of the behavior moving objects at low speeds. The laws are different at speeds reached by the particles at SLAC. Einstein's Special Theory of Relativity describes the motion of particles moving at close to the speed of light. In fact, it gives the correct laws of motion for any particle. This doesn't mean Newton was wrong, his equations are contained within the relativistic equations. Newton's "laws" provide a very good approximate form, valid when v is much less than c . For particles moving at slow speeds (very much less than the speed of light), the differences between Einstein's laws of motion and those derived by Newton are tiny. That's why relativity doesn't play a large role in everyday life. Einstein's theory supersedes Newton's, but Newton's theory provides a very good approximation for objects moving at everyday speeds. Einstein's theory is now very well established as the correct description of motion of relativistic objects, that is those traveling at a significant fraction of the speed of light.

11. General Relativity/general Covariance - Physics Wiki
General covariance is the statement that a physical theory, e.g., Einstein's theory of gravity, is expressed mathematically in a form that is invariant under arbitrary changes of
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General relativity Jump to: navigation search General covariance is the statement that a physical theory, e.g., Einstein's theory of gravity , is expressed mathematically in a form that is invariant under arbitrary changes of coordinate systems , i.e., diffeomorphisms . For instance, in Special relativity , in the absence of gravity , the worldline of a particle moving freely through spacetime is described by an inertial observer as Whereas this equation is specially covariant (invariant under Lorentz transformations ), it does not hold true for an accelerating observer , and must be replaced by which is generally covariant , and true for all observers. Retrieved from " http://www.physics.thetangentbundle.net/wiki/General_relativity/general_covariance Views Personal tools Navigation Search Toolbox

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The major principles of special relativity (SR) are discussed in an accessible way, via 5 segments, to help you understand the lingo and theories involved.
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    Pages from Albert Einstein's original manuscript in which he defines his theory of relativity If you are a fan of science fiction, then you know that "relativity" is a fairly common part of the genre. For example, people on Star Trek are always talking about the space-time continuum, worm holes, time dilations and all sorts of other things that are based on the principle of relativity in one way or another. If you are a fan of science you know that relativity plays a big part there as well, especially when talking about things like black holes and astrophysics. If you have ever wanted to understand the fundamentals of relativity, then this edition of

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    Alice In Physics Home Page About Alice Law . Alice Law is the same thing with The Relativity Theory. However, it differs from Albert Einstein’s Relativity Theory in terms of
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    This page is updated on November 3, 2010 About Alice Law Alice Law is the same thing with The Relativity Theory. However, it differs from Albert Einsteins Relativity Theory in terms of reasoning and mathematics. It bases itself on (c+v) (c-v) mathematics.
    Alice Law claims that electromagnetic waves utilize the same structures with gravitation, electrical and magnetic forces, which are FIELDS. The meaning of c (light speed constant ) in Alice Law is the velocity of light on a field.
    With (c+v) (c-v) mathematics it utilizes, Alice Law consistently explains issues studied within the concept of Special Relativity such as Time Dilation, Space Deformation and Simultaneousness. It also reveals the relationships between these effects and Doppler Effect. Special Relativity and Classical Mechanics have easefully united within Alice Law.
    The data obtained from projects such as Global Positioning System (GPS) and APOLLO with the advances in technology confirm (c+v) (c-v) mathematics of Alice Law. However, Alice Law needs more precise experiments. The way to conduct such experiments is explained here Han Erim Alice Law Version 6.0 launched (October 15, 2009)

    15. Notes On Special Relativity
    A standard introduction to special relativity where explanations are based on pictures called spacetime diagrams.
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    Albert Einstein radically reshaped the understanding of gravity through his proposal of the General Theory of Relativity in 1916. The problem he tackled was to create a theory of gravity that was consistent with his Special Relativity Theory, including its radical transformation of the understanding of space and time measurements through the introduction of a unified concept of space-time. Special relativity is based on the invariance of the laws of physics under any constant change of velocity, and hence the equivalence from a physical viewpoint of all uniformly moving (non-accelerating) observers. General relativity extended these ideas to a special class of accelerating observers.
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    17. Penrose-Hawking Singularity Theorems: Facts, Discussion Forum, And Encyclopedia
    General relativity or the general theory of relativity is the geometric theory of gravitation published by Albert Einstein in 1915. It is the current description of gravitation in
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    Overview The Penrose–Hawking singularity theorems are a set of results in general relativity General relativity General relativity or the general theory of relativity is the geometric theory of gravitation published by Albert Einstein in 1915. It is the current description of gravitation in modern physics. It unifies special relativity and Newton's law of universal gravitation, and describes gravity as a...
    which attempt to answer the question of when gravitation produces singularities Gravitational singularity A gravitational singularity or spacetime singularity is a location where the quantities that are used to measure the gravitational field become infinite in a way that does not depend on the coordinate system...
    A singularity in solutions of the Einstein field equations Solutions of the Einstein field equations Where appropriate, this article will use the abstract index notation.Solutions of the Einstein field equations are spacetimes that result from solving the Einstein field equations of general relativity. Solving the field equations actually gives Lorentz metrics...
    is one of two things:
  • a situation where matter is forced to be compressed to a point (a space-like singularity) a situation where certain light rays come from a region with infinite curvature (time-like singularity)

  • Space-like singularities are a feature of non-rotating uncharged black-hole Schwarzschild metric

    18. Relativistic Velocities
    Here is the formula for adding velocities in special relativity when motion occurs in a single direction.
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    How Do You Add Velocities in Special Relativity?
    Suppose an object A is moving with a velocity v relative to an object B , and B is moving with a velocity u (in the same direction) relative to an object C . What is the velocity of A relative to C v u -> A -> B C w -> In non-relativistic mechanics the velocities are simply added and the answer is that A is moving with a velocity w = u+v relative to C . But in special relativity the velocities must be combined using the formula u + v w = - 1 + uv/c If u and v are both small compared to the speed of light c , then the answer is approximately the same as the non-relativistic theory. In the limit where u is equal to c (because C is a massless particle moving to the left at the speed of light), the sum gives c . This confirms that anything going at the speed of light does so in all reference frames. This change in the velocity addition formula is not due to making measurements without taking into account time it takes light to travel or the Doppler effect. It is what is observed after such effects have been accounted for and is an effect of special relativity which cannot be accounted for with newtonian mechanics.

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