German Theoretical Physicist Albert Einstein’s Great Theories: Einstein’s Principle of Equivalence Theory, the Geometry of Spacetime, Einstein Improving Upon British Physicist Sir Isaac Newton’s Work, Einstein Arguing that Space and Time are Interconnected and Gravitational Time Dilation, Einstein’s Blind Beetle Analogy, the Astrographic Refractor Telescope Proving the Theory of General Relativity Correct, the Density of Neutron Stars, Einstein’s Prediction of Gravitational Waves, How Gravitational Waves are Detected, the Earth Compensating for Time Dilation at the Equator, and the Orbital Velocity of the International Space Station

Albert Einstein’s Principal of Equivalence theory, an idea which he called his “happy thought” states that as an object falls, it is weightless and therefore not subjugated to the force of gravity, as a falling object has 0G of force acting upon it as opposed to a standing object which has 1G of force acting upon it. Gravity doesn’t actually act upon the observer, it acts upon the space around the observer, a principal which is referred to as the “geometry of spacetime”. Einstein built upon Sir ...

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