Albert Einstein's Theory Of Relativity

explanatory Essay
390 words
390 words

Albert Einstein’s Special Theory of Relativity, or Special Relativity, was first published in 1905 in a paper with the title of “On the electrodynamics of moving bodies.” As the title suggests, Special Relativity is a theory of “moving bodies,” or motion. It is a theory of how motion is dependent on the frames of reference of the observer, which went against previous schools of thought. (Stephani, 2004) As such, special relativity is described as a theory of how space and time would be perceived differently by distinct observers from distinct location.
The postulates of the special theory of relativity may be stated as follows:
1. The laws of physics have the same form in all inertial reference frames
2. The speed of light is constant regardless

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  • Explains albert einstein's special theory of relativity, which was first published in 1905 in a paper with the title "on the electrodynamics of moving bodies."
  • Explains that einstein's special theory of relativity is esoteric and difficult to understand, but its applications in real life cement his genius into history.
  • Explains the various theories employed in the gps and how they are interplayed with one another to piece together a complete picture of how the system works.
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