When physicists talk about Einstein's equation they don't
usually mean the famous *E=mc ^{2}*, but another
formula, which encapsulates the celebrated general theory of
relativity, published in
1915. We asked physicist David Tong of the
University of Cambridge to explain what general relativity is and how
Einstein's equation expresses it. You can watch his explanation in the video
below, or read the accompanying article.

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