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Solving The Mysteries of Gravity
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Solving The Mysteries of Gravity
This video reviews the efforts of numerical relativity and visualization aspects of general relativity. It is among the top 10 of the 1st NSF Science & Engineering Visualization Challenge Contest in 2003.

This video is formally titled Tackling the Riddles of Gravity.

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Posted by whatisgod on May 4, 2007
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