Coincidentally or not, Albert Einstein, the revolutionary physicist, pioneered the theory of relativity around the same time. In early 20th century, Einstein was living a similar life to Picasso, poor as he was in desperate times. What he came up with, thus, was an advancement none could predict, much like the artist, inspiring modern science as much as technology and thus providing an insight as to the intellectual climate of the first half of the 20th century.
There were other contributors as well, namely Niels Bohr, a Danish physicist and Max Planck, a German physicist who made their own by challenging Newton’s laws of motion with their quantum mechanics theories. Einstein suggested his theory of relativity in 1915, which challenged the notion that space-time, was fixed, thereby discounting Newton’s mechanics and special relativity which depended upon it. Edwin Hubble, an American astronomer, suggested a theory in 1929 which led to the understanding that the Universe was continuously expanding, thereby giving rise to the Big Bang theory by Georges Lemaître. Other major developments that followed were the production of the atomic bomb and the use of radar systems (Lu Yongxiang).
Physicians delved into the areas of big budget theory-testing since then, post Second World War, with government level funding provided to the creation of laboratories and research. This marked a new trend in Research, and goes to show to some length how both Art and Physics were influenced by the renaissance in creating the modern developments we are so familiar with today.
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