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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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Einstein was waiting very anxiously. He was getting a lot of letters from friends and colleagues, asking if any news was afoot. But relations between England and Germany were very very frosty and Einstein didn't think it would be at all appropriate for him to presume to write to one of these English astronomers and ask what was going on.



Eddington returns to Cambridge observatory just as Campbell sails into London. Campbell is here to address the Royal Astronomical Society, an organization dating back to the age of Isaac Newton. He carries with him the secret results of his eclipse expedition of the year before.



Campbell is the first to speak and he was nervous because there were a lot of emotions flying about this, this test and a lot of reputations at stake.



The anxiety must have been enormous because he's in front of all of his colleagues.



There is that one moment, the one moment that you stand before your peers.



I don't think you'll ever really feel ready.



Butterflies.



And then finally, Campbell announces his results.



He said Einstein is wrong and Lick Observatory says Einstein is wrong.



But the session takes a dramatic turn when the reading of a cable from Eddington. His preliminary findings show just the opposite.



The British were gonna say that Einstein is right. Eddington still had more calculations to do and they wouldn't be ready for a couple of months.



But here we have the special meeting with Royal Astronomical Society. Everyone's watching. Campbell says Einstein is wrong. The British say, we don't know yet, but it looks like he might be right.



Having just delivered a death blow to Einstein, Campbell started to really get nervous, sitting in that room. Campbell sends an urgent message to his colleagues back in America, who were about to release their negative report on the eclipse photos. It was an historic cable of five words: Delay publishing Einstein Results. Campbell

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[Homework]2012-05-23 阿尔伯特·爱因斯坦 Einstein—30

Einstein was waiting very anxiously. He was getting a lot of letters from friends and colleagues asking if any news was afoot. But relations between England and Germany was very very frustrating, and Einstein didn't think it would be at all appropriate for him to presume to write to one of these astronomers and ask them what was going on.  Eddington returns to Cambridge Observatory just as Campbell sails into London. Campbell is here to address the Royal Astronomical Society, an organization dating back to the age of Issac Newton. He carries with him the secret results of the eclipse expedition of the year before.  
Campbell is the first to speak. And he was nervous because there were a lot of emotions flying about this test, and a lot of reputation at stake.
The anxiety must have been enormous because it is in front of all of his colleagues.  
There is that one moment, the one moment that you stand before your peers.
I don't think he ever really feels ready. Butterflies.
And finally Campbell announces his results.
He said Einstein is wrong and Lick Observatory says Einstein was wrong.
But the session takes a dramatic turn with the ring of a cable from Eddington. His preliminary findings show just the opposite.
The British was going to say Einstein is right. Eddington still had more calculations to do and they wouldn't be ready for a couple of months.
Here we have the special meeting of Royal Astronomical Society, everyone was watching, Campbell says Einstein is wrong, the British say, we don't know yet, but it looks like it might be right. They just delivered a death ball to Einstein. Campbell started to really get nervous sitting in that room.
Campbell sends an urgent message to his colleague back to America who were about to release their negative report on the eclipse photos. It was a stop cable of five words, delay publishing Einstein results, Campbell.





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[Homework]2012-05-23 阿尔伯特·爱因斯坦 Einstein—30

HWEinstein was waiting very anxious, he was getting a lot of letters from friends in colleges for asking If any news was failed . But the relation from the German was very very  frustrate. And Einstein did not think it was all the property for him to presume the right was waiting to strong words to ask what is going on. Eddington returns' was came to a victory, just his Campbell sailed into London. Campbell is here to address the royal astronomical society,and organization dating by to the age of Isaac Newton. He carried with them the secret results of the eclipse *aspectation of the year before. Campbell is the first speaker, he was nervous because there were a lot of motions flying about this test and a lot of reputation in that stage. In anxiety ,must paying nervous because it is from all of his colleges. There is that one moment. The one moment that you stand before your peers. I do not think you ever really feel ready but flush. And then finally, Campbell announced his result. He said Einstein is wrong, and like the victory said Einstein is wrong. But the section takes the dramatic turn with the read of cable from Eddington, his *plentery finding was so just opposite. The British was gonna to say the Einstein is right. Eddington still has more calculation to do and when it will be ready for a couple of months. Be here, we have the special waiting of the royal *astronomical society .Anyone was watching,Campbell said Einstein is wrong. The British said we do not know yet ,but it looks like it may be right.  And just delivered a death bell to Einstein. Campbell start to really get nervous, sitting in that room. Campbell sent an urgent message to his colleges back in American who are about to really stay their next report on the eclipse of photographs. It was the storm cable of the fair world, Delay publishing Einstein's results.

