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A theory of everything?
In his later years, Einstein sought a unified theory that would extend general relativity and provide an alternative to quantum theory. There is now talk of a ‘theory of everything’ (althoughExpand
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Einstein's search for general covariance, 1912 - 1915.
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Conceptual problems of quantum gravity
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Hilbert's Foundation of Physics: From a Theory of Everything to a Constituent of General Relativity
Remarkably, Einstein was not the first to discover the correct form of the law of warpage [of space-time, i.e. the gravitational field equations], the form that obeys his relativity principle.Expand
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A World Without Time: The Forgotten Legacy of Gödel and Einstein
The book’s title suggests its three main themes: 1) “A World Without Time”: Gödel’s argument, based on his interpretation of the theories of relativity (both special and general), for the “unreality”Expand
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What a physicist can learn from the discovery of general relativity.
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The collected papers of Albert Einstein
List of Texts xiii List of Illustrations xxxiii INTRODUCTORY MATERIAL Introduction to Volume 14 xxxv Editorial Method of the Series lxxxv Acknowledgments xciii Note on the Translation xcv List ofExpand
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Einstein's Miraculous Year: Five Papers That Changed the Face of Physics
ForewordPublisher's PrefaceIntroduction3Pt. 1Einstein's Dissertation on the Determination of Molecular Dimensions29Paper 1A New Determination of Molecular Dimensions45Pt. 2Einstein on BrownianExpand
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