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The Albert Eisntein's Theory of Realitivity says that everything is relative and changing state.

So, let see this sentence: Albert Einstein is the absolute in right when he says everything is relative and changing state.

So, how can he be the absolute in right when he says that everything is relative?

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if the 1st part of sentence will be true that the second part of the sentence can not be relative, only the absolute, but, if the 2nd sentence will be true that the 1st will be lia.so, any solution?

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also as per Tautology, this sentence is not true, so can not be true because one part is true but other is lia, but both are true. how is possible?

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Not everything is relative according to the theory of relativity. The speed of light in a vacuum, for example, is absolute. And the veracity of the theory itself is not claimed to be relative.

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Not everything is relative according to the theory of relativity. The speed of light in a vacuum, for example, is absolute. And the veracity of the theory itself is not claimed to be relative.

I will be curious to see what physicists say about the speed of light in a vacuum (and relativity in general) now that they have (tentatively) found particles traveling faster than the speed of light (just google "neutrino") :c)

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