A Brief History of Time
Random House Publishing Group, 1998 M09 1 - 240 páginas
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... theory of gravity , which tells us that the gravitational force between two bodies depends only on one number associated with each body , its mass , but is otherwise independent of what the bodies are made of . Thus one does not need to ...
... theory of light went out of favor during the nineteenth century ; it seemed that everything could be explained by the wave theory , and according to the wave theory , it was not clear that light would be affected by gravity at all ...
... gravity , the analogue of the history of a particle is now a complete curved space - time that represents the ... theory of general relativity , there are many different possible curved space - times , each corresponding to a different ...
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