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theory of relativity

noun, Physics.
relativity (def 2).
Origin of theory of relativity
1960-65 Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • Examines the physics behind the mathematical formalism of the theory of relativity.
  • Known for his theory of relativity, this scientist was also a fashionista, patenting a suit jacket that adjusts with your weight.
  • There is no paradox, and if you believe that there is, then you clearly do not understand the accepted theory of relativity.
  • The quote is not related to the theory of relativity.
  • He admitted many times that his theory of relativity was wrong and tried to correct it many times in his life.
  • Perhaps a suitably profound problem is that of the slowing down of time-a well-established part of the theory of relativity.
  • Taken as a whole, they represent his basic theory of relativity and help form the basis of modern physics.
  • But according to the theory of relativity, nothing can go faster than light.
  • Our little theory of relativity inscription is, relatively speaking, brand-new.
  • Imagine you already know quantum theory, standard model of particles and theory of relativity, but you don't know thermodynamics.

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