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Textbook style pages giving details of the postulates of special relativity, Lorentz transforms, The Twin Paradox, and a history of special relativity.
What is chemical engineering and how did it develop? A general historical perspective. The site contains general background for teachers and general information for students. Non technical.
Since light is bent by a gravity field according to general relativity, there is a possibility of focusing effects like that of a lens when there is a large collection of mass near the path of the ...
Stanford University's website about Gravity Probe B. An experiment to test two unverified theories of Einstein's General Theory of Relativity. Very easy to understand!
A set of introductory physics textbooks that can be downloaded free covering Newtonian Physics, Conservation Laws, Vibrations and Waves, Optics, Electricity and Magnetism, Modern physics and general ...
Lovely video presentation of Einstein's ideas; a fabulous way to learn about special relativity. Needs Quicktime
An illustrated introductory guide to relativity covering a wide range of topics. You may need to scroll down a way to find what you want but simply set out.
this is a very large site about theories of space-time and relativity. There is a lot of information here, presented in a fairly accessible way with good summary tables and illustrations.
An interactive flash simulation of special relativity. Your character moves near the speed of light, and you get to see all the strange effects that happen. Abstract physics in a hands-on format.
A page with good diagrams taking you through the thought processes behind Einstein's theory of relativity by thinking about elevators and rockets.
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