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阿尔伯特·爱因斯坦  |  Albert Einstein



    阿尔伯特·爱因斯坦美籍德国犹太裔,理论物理学家,世界十大杰出物理学家之一,现代物理学的开创者、集大成者和奠基人,相对论的创立者,同时也是一位著名的思想家和哲学家。爱因斯坦1900年毕业于苏黎世联邦理工学院,入瑞士国籍。1905年获苏黎世大学哲学博士学位。曾在伯尔尼专利局任职,在苏黎世工业大学、布拉格德意志担任大学教授。1913年返德国,任柏林威廉皇帝物理研究所所长和柏林洪堡大学教授,并当选为普鲁士科学院院士,1921年获诺贝尔物理学奖,1933年因受纳粹政权迫害,迁居美国,任普林斯顿高级研究所教授,从事理论物理研究,1940年入美国国籍。1999年被美国《时代周刊》评选为“世纪伟人”。

     In 1914, a team of American and German scientists set up camp on the shores of Russia's Black Sea. Their goal: to conduct an experiment involving one of nature's most spectacular phenomena -- a total eclipse of the sun. The results had the potential to explode 200 years of scientific conjecture, change forever the way scientists view the universe and launch the career of the most brilliant star in the scientific firmament -- Albert Einstein.

  Albert Einstein`s revolutionary theory that turned the world upside down might have been dismissed but for a math mistake, a cloudy sky, and the start of World War I. This fascinating two-hour special tells the story of Einstein`s little-known, 15-year struggle to prove one of his most radical theories   a theory that upended Newton and three centuries of scientific thought and called into question the definitions of space and light and gravity  the game-changing concept known as the Theory of General Relativity. Today, more than a century since the  Miracle Year in which he published many of his breakthrough papers, Einstein`s ideas remain a living, vibrant influence.

 

 

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Eddington opens it up and realizes immediately that he's seeing something of tremendous scientific significance.

And he writes back to De Sitter, no one in England knows about this, no one. So he asks De Sitter, tell me about this Einstein.

De Sitter says, well, Einstein didn't like the war and in fact, had written a manifesto against the war. And when Eddington hears this, he says this is perfect. This is so important. We have to do something with it.

The mission becomes more than a scientific quest. Like Einstein, Eddington is isolated because of his political convictions. Eddington sees this exciting scientific challenge as a way to show that scientists across enemy lines can support each other for a higher purpose.

Eddington says Relativity is the most important scientific theory since Newton and it's done by a German, and even better, Einstein, a brilliant peaceful scientist. He wants to stand up there and show the world, show his scientific colleagues that an English man will stand up for a German. And an eclipse expedition was the perfect opportunity.

But the forces of interplanetary alignment may not wait for the war to be over. The next full eclipse will occur in June, 1918 and it won't be visible in England where Eddington is trapped by war. However, it will be seen in the state of Washington, pratically in the backyard of a man who has been done this road before, William Wallace Campbell, of California's Lick Observatory.

There was going to be another eclipse in 1918, not very far from Lick Observatory in Goldendale, Washington in the west.

If Campbell succeeds in photographing this eclipse, he can be the first person to determine if Einstein's theory is right or wrong.

Because there was a war going on, no one else could go. The Europeans can't send an expedition and so he had the field to himself.

But Campbell also has a problem. They didn't have their equipment because it was still trapped in Russia.

Campbell had been forced to abandon his state of the art camera gear in the Crimea back in 1914 when World War I first broke out. So he improvises.

Campbell went scrambling around for equipment and in Lick Observatory they got a lens here, a tube here and they cobbled together a couple of cameras for Goldendale.

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Eddington opens it up and realizes immediately that he's seeing something of tremendous scientific significance.

And he writes back to De Sitter, no one in England knows about this, no one. So he asks De Sitter, tell me about this Einstein.

De Sitter says, well, Einstein didn't like the war and in fact, had written a manifesto against the war. And when Eddington hears this, he says this is perfect. This is so important. We have to do something with it.

The mission becomes more than a scientific quest. Like Einstein, Eddington is isolated because of his political convictions. Eddington sees this exciting scientific challenge as a way to show that scientists across enemy lines can support each other for a higher purpose.

Eddington says Relativity is the most important scientific theory since Newton and it's done by a German, and even better, Einstein, a brilliant peaceful scientist. He wants to stand up there and show the world, show his scientific colleagues that an English man will stand up for a German. And an eclipse expedition was the perfect opportunity.

