This story was originally published on March 14, 2018.
It was republished on March 21, 2018 to mark the centenary of the first publication of Einstein’s General Theory of Relativity.
The first paper in the field was published in 1927, a decade before Einstein became famous.
In the years following his death, a number of scientists began to think about how Einstein’s theory could explain the universe.
They were trying to make sense of the way we live and interact with one another.
For centuries, Einstein’s theories have been the most important theories in physics.
However, it wasn’t until the 20th century that they started to be subjected to more scrutiny.
They are the basis for modern physics.
Today, Einstein, his ideas and the theory that he wrote down became known as General Relativity (GR).
The general relativity equations that govern our world have been around for over 200 years, but only a handful of people were able to crack the code.
But now a team of physicists from the University of Edinburgh have found a way to break the code in a new study.
In a paper published in Nature, the researchers described how they solved the puzzle of how to get the equations to work.
“It was a remarkable and exciting breakthrough,” said Professor Richard Dawkins, from the Institute of Advanced Study in Princeton, New Jersey.
“This is an exciting time for GR, but the more we understand it, the more it will be a huge challenge.”
A new theory is needed to understand why GR works General Relativism is a branch of physics that is based on the theory of relativity, a theory of space-time.
The theory of gravity describes how bodies behave around a central point in space and time.
In this theory, everything that moves has a certain momentum that gives it momentum.
Gravity can be measured by measuring the movement of atoms and molecules, or even the speed of light.
GR has been around since at least the late 19th century, but until now the physics of it has only been understood in a relatively simplified way.
This limited understanding made it difficult to see how it could explain phenomena such as how light behaves around us.
For instance, why do stars appear to move so fast?
In a simpler model, the way the light moves around our solar system is the same as if we had a rotating mirror.
So why is our Sun so hot?
Because it has mass.
But the mass is also important.
Because our Sun has such a large mass, it is the reason why it has such intense gravitational attraction to our planet, Earth.
But when it has a mass of just 100 millionths of a centimetre, it would seem like it couldn’t sustain that much energy.
This is because a mass like that could create the illusion that gravity is constant.
In fact, the mass of the Sun is only a tiny fraction of its mass, so it has to be so large to have a mass that could sustain that energy.
To solve this problem, the team used a quantum mechanical theory called the field theory.
They showed that if they could break the equations that describe the Sun’s motion, they could get the motion to behave as if it were spinning around a black hole.
In order to get this to happen, the equations had to be rearranged in the form of an equation.
The team used quantum mechanical calculations to calculate the equations for a black holes to be stable.
The equations were very simple, so they were able in principle to solve it in a very short time.
But this was the first time that they had shown that the equations can be rearrangementally changed to get a stable state of a black-hole.
The work has been described as “a breakthrough in GR”, and the work is the culmination of an effort that began in the 1960s.
The researchers first worked out the equations using an experimental setup known as a quantum spin tunneling microscope.
The microscope consists of a ring of aluminium atoms which are placed inside a metal plate.
The spin of the atoms is manipulated using a laser.
When the light is shone on the aluminium, the spin of each atom will change.
The resulting picture is the result of the laser light shining on the atoms.
This experiment can tell the exact position of the spin and the size of each of the two atoms.
The scientists then used a technique called quantum mechanical analysis (QMA) to calculate and compare the spin values of different atoms.
They then used this to calculate what the black hole’s spin would be.
The result was a stable black hole, a very stable blackhole and a very unstable black hole at the same time.
The final result is a stable, very stable and very unstable state of the black-holes.
The new theory has now been used to calculate a number for how long it would take for the spin to be in the desired state.
“These results indicate that there is a definite threshold that we need to pass for a stable result to be achieved,” said Dr Andrew