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Physics is the study of inanimate bodies. This is how you learned it in school, but physical laws also apply to us humans and other living beings. There are of course sub-areas of physics. Albert Einstein founded the theory of relativity, which is based on the fact that physical experiments must always be viewed from a relative reference system. Max Planck is the founder of quantum physics, which is based on the fact that the world and the universe are not a continuous spectrum, but are made up of the multiple of basic units. But there were already important findings before: The definition of the force according to Newton as F = m * a (force = mass * acceleration) or Newton's law of gravity, which assumes that the gravitational force is proportional to the masses of the bodies involved. Electricity was first discovered by Volta through twitching frogs' legs. Today our whole world is based on electricity, if one tries to use the term energy today, then electrical energy is always meant because it can be used. Maxwell found the connection between electricity and magnetism, so that today we can generate energy with dynamos and operate machines with electrical energy. The first machine in the modern sense was invented by James Watt, the steam engine. A new chapter in the history of science is now to be written with absolute theory. Since the Big Bang theory, it has been assumed that the universe has an origin that Albert Einstein did not assume. Accordingly, the theory of relativity must be expanded to include the absolute aspect. So everything can be seen absolutely to the origin, in particular every movement and equations arise, of which one had not suspected anything before.