But the forces of interplanetary alignment may not wait for the war to be over. The next full eclipse will occur in June, 1918 and it won't be visible in England where Eddington is trapped by war. However, it will be seen in the state of Washington, pratically in the backyard of a man who has been done this road before, William Wallace Campbell, of California's Lick Observatory.

There was going to be another eclipse in 1918, not very far from Lick Observatory in Goldendale, Washington in the west.

If Campbell succeeds in photographing this eclipse, he can be the first person to determine if Einstein's theory is right or wrong.

Because there was a war going on, no one else could go. The Europeans can't send an expedition and so he had the field to himself.

But Campbell also has a problem. They didn't have their equipment because it was still trapped in Russia.

Campbell had been forced to abandon his state of the art camera gear in the Crimea back in 1914 when World War I first broke out. So he improvises.

Campbell went scrambling around for equipment and in Lick Observatory they got a lens here, a tube here and they cobbled together a couple of cameras for Goldendale.
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[Homework]2012-05-11 阿尔伯特·爱因斯坦 Einstein—25

Eddington opens it up and realizes immediately that he is seeing something of tremendous scientific significance.   And he writes back to de Sitter, no one in England knows about this, no one. So he asks de Sitter, tell me about this Einstein. De Sitter says, well, Einstein didn't like the war and in fact had written a manifesto against the war. When Eddington hears this, he says this is perfect. This is so important we have to do something with it.
The mission becomes more than a scientific quest. Like Einstein, Eddington is isolated because of his political convictions. Eddington sees this exciting scientific challenge as a way to show that scientists across enemy line can support each other for a higher purpose.
Eddington says relativity is the most important scientific theory since Newton and it is done by a German, and even better Einstein a brilliant, peaceful scientist. He wanted to stand up there and show the world, show his scientific colleague that an English man will stand up for a German. And the eclipse expedition was the perfect opportunity.
But the forces of interplanetary of alignment may not wait for the war to be over. The next full eclipse will occur in June, 1918 and won't be visible in England where Eddington is trapped by war. However, it will be seen in the state of Washington, practically in the backyard of a man who has been down in this road before, William Wallace Campbell, of California's Lick Observatory.  
There was going to be another eclipse in 1918, not very far from Lick Observatory in Goldendale, Washington, in the west. If Campbell succeeds in photographs this eclipse, he can the first person to determine if Einstein's theory is right or wrong.
Because there was a war going on, no one else could go. The Europeans can't send an expedition. And so he had the field to himself. But Campbell also has a problem. They didn't have their equipment because it was still trapped in Russia. Campbell had been to abandon his state of the art camera gear in Crimea back in 1914 when WWI first broke out. So he improvises. Campbell went scrambling around for equipment and in Lick Observatory they got a lens here, a tube here, and they cobbled together a couple of cameras for Goldendale.



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Eddington opens it up and realizes immediately that he's seeing something of tremendous scientific significance.
And he writes back to De Sitter, no one in England knows about this, no one. So he asks De Sitter, tell me about this Einstein.
De Sitter says, well, Einstein didn't like the war and in fact, had written a manifesto against the war. And when Eddington hears this, he says this is perfect. This is so important. We have to do something with it.
The mission becomes more than a scientific quest. Like Einstein, Eddington is isolated because of his political convictions. Eddington sees this exciting scientific challenge as a way to show that scientists across enemy lines can support each other for a higher purpose.
Eddington says Relativity is the most important scientific theory since Newton and it's done by a German, and even better, Einstein, a brilliant peaceful scientist. He wanted to stand up there and showed the world, showed his scientific colleagues that an English man will stand up for a German. And an eclipse expedition was the perfect opportunity.
But the forces of interplanetary alignment may not wait for the war to be over. The next full eclipse will occur in June, 1918 and it won't be visible in England where Eddington is trapped by war. However, it will be seen in the state of Washington, practically in the backyard of a man who has been done this road before, William Wallace Campbell, of California's Lick Observatory.
There was going to be another eclipse in 1918, not very far from Lick Observatory in Goldendale, Washington in the west.
If Campbell succeeds in photographing this eclipse, he can be the first person to determine if Einstein's theory is right or wrong.
Because there was a war going on, no one else could go. The Europeans can't send an expedition and so he had the field to himself.
But Campbell also has a problem.
They didn't have their equipment because it was still trapped in Russia.
Campbell had been forced to abandon his state of the art camera gear in the Crimea back in 1914 when World War I first broke out. So he improvises.
Campbell went scrambling around for the equipment and in Lick Observatory they got a lens here, a tube here and they cobbled together a couple of cameras for Goldendale.
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[Homework]2012-05-11 阿尔伯特·爱因斯坦 Einstein—25

