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What you will learn is a step-by-step, mathematically logical presentation of Einstein's historic 1915-1916 General Relativity theory. It will require some prior reading of the earlier pdfs to fully appreciate and understand. However it is entirely within anyone's basic ability in algebra and pre-calculus mathematics to do so plus a desire to learn and understand this historic piece of philosophic insight into nature's mysterious majesty.

This pdf is given in Adobe's Acrobat Portfolio format which is a portfolio compilation of 32 individual step-by-step Acrobat pages of pdfs each of which can be downloaded to your computer desktop for careful reading. Therefore for the best experience, open this PDF Portfolio in Acrobat X or the free Adobe Reader X, or later. It is thus being presented here in this sort of format in order to afford a seamlessly logical experience.

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Hebrew University 'puzzle' solved - Einstein paper found!

The lost paper part of Einstein's General Relativity documents now completes Einstein's relativity archive which is held in trust as donated by him at Will. Further it should be noted that Einstein was a Founder of both the Hebrew University of Jerusalem as well the Technion University - Israel's MIT - upon his travels to Israel in 1923.

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