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  1. Very Special Relativity: An Illustrated Guide by Sander Bais, 2007-10-31
  2. Relativity: The Special and the General Theory--A Clear Explanation that Anyone Can Understand by Albert Einstein, 1988-10-05
  3. The Principle of Relativity (Dover Books on Physics) by Albert Einstein, Frances A. Davis, 1952-06-01
  4. Special Relativity (Mit Introductory Physics Series) by A.P. French, 1968-09-30
  5. A First Course in General Relativity by Bernard F. Schutz, 1985-02-22
  6. Relativity Demystified by DavidMcMahon, Paul M. Alsing, 2005-12-02
  7. Relativity: The Special and the General Theory, The Masterpiece Science Edition, by Albert Einstein, 2005-11-22
  8. General Relativity by Robert M. Wald, 1984-06-15
  9. The Meaning of Relativity, Fifth Edition: Including the Relativistic Theory of the Non-Symmetric Field (Princeton Science Library) by Albert Einstein, 2004-11-01
  10. Inside Relativity by Delo E. Mook, Thomas Vargish, 1991-03-01
  11. Problem Book in Relativity and Gravitation by A. Lightman, R. H. Price, 1975-12-01
  12. Relativity Simply Explained by Martin Gardner, 1997-03-06
  13. Einstein's Theory of Relativity by Max Born, 1962-06-01
  14. General Relativity (Springer Undergraduate Mathematics Series) by N.M.J. Woodhouse, 2006-11-15

161. General Theory Of Relativity
General Theory of relativity. After 1905, Einstein theory of relativity. Einstein called his new work the general theory of relativity.
General Theory of Relativity After 1905, Einstein continued working in all three of his works in the 1905 papers Back to Scientific Works Home

162. Austrian Institute For Nonlinear Studies (AINS)
Toward a Unification of relativity and Quantum Theory via Circularly Causal Modeling; an aether theory based on, and extending, the deBroglieBohm interpretation.
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163. Ask A High-Energy Astronomer: Relativity
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  • Can you recommend web sites that discuss space time?
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  • 164. Henk Van Elst -- Selected References In Relativistic Cosmology And General Relat
    Online list of classic research papers in relativistic cosmology and general relativity, with links to when available.
    Classic (or otherwise useful) papers in
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  • Spatially Homogeneous and Isotropic Cosmological Models (FLRW Models)
  • Spatially Homogeneous Cosmological Models (Bianchi Models)
  • (Linearised) Spatially Inhomogeneous Perturbations of FLRW Models
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  • 165. Theory Of Analytical Space-Time
    A unified theory of quantum mechanics and relativity. Includes a derivation and article of the theory.
    Welcome to the Site of Analytical Space-time! A new theory that fundamentally unifies
    and Quantum Mechanics in Chapter 2 English Best for IE5.X and 800*600 resolution Download PDF format in English only In case you can not access this website again or the webpages show too slowly, please try the following sites instead: http:// In China In USA visits since June 16, 1999
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    166. Books: Lit: Brace Yourself, Mitchard’s Latest Headed Our Way (
    Review of A Theory of relativity.
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    Lit: Brace yourself, Mitchard’s latest headed our way
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    (A compilation from independent bookstores) It wasn’t there when I left work on Monday, but by Tuesday the advance reader’s copy of Jacquelyn Mitchard’s newest novel, "A Theory of Relativity" had arrived. It was wrapped inconspicuously enough that I didn’t suspect a thing. When I opened the brown mailer, I took one look and slid the book under a pile of papers on my desk. I knew that if anyone saw it, this book would get snatched away from me before I’d even had a chance to take a peek between its covers. In Wisconsin, a new Mitchard book has the cachet of, say, a new John Updike novel in New York. Later, I let my boss know it had arrived, and I even let him hold it. He read the back cover, clutched it close and feinted back and forth as if to hand it back to me, but he didn’t. My hand remained outstretched, and I fixed him with an eagle eye. He finally relinquished it.

