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Physics and Relativity

Nature volume 113, page 784 (31 May 1924) | Download Citation

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THE preoccupation of philosophers with relativity, to the exclusion of all other branches of science, is very puzzling to a physicist; but most puzzling of all is their continual assertion that relativity has had a profound influence on physics. May I place on record certain facts, well known to all physicists, which appear to me to dispose of this delusion.

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