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relativity in Physics topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishrelativityrel‧a‧tiv‧i‧ty /ˌreləˈtɪvəti/ noun [uncountable]  HPthe relationship in physics between time, space, and movement according to Einstein’s theory
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relativityHowever, as we have seen, classical general relativity predicts its own downfall.Einstein's original equations of general relativity predicted that the universe was either expanding or contracting.Bondi was then a professor of mathematics at Kings College, London, and an expert on general relativity.You could say that, de Nesle replied; or at least, relativity does come into it.They develop a form which conforms to their comprehension of relativity and which therefore adequately expresses it.The first kind of relativity, then, has to do with the conditions that define the methodology of enquiry.He uses relativity to throw light on time and eternity, and indeterminacy to comment on free will.