100 Years Of Einstein’s Theory Of Relativity – Explained In 3-Minutes By ‘Doctor Who’

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eisntein-video-doctor-who-Short Bytes: What could be a better way to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Albert Einstein’s Theory of General Relativity than watching a 3-minutes cartoon film explaining the theory?  

In later 2015, we celebrated the 100th anniversary of Albert Einstein’s Theory of General Relativity. Often described as “the equation that rules the universe”, it was the first step in Albert Einstein’s discoveries.

This iconic genius of all time presented his theory on November 25, 1915, and has helped us to understand the relationship between energy and matter. On the 100th anniversary, let’s take few minutes to watch a fun cartoon explaining the theory.

Financed by the Science & Technology Facilities Council in the UK, this cartoon is narrated by actor David Tennant, formerly of Doctor Who. This film is animated by Eoin Duffy, and written and produced by Jamie Lochhead.

Watch look at the video below:

 

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Also read: How Albert Einstein Started His “Lightspeed” Journey

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