Theory of Relativity
, the most influential theory in physics,proposed by the genius and the most influential physicist,Albert Einstein is not just merely accepted by physicians allover the world, but also, it boasts of explaining maximumphenomena in our universe, which were previouslyunanswered by any other theory.Making the whole world accept your theory isn’t an ordinarything. It takes rigorous tests by experts in the field tovalidate its integrity. The best and unquestioned way of testing a theory is applying it to visible phenomena in theuniverse. The theory is expected to answer ‘Why’ about thatparticular phenomenon.
The postulates of Relativity are:
Relativity of simultaneity: Two events, simultaneous forsome observer, may not be simultaneous for anotherobserver if the observers are in relative motion.
Time dilation: Movingclocksare measured to tick more
slowly than an observer's "stationary" clock.
Length contraction: Objects are measured to beshortened in the direction that they are moving withrespect to the observer.
, energy and massare equivalent and transmutable.