Eddington opens it up and realizes immediately that he's seeing something of tremendous scientific significance.
And he writes back to De Sitter, no one in England knows about this, no one. So he asks De Sitter, tell me about this Einstein.
De Sitter says, well, Einstein didn't like the war and in fact, had  written a manifesto against the war. And when Eddington hears this, he  says this is perfect. This is so important. We have to do something with  it.
The mission becomes more than a scientific quest. Like Einstein,  Eddington is isolated because of his political convictions. Eddington  sees this exciting scientific challenge as a way to show that scientists  across enemy lines can support each other for a higher purpose.
Eddington says Relativity is the most important scientific theory since  Newton and it's done by a German, and even better, Einstein, a brilliant  peaceful scientist. He wants to stand up there and show the world, show  his scientific colleagues that an English man will stand up for a  German. And an eclipse expedition was the perfect opportunity.
But the forces of interplanetary alignment may not wait for the war to  be over. The next full eclipse will occur in June, 1918 and it won't be  visible in England where Eddington is trapped by war. However, it will  be seen in the state of Washington, pratically in the backyard of a man  who has been done this road before, William Wallace Campbell, of  California's Lick Observatory.
There was going to be another eclipse in 1918, not very far from Lick Observatory in Goldendale, Washington in the west.
If Campbell succeeds in photographing this eclipse, he can be the first  person to determine if Einstein's theory is right or wrong.
Because there was a war going on, no one else could go. The Europeans  can't set an expedition and so he had the field to himself.
But Campbell also has a problem. They didn't have their equipment because it was still trapped in Russia.
Campbell had been forced to abandon his state of the art camera gear in  the Crimea back in 1914 when World War I first broke out. So he  improvises.
Campbell went scrambling around for equipment and in Lick Observatory  they got a lens here, a tube here and they coupled together a couple of  cameras for Goldendale.                                                   
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[Homework]2012-05-11 阿尔伯特·爱因斯坦 Einstein—25

Eddington opens it up and realizes immediately that he seems something of tremendous sicentific significance. And he writers back to the sitter. No one in England knows about this. No one! He asks the sitter wholy about this Einstein. The sitter says, well Einstein didn't like the war, and in fact had a really manifesto against the war. And when Eddington hears this, he says, this is perfect. This is so important we have to do something with it.
The mission becomes more than a scientific quest. Like Einstein, Eddington was isolated because of his political convictions. Eddington sees it as an exciting scienfitic challenge as a way to show that scientists across enemy lines can support each other for a higher purpose. Eddington says Relativity Theory is the most important scientific theory since Newton, and it's done by a German and even better. Einstein, a brilliant peaceful scientist.
He wants to stand there and show the world and show his scientific colleagues that an Englishman will stand up for a German. And he quoats that tradition was the perfect opportunity.
But hte forces of interplanetary allignment may not wait for the war to be over. The next fully eclips in June, 1980, and it won't be visible in England where Eddington was trapped by war. However, it will be seen in the state of Washington, practically in the backyard of a man who has been down this rode before, William Wallace Campbell, of California's Lick Observatory.  
It was going to another eclips in 1918, not very far from observatory  Lick Observatory in Goldendale, Washington, in the west. If Campbell succeeds in photograph in thie eclips, he can be first person to determine if Einstein's theory is right or wrong. Because it was a war going on, no one else could go.The European can set an expecpeditionm, and so he had a field to himself. But Cambell also has a problem. They didn't have their equipment because it was still trapped in Russia. Cambell has been forced to abandon his state   of the art camera gear in Crimea back in 1914 when WWI first broke out. So he improvises. Campbell went scrambling around for equipment and in Lick Observatory they got a lens here, a tube here, and they cobbled together a couple of cameras for Goldendale.
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Eddington opens it up and realizes immediately that he is seeing something of tremendous scientific significance. And he writes back to De Sitter, no one in England knows about this, no one. So he asks De Sitter tell me about this Einstein. De Sitter says, well, Einstein didn’t like the war, in fact had written a manifesto against the war, and when Eddington hears this, he says this is perfect. This is so important, we have to do something with it.

