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289–290) Neither the reporters nor most of their readers would ever be able to understand all the details of Einstein’s theory but they could understand the significance of the fact that Einstein had shown that we do not live in a world ruled by the laws of Newton nor the axioms of Euclid. In the following days as the reports of this meeting spread around the world, Einstein attained an international celebrity status that he retained to the end of his life. For many he symbolized a hope for mankind.
Einstein enjoyed being amused and Mileva had become joyless and less attractive to Albert (Zackheim 1999, p. 66). ” (Levenson 2003, p. 28). Mileva and Albert moved to Berlin together but within 3 months Mileva was on her way back to Zurich with Albert’s two sons. She would live in Zurich for the rest of her life. Einstein would develop his General Theory of Relativity during the war years in Berlin without family distractions. For several years, Einstein had recognized that the theory of Special Relativity dealt nicely with coordinate frames that moved at constant speed with respect to one another – but not with frames involving acceleration.
23) However for special relativity, we must use a non-Euclidean metric! 29) Note! x 1 cosh ct sinh / C e2 x 2 C e3 x 3 : We see that this system is an alternate form of Einstein’s equations. Note! x x˝ D x vt, where v1 t/ v2 t or v D v1 C v2 . By contrast, for two successive boosts in special relativity, we have Â exp e10 2 B D B1 B2 or Ã Â D exp e10 D 1 C 1 Ã 2 Â exp e10 2 Ã , so 2 2. 18), sinh v D c cosh D sinh cosh D sinh. cosh. v2 =c/ cosh 1 C cosh 2 D . 31) As you might expect, for low velocities v1 v2 =c 2 0 so v v1 C v2 : You may have heard that a physical object cannot go faster than the speed of light.