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Einstein was waiting very anxiously; he was getting a lot of letters from friends and colleagues asking if any news was afoot. But relationship between England and Germany was very, very frosting and Einstein didn’t think it would be all appropriate for him to presume to write to one of England’s astronomers and asking what was going on.

Eddington returns to Cambridge Observatory, just as Campbell sailed into London, Campbell is here to address the Royal Astronomical Society, an organization dating back to the age of Isaac Newton. He carries with him the secret results of his eclipse expedition of the year before.

Campbell is the first to speak and he was nervous because there were a lot of motions flying about this test, and a lot of reputations at stake, his anxiety must have been enormous, because he’s in front of all of his colleagues.

There is that one moment, that one moment that you stand before your peers, I don’t think you’ll ever really feel ready, butterflies, and then finally Campbell announces his results, he said Einstein is wrong and Lake Observatory says Einstein is wrong. But the session takes a dramatic turn with the reading of a cable from Eddington. His preliminary findings show just the opposite.

The British were gonna say that Einstein is right, Eddington still had more calculations to do and it wouldn’t be ready for a couple of months. But here we have the special meeting with the Royal Astronomical Society, everyone was watching. Campbell says Einstein is wrong, the British say we don’t know yet, but it looks like he might be right. You’ve just delivered a death blow to Einstein.

Campbell started to really get nervous, sitting in that room, Campbell sends an urgent message to his colleagues back in America who were about to release their negative report on eclipse photos. It was a stored cable of 5 words. Delay publishing Einstein results. Campbell.
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Einstein was waiting very anxiously. He was getting a lot of letters from friends and colleagues asking if any news was afoot. But relations between England and Germany was very very frustrating. And Einstein didn't think it would be at all appropriate for him to presume to write to one of these astronomers and ask them what was going on.  
Eddington returns to Cambridge Observatory just as Campbell sails into London. Campbell is here to address the Royal Astronomical Society, an organization dating back to the age of Issac Newton. He carries with him the secret results of the eclipse expedition of the year before.  
Campbell is the first to speak. And he was nervous because there were a lot of emotions flying about this test, and a lot of reputations at stake.
The anxiety must have been enormous because it is in front of all of his colleagues.  
There is that one moment, the one moment that you stand before your peers.
I don't think he ever really feels ready. Butterflies.
And then finally Campbell announces his results.
He said Einstein is wrong and Lick Observatory says Einstein is wrong.
But the session takes a dramatic turn with the ring of a cable from Eddington. His preliminary findings show just the opposite.
The British was going to say Einstein is right. Eddington still had more calculations to do and they wouldn't be ready for a couple of months.
Here we have the special meeting of Royal Astronomical Society, everyone was watching. Campbell says Einstein is wrong, the British say, we don't know yet, but it looks like he might be right. They just delivered a death ball to Einstein. Campbell started to really get nervous sitting in that room.
Campbell sends an urgent message to his colleagues back to America who were about to release their negative report on the eclipse photos. It was a stop cable of five words, delay publishing Einstein results, Campbell.
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HW
Einstein was waiting very anxiously. He was getting a lot of letters from friends and colleagues, asking if any news was afoot. But relations between England and Germany were very very frosty and Einstein didn't think it would be at all appropriate for him to presume to write to one of these English astronomers and ask what was going on.

Eddington returns to Cambridge observatory just as Campbell sails into London. Campbell is here to address the Royal Astronomical Society, an organisation dating back to the age of Isaac Newton. He carries with him the secret results of his eclipse expedition of the year before.

Campbell is the first to speak and he was nervous because there were a lot of emotions flying about this, this test and a lot of reputations at stake.