The mission becomes more than a scientific quest. Like Einstein, Eddington is isolated because of his political convictions. Eddington sees this as exciting scientific challenge as a way to show that scientists across enemy lines can support each other for a higher purpose. Eddington says relativity is the most important theory since Newton and it’s done by a German, and even better, Einstein, a brilliant peaceful scientist, he want to stand up there and show the world and show his scientific colleagues, that an English man will stand up for a German. And the eclipse expedition was the perfect opportunity. But the forces of inter-planetary alignment may not wait for the war to be over. The next fully eclipse will occur in June, 1918. And it won’t be visible in England where Eddington is trapped by war. However it will be seen in the state of Washington, practically in the backyard of a man who has been down this road before—William Wallace Campbell of California’s Lake Observatory.

It was going t be another eclipse in 1918, not very far from Lake Observatory in Goldendale Washington, in the west. If Campbell succeeds in photographing this eclipse, he can be the first person to determine if Einstein’s theory is right or wrong. Because there was a war going on, no one else could go. The Europeans can’t send an expedition, and so he had to field to himself. But Campbell also has a problem; they didn’t have their equipment, because it was still trapped in Russia. Campbell had been forced to abandon his state of the art camera gear in Crimea back in 1914, when World War I first broke out. So he improvises, Campbell went scrambling around for the equipment in Lake Observatory, they got lens here, tube here. And they corbeled together a couple of cameras for Goldendale.
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Eddington opens it up and realizes immediately as he is seeing something of tremendous scientific significance. And he writes back to De sitter. No one in England knows about this, no one. So he asks De Sitter, tell me about this Einstein.
De sitter says: “well, Einstein didn’t like the war and in fact, had written in a manifesto against the war.” And when Eddington hears this, and says “it’s perfect. this so important, we have to do something with it.” The mission becomes more than scientific quest. Like Einstein, Eddington is isolated because of his political convictions. Eddington sees this exciting scientific challenge as way to show that scientists across enemy line can support each other for a higher purpose. Eddington says: “Relativity is the most important scientific theory since Newton. And it’s done by a German, even better, Einstein, a brilliant, peaceful scientist. He wants to stand up there, and shows the world, shows his scientific colleagues that an Englishman will stand up for a German.
And eclipse expedition was the perfect opportunity. But the forces of interplanetary alignment may not wait for the world to be over.
The next full eclipse will occur in June 1918. And it won’t be visible in England where Eddington is trapped by war. However it will be seen in the state of Washington. Practically in the backyard of a man who has been done this road before—William Wallace Campbell of California Lick observatory
There was going to another eclipse in 1918, Not very far very from the Lick observatory in Goldendale Washington in the west.
If Campbell succeeds in photographing the eclipse, he can become first person to determine if Einstein theory is right or wrong.
Because there was a war going on, no one else could go. The European can’t send expedition and so he had the field to himself.
But Campbell also has a problem. They didn’t have their equipment because it’s still trapped in Russia. Campbell had been forced to abandon his state-of-the-art camera gear in Crimea back 1914 when world war one first broke out. So he improvises.
Campbell went scrambling around for equipment in Lick observatory, they got lens here, tube here, and they cobbled all together a couple of cameras for Goldendale.
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E opens up and realizes immediately that he’s seen something of tremendous scientific significance.
And he writes back to de S, no one in England knows about this, no one. So he asks de S tell me about this Einstein.
De S says: well, Einstein didn’t like the war, and in fact, had written a manifesto against the war. And when E hears this, this is perfect, this is so important, we have to do something with it.
The mission becomes more than scientific quest, like Einstein, E is isolated because of his political convictions, E sees this existing scientific challenge as a way to show that scientists across enemy lines can support each other for a higher purpose.
E says relativity is the most important theory since Newtown and is done by a German and even better Einstein is a brilliant peaceful scientist. He wanted to stand up there and showed the world and showed his scientific colleagues that an English man will stand up for a German and eclipse expedition was the perfect opportunity.
But the forces of interplanetary alignment may not wait for the war to be over. The next full eclipse will occur in June 1918, and it won’t be visible in England where E is trapped by war. However, it will be seen in the State of Washington, practically in the backyard of a man who has been done this role before, William, W C, of California Lick Observatory.
There was going to be another eclipse in 1918, not very far from Lick Observatory in Goldendale, Washington in the west.
If C succeeds in photographing this eclipse, he can be the first person to determine if Einstein’s theory is right or wrong.
Because there was a war going on, no one else can go, the European can’t send an expedition and so he had the field to himself.
But C also has a problem.
They didn’t have their equipment, because it was still trapped in Russia.
C had been forced to abandon his state of the art camera gear in the Crimea back in 1914 when the WWI first broke out. So he improvise.
C went scrambling around for equipment in Lick Observatory they got a lens here, a tube here and they cobbled together, a couple of cameras for Goldendale.
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