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International Numerical Relativity Group.

Resources and information on group projects, members, publications, collaborations, and more.

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The Inertia of Twins

A discussion of three paradoxes associated with the theory of relativity: the barn pole, super-luminal scissors and the twins.

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Imaginary Explanations

The peculiar aspects of quantum spin measurements in EPR-type experiments can be regarded as a natural extension of the principle of special relativity. This article looks at the mathematics of this ...

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7th Stone Mathematica - Ideas in Science

This site provides a wide array of multimedia activities on Waves, Vectors, Gravity, Algebra, Relativity, Quantum Mechanics, Statistics and Astronomy !

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Physics Flash Animations

A simply presented but comprehensive list of flash simulations, covering everything from classical mechanics to tutorials on relativity.

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Final Frontier - Space and Time

A series of pages explaining the concept of spacetime with good diagrams. Good introduction to relativity.

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The King's Centre for Visualization in Science

Explore science through a series of interactive applets on a range of topics from climate change, relativity and modern physics

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The twin paradox

This video animation explores how a person travelling close to the speed of light on board a rocket ages slower than their twin thanks to the relativity and time dilation.

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Multimedia Physics Studios

Part of the Physics Classroom, with plenty of animations demonstrating principles such as Newton's laws, special relativity, kinematics, waves, work, momentum and projectiles.

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Is The Universe Closed?

Does the theory of relativity imply a closed finite universe? This site tries to explain the theories. Very text heavy!

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