The Theory of Relativity

@article{MitchardTheTO,
  title={The Theory of Relativity},
  author={Jacquelyn Mitchard},
  journal={Nature},
  volume={107},
  pages={264-264}
}
THE earlier portion of Dr. Carmichael's book is a reprint of the first edition, which received notice in NATURE for March 12, 1914. The later pages, which are grouped together under one large chapter with twelve subheadings, deal with the generalised theory of relativity. The new chapter opens with a brief summary of results obtained from the restricted theory, and an account of the general theory follows. Sufficient detail is given to provide some explanation of the general theory of… 

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