Relativity : the Special and General Theory - Free download PDF ebookRating: Rated: 21 times Rate It. I'm an author. Membership requires a valid email address. A collection of Einstein's own popular writings on his work, this FREE, ready for download eBook describes the meaning of Einstein's main theories in a way that virtually everyone can understand. It includes the great physicist's own explanations of both, the special and general theories.
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Einstein books. Special and general relativity. First published , first English edition Fifteenth enlarged edition published in English, January Contains some of the key historic scientific papers on relativity theory, translated into English where necessary. One nice feature of the "Geometry This means that if we assume that the universe is closed and finite, by using this projection we can instead describe it as infinite , but with a density variation that exactly compensates, so that the two descriptions become geometrically equivalent. It's a neat trick.