    167. Essay On The Unified Theory Of The Classical Fields Of Gravitation And Electroma
    A new attempt to establish a unified theory of the classical fields of gravitation and electromagnetism which complies with the geometric paradigm of the theory of relativity of Albert Einstein.
    Essay on the Unified Theory of the Classical Fields of Gravitation and Electromagnetism After the publication of the general theory of relativity in 1916, Albert Einstein tried to establish a unified theory of the classical fields of gravitation and electromagnetism. Although he published many attempts on the subject until 1955, it is sadly wise to say that he did not succeed. We would like to introduce a new attempt to establish a unified theory of the classical fields of gravitation and electromagnetism which complies with the geometric paradigm of the theory of relativity of Albert Einstein. The theory we shall describe is geometrically unified in the sense that the fields equations, and the Hamiltonian function from which they derive, are formally unified entities (i.e. they are not the sum of several independent parts) which depend only on the metric of the particular spacetime being considered. The essay is downloadable in "TeX", "DVI" and "pdf" formats. Download of the essay: "TeX" Format (121 KB)

    168. BOOK Magazine
    Review of A Theory of relativity.
    from the July/August 2001 issue
    Relative Truths
    by Kera Bolonik
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    A Theory of Relativity
    A Theory of Relativity
    Eleven weeks after Suzanne died, Mole was killed in a traffic accident in the Wisconsin Dells resort area. Over the next six months, the baby was shuttled back and forth between both sets of grandparents. Then, in January 1998, Scott petitioned the court to adopt Abigail, as he promised his sister he would. But a Milwaukee County Circuit Court judge expressly ignored Suzanne's will, ruling that Scott could not adopt his niece because he was not a relative under Wisconsin law; both he and Suzanne were adopted as babies themselves, and the judge instead awarded temporary custody to Mole's cousin.
    Rosemary Albrecht, Suzanne and Scott's mother (who had gone through her own struggle while adopting them because she is wheelchair-bound), says she was "flabbergasted" when her son walked out of court that day. "He said, 'I was just told that I was nobody, that I didn't have a mother and father.' "
    Mitchard, a journalist who has adopted four children herself, was equally shocked when she first learned of the story from the local paper. "I knew I had to write about it," the author of 1996's

    169. The 5D Space-Time-Matter Consortium
    We are a group of physicists and astronomers working on a 5dimensional version of general relativity.
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    170. A Simple Model Of Waveform Particles. Theory Of Everything.
    Piers J Newberry. An outline of the theory of everything is here based on dense space which is readily derivable from relativity.
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    A Simple Model of Waveform Particles, Basis for a Theory of Everything
    Herein a simple model of wave form particle duality is presented. It has numerous ramifications for the formation of a unified theory. It is shown that the effective center of mass of particles moves with due to their spin causing them to adopt wave form characteristics. As this represents an explaination of one of the fundemental problems in physics the result produces many predictions for verification of the theory and some significant insights into sub atomic physics. NOTE REVIEWERS – This has been published in Physigma with the other paper. I am currently looking to get this published in a peer reviewed journal. However I have very little time and hope you will want to contribute to the paper to improve its quality. It is almost there. The first section is based on real observations, accepted physics and gives an important result it should without any doubt whatsoever be published. The sections under the title ‘Possible equivalence shown through electron diffraction’ are different in character. It is speculative and is present to give others a foundation for further investigation. Therefore you may wish to change or delete that section prior to submission for publication. Methods
    In fig 1 at the top of the sinusoidal cycle the particle has an anti-clockwise rotational movement. The bottom of the particle travels more quickly relative to the surrounding space than the top as its total velocity is the formed from the collusion of both vectors A and B. If the particle spins quickly the base of the particle gets heavier according to E = mc

    171. Welcome To The Warp Special Relativity Simulator Web Page
    Special relativity simulator, including doppler shifting, lorentz transforms, optical aberration, and the headlight effect.


    Home Warp is a program used to illustrate the appearance of fast moving objects due to special relativity. Warp allows you to see what would happen to the appearance of objects as they reach extremely high speeds. We don't normally see these 'relativistic' effects because the speeds associated with every day life don't compare with the speed of light . To whet your appetite, here's what happens to Stonehenge at high speeds . . . Very strange! Anyway, if you want to learn more about special relativity then a good place to start is the about page. Once you've done that, try out the Warp special relativity simulator for yourself by downloading it! You'll now be wondering how to use Warp, so read the Lessons . If you still have questions, try the FAQ Finally, I've given you some links for those of you who want to learn more about Einstein's special relativity. If you have any questions about relativity, or any other comments, please post a message in the Forum
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    172. Physics 7 Main Page
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    173. HyperPhysics Concepts
    Index. HyperPhysics, Go Back.
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    174. Departure Technologies
    Software tool which allows you to visualize and interactively explore your extended family tree.

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