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In his little book for the layman, Seven Brief Lessons on Physics author Carlo Rovelli states:
What is it about SR which is incompatible with gravity-as-a-force?But something disturbed [Einstein], his theory of [special] relativity does not fit with what we know about gravity, namely, with how things fall. He began to wonder if the law of "universal gravity" as formulated by the father of physics himself, Isaac Newton, was in need of revision in order to make it compatible with the new concept of relativity.
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