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1. “NASA Astronaut Explains the Theory of Relativity” This video from NASA features astronaut Don Pettit explaining the theory of relativity in a concise and easy to understand way. He goes through the basics of the theory, how it works, and the differences between Einstein's special and general theories of relativity. 2. “NASA Announces New Evidence of Gravitational Waves” This article from NASA discusses the recent announcement of the detection of gravitational waves. The waves were detected by the Laser Interferometer Gravitational Wave Observatory (LIGO) and confirmed earlier predictions made by Einstein’s theory of relativity. 3. “Relativity: The Basics” This article from Space.com explains the basics of the theory of relativity in an easy to understand way. It discusses the main concepts of the theory, including time dilation, space-time, and black holes. 4. “Gravitational Waves Detected, Confirming Einstein’s Theory of Relativity” This article from the New York Times discusses the recent discovery of gravitational waves. Scientists used the Laser Interferometer Gravitational Wave Observatory (LIGO) to detect the waves,

When Einstein defined the equivalence between mass and energy, he also defined what “support the geometry of space… In his General Theory of Relativity, he defined the force of gravity in terms of the energy density of space. This implies the mass and energy associated with it supports the geometric structure space because the equation ... Read more

Please follow and like us:0.9k1.1k7884041kIn Maxwell’s mathematical formulation of electromagnetism, he defined light as a propagating electromagnetic wave created by the interaction of its electric and magnetic fields While Einstein in his General Theory of Relativity defined the forces associated with gravity in terms of a geometric curvature or spatial displacement in space-time caused by ... Read more

The year 1905 was Albert Einstein’s “miracle year”. In that year, he published four papers in the renowned scientific journal Annalen der Physik. The first, on the photoelectric effect, established the quantum nature of light, and led to the award of a Nobel Prize some 17 years later. The second, on Brownian motion, confirmed the…