The anxiety must have been enormous because he's in front of all of his colleagues.

There is that one moment, the one moment that you stand before your peers.

I don't think you'll ever really feel ready.

Butterflies.

And then finally, Campbell announces his results.

He said Einstein is wrong and Lick Observatory says Einstein is wrong.

But the session takes a dramatic turn when the reading of a cable from Eddington. His preliminary findings show just the opposite.

The British were gonna say that Einstein is right. Eddington still had more calculations to do and they wouldn't be ready for a couple of months.

But here we have the special meeting with Royal Astronomical Society. Everyone's watching. Campbell says Einstein is wrong. The British say, we don't know yet, but it looks like he might be right.

Having just delivered a death blow to Einstein, Campbell started to really get nervous, sitting in that room. Campbell sends an urgent message to his colleagues back in America, who were about to release their negtive report on the eclipse photos. It was an historic cable of five words: Delay publishing Einstein Results. Campbell.
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本帖最后由 simba2008 于 2012-6-9 15:18 编辑

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E was waiting very anxiously, he was getting a lot of letters from his friends and collegues asking if any news was fu…(afoot adj. 在进行中的;徒步的;准备中adv. 在进行中,在准备中)but the relation between germany was very frosty, and E didn’t think it would be all (at all) the appropriate for him to presume the right of visiting the astronomers(to write to one of these astronomers) to ask what was going on. E returns to V O, just as C sails to London.C is here to address to the royal astronomical society, and the organisation dating back to the age of Newton.He carries with him the secret results of the eclipse expedition ( n. 远征,探险队,迅速) a year before. C is the first speak, and he was nervous,because there is a lot of notions (emotions) flying about this test and a lot reputations at stake. …..( The anxiety must have been enormous because it is in front of all of his colleagues. ) there is that one moment that you stand before your peers. I don’t think you ever really feel you are ready. Butterflies(追求享乐的人). And then finally c announce his results. He says E is wrong. …….but the session takes dramatical terms to re….. (with the ring of a cable n.电缆,vt. 打电报 from Eddington) his preliminary findings is just the opposite. The british was gonna say that E is right. E still has more calcutions to do. They wouldn’t be ready to for a couple of months. Before we had the special royal …..( Here we have the special meeting of Royal Astronomical Society) everyone was watching. C says E is wrong. The british say we don’t know yet, but it looks like it might be right. …….(They just delivered a death ball to Einstein.) C started to get really nervous sitting in that room. C sends a urgent message to his collegue back to America, who is about to release the negative report on eclipse photos. ….( It was a stop cable of five words,) delay publishing E results C .

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Einstein was waiting very anxiously, he was getting a lot of letters from friends and colleagues asking if any news was afoot, but relations between England and Germany were very, very frosty and Einstein didn’t think it would be all the appropriate to presume to write to one of these English astronomers and ask what was going on?
E returns to Cambridge observatory just as Campbell sails into London, Campbell is here to address Royal Astronomical Society and organization dating back to age of Isaac Newtown, he carries with him the secret result of eclipse expedition of the year before.
Campbell is the first speaker and he was nervous because there are a lot of emotion flying about this, this test, and a lot of reputations at the stake.
The anxiety must have been enormous because in front of all of his colleagues.
This is that one moment, one moment that you stand before you peers.
I don’t think he ever really feel ready, butterflies
And then finally, Campbell announces his result.
He said Einstein is wrong, and Lick Observatory says Einstein was wrong.
But the session takes dramatic turn with reading of a cable form E, his preliminary findings show just the opposite.
The British were gonna say that Einstein is right, E still had more calculations to do and they wouldn’t be ready for couples of months.
Be here we have the special meeting with Royal Astronomical Society, everyone is watching, Campbell says Einstein is wrong, but British say we don’t know yet, but it looks like he might be right, and just delivered a death blow to Einstein.
Campbell started to really get nervous, sitting in that room.
Campbell sends an urgent massage to his colleagues back in America who about to release their negative report on the eclipse photos, it was an historic cable of five words:
Delay publishing Einstein results, Campbell.
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