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Einstein realizes his thought on gravity might explain Mercury’s orbit in ways Newtown’s law could not.
Was Newtown wrong? Einstein says: maybe is my theory of gravity, is this simple enough to explain all this experimental data? He calculated painfully the orbit of Mercury and there was a near perfect match. His equations on a notepad match the motion of heavenly bodies in outer space. He has heart palpitations and he suddenly realizes, oh my god, the theory is correct.
He was so filled with joy that he could not make his brain focus. For Einstein that’s a big deal.
He finally gets his equation right just as David H dose. There is a little bit of dispute who got the equations first.
There’s a lot of rancor at that moment, Einstein gets so hurt.
H was very gracious, he says its Einstein’s theory, Einstein deserves the credit.
He is victorious.
The theory is Einstein’s.
On November 25th 1915, a momentarily triumphant Albert Einstein holds in his hands what he believes is the finally equation for the General Theory of relativity, his theory of gravity, just in time for his presentation at the Prussian Academy.
He goes the Academy and speaks, not for very long, it’s a short paper.
With that, you have general theory of relativity, which describes how space and time tell matter and energy where to go, matter and energy tell space and time how to look. Utterly different view of what our universes like.
Who knows how much applause he got, nobody does.
Everyone suddenly found themselves confronted with the idea that the strange German Jew had overthrown Newton’s ideas of gravity, what exactly this meant now? No one was quite sure.
There is still no physical proof of it.
No one understood Einstein.
Einstein believes he’s finally got his theory right, but he knows that it won’t be accepted until he can prove it, and he can’t prove it without photographs of a total solar eclipse, for that, Einstein will have to wait again. 
