Paul shows how the equation for gravity is a guide to thinking.
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1923 film directed by Max and Dave Fleischer in collaboration with science journalist Garrett P. Serviss. The film was an attempt to explain Einstein’s theory of relativity to a broad, non-scientific audience. Some parts of this film are problematic from a scientific perspective. Other parts are actually quite helpful and the animations are very good.…