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21. General Relativity/Introduction To Tensors - Wikibooks, Collection Of Open-conte
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23. Ch01/ch01.rbtex At Master From Bcrowell's General_relativity - GitHub
A textbook on Einstein s theory of general relativity.
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24. General Relativity - Wikiversity
General Relativity, also known as the General Theory of Relativity, is an extension of special relativity, dealing with curved coordinate systems, accelerating frames of
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From Wikiversity (Redirected from General Relativity Jump to: navigation search Search for General relativity on Wikipedia Search Wikimedia Commons for images, sounds and other media related to: General relativity Search for General relativity on the following projects: Educational level : this is a secondary education resource. Educational level : this is a tertiary (university) resource. Subject classification : this is a physics resource . General Relativity , also known as the General Theory of Relativity , is an extension of special relativity , dealing with curved coordinate systems, accelerating frames of reference, curvilinear motion, and curvature of spacetime itself. It could be said that general relativity is to special relativity as vector calculus is to vector algebra. General relativity is best known for its formulation of gravity as a fictitious force arising from the curvature of spacetime. In fact, "general relativity" and "Einstein's formulation of gravity" are nearly synonymous in many people's minds. The general theory of relativity was first published by Albert Einstein in 1916.

25. General Relativity - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Annotated list of reading material about general relativity popular books, textbooks, books on specific topics, web courses, and websites.
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Redirected from General relativity resources Jump to: navigation search For a generally accessible and less technical introduction to the topic, see Introduction to general relativity A simulated black hole kilometers with the Milky Way in the background. General relativity Einstein field equations Introduction
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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

26. General Relativity
General relativity is a theory of gravitation and to understand the background to the theory we have to look at how theories of gravitation developed.
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General relativity is a theory of gravitation and to understand the background to the theory we have to look at how theories of gravitation developed. Aristotle 's notion of the motion of bodies impeded understanding of gravitation for a long time. He believed that force could only be applied by contact; force at a distance being impossible, and a constant force was required to maintain a body in uniform motion. Copernicus 's view of the solar system was important as it allowed sensible consideration of gravitation. Kepler 's laws of planetary motion and Galileo 's understanding of the motion and falling bodies set the scene for Newton 's theory of gravity which was presented in the Principia in 1687. Newton 's law of gravitation is expressed by F G M M d where F is the force between the bodies of masses M M and d is the distance between them. G is the universal gravitational constant. After receiving their definitive analytic form from Euler Newton 's axioms of motion were reworked by Lagrange Hamilton , and Jacobi into very powerful and general methods, which employed new analytic quantities, such as potential, related to force but remote from everyday experience.

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28. General Relativity - Wikibooks, Collection Of Open-content Textbooks
Authors References. D'Inverno, Ray (1992). Introducing Einstein's Relativity. Oxford Clarendon Press. ISBN 019-859686-3. Wald, Robert M. (1984).
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29. General Relativity/Einstein-Hilbert Action - Physics Wiki
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30. History Of General Relativity - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Wikipedia article on the development of relativity. Includes sections about observational tests and alternative theories.
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Equivalence principle

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Riemannian geometry Phenomena Kepler problem Lenses Waves
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As Albert Einstein later said, the reason for the development of general relativity was that the preference of inertial motions within special relativity was unsatisfactory, while a theory which from the outset prefers no state of motion (even accelerated ones) should appear more satisfactory. So in he published an article on acceleration under special relativity . In that article, he argued that

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33. General Relativity
General relativity or the general theory of relativity is the geometric theory of gravitation published by Albert Einstein in 1916. It is the stateof-the art description of gravity in
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A simulated black hole of ten solar masses as seen from a distance of 600 kilometers with the Milky Way in the background. General relativity or the general theory of relativity is the geometric theory of gravitation published by Albert Einstein in 1916. It is the state-of-the art description of gravity in modern physics . It unifies special relativity and space and time, or spacetime. In particular, the curvature of spacetime is directly related to the four-momentum ( mass-energy and linear momentum ) of whatever matter and radiation are present. The relation is specified by the Einstein field equations, a system of partial differential equations The predictions of general relativity differ significantly from those of classical physics, especially concerning the passage of time, the geometry of space, the motion of bodies in free fall, and the propagation of light . Examples of such differences include gravitational time dilation, the gravitational redshift of light, and the

 34. General Relativity - Uncyclopedia, The Content-free Encyclopedia Generally speaking, General Relativity relates some rather general ideas about relatively everything that occurs in the Universe, in general.http://uncyclopedia.wikia.com/wiki/General_relativity

35. General Relativity
General relativity combines the two major theoretical transitions that we have seen so far. These two transitions are depicted in the table below.
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##### Special and General Relativity
The special theory The general theory of relativity took seven years of work by Einstein, the final two to three being years of intense and exhausting labor. No one else was even close to Einstein's ideas. Had he not worked on them, they would most probably not have emerged then. We may not even have them today. In some ways, Einstein's theory is conservative. It is the last "classical" field theory in the sense that "classical" can mean "non-quantum." In another sense, it is anything but conservative. The theory is quite different from any theory before or after. It treats a force by means of geometry and eventually leads to startling notions: black holes, other universes and the bridges to them and even the possibility of time travel. All other theories of forces have been readily swept into quantum theory. General relativity has resisted and the problem of bringing general relativity and quantum theory together remains one of the most difficult, outstanding puzzles of modern physics.
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 36. General Relativity - Reference Library - RedOrbit General Relativity General Relativity is the common name for the theory of gravitation published by Albert Einstein in 1915.http://www.redorbit.com/education/reference_library/universe/general_relativity/

 37. Lecture Notes On General Relativity - ArXivgr-qc/9712019 V1 3 Dec File Format PDF/Adobe Acrobathttp://www.astrohandbook.com/ch10/general_relativity.pdf

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40. General Relativity
His thoughts and beliefs are some of the very few certainties that scientists can rely on (General Relativity, Wikipedia). Created in 1915, the theory of
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