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Field: Relativity
Special Theory of Relativity --Space-Time Concept

Type: Initial Stirring
Category: Issue Responsive

Round of Debate: Zero
Side: Stirring View

A Critical Examination of the Space-Time Concept Advanced by Albert Einstein in his Special Theory of Relativity as a Theoretical Foundation of Studying Nature

Anonymous (Code AA050144-552)

Original Date: 11/28/98
Published Date: 12/03/98

Revised Date:
Sep 1, 2001

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