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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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He says "things are crazy here with the press. They all want an article. They want a lecture. They want photographs. It is all a craziness."

This is, you know, one of the first great ages of photography. There are pictures of Einstein. There are undersea cables. People are carrying news all over the world. There are newsreels, you know, you can see the men moving and talking.

"Without such freedom, there would have been no Shakespeare, no Goethe, no Newton, no Faraday, no Pasteur, and no Lister."

But despite the public adulation, scientists still have their doubts about his theory.

People are making a mistake. They are mistaking Einstein's fame for acceptance of his theory. They are equating the two and that's very far from what happened.

A backlash set in. In the New York Times, you could see that there were constantly, constantly questioning who is this famous scientist?

Most the British people and most Americans, mostly people from the allied powers were very hostile to German after the war. They were not at all interested in reconciliation. So many people were saying: oh, Eddington was so motivated by the goal of peace and promoting international brotherhood. He was so convinced by the theory that perhaps he allowed himslef to be a little bit biased.

He's been criticized for fudging the figures.

The photographic results from the two solar eclipse expeditions, Eddington's and Campbell's, result in a split decision. Another expedition will need to be mounted. Both Einstein, who has been trying to prove his theory since he first proposed it in 1907, and Campbell, who has been working on the problem since 1911, have tremendous personal stakes in the results.

Now it was a matter of not just science, it was a matter of international reputation. It was a matter of personal reputation. This was personal.

Campbell checks the charts and sees the next best eclipse to photograph will be in Australia, in 1922, more than two years from now. And it turns out he will not be the only one to take the challenge.

It's 1921 and the 42 year old Albert Einstein becomes science's first superstar.

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He says "things are crazy here with the press. They all want an article. They want a lecture. They want photographs. It is all a craziness."

This is, you know, one of the first great ages of photography. There are pictures of Einstein. There are undersea cables. People are carrying news all over the world. There are newsreels, you know, you can see the man moving and talking.

"Without such freedom, there would have been no Shakespeare, no Goethe, no Newton, no Faraday, no Pasteur, and no Lister."

But despite the public adulation, scientists still have their doubts about his theory.

People are making a mistake. They are mistaking Einstein's fame for acceptance of his theory. They are equating the two and that's very far from what happened.

A backlash set in. In the New York Times, you could see that there were constantly, constantly questioning who is this famous scientist?

Most the British people and most Americans, mostly people from the allied powers were very hostile to German after the war. They were not at all interested in reconciliation. So many people were saying: oh, Eddington was so motivated by the goal of peace and promoting international brotherhood. He was so convinced by the theory that perhaps he allowed himslef to be a little bit biased.

He's been criticised for fudging the figures.

The photographic results from the two solar eclipse expeditions, Eddington's and Campbell's, result in a split decision. Another expedition will need to be mounted. Both Einstein, who has been trying to prove his theory since he first proposed it in 1907, and Campbell, who has been working on the problem since 1911, have tremendous personal stakes in the results.

Now it was a matter of not just science, it was a matter of international reputation. It was a matter of personal reputation. This was personal.

Campbell checks the charts and sees the next best eclipse to photograph will be in Australia, in 1922, more than two years from now. And it turns out he will not be the only one to take the challenge.

It's 1921 and the 42 year old Albert Einstein becomes science's first superstar.
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He says, "Things are crazy here with the press. They all want an article. They want a lecture. They want photographs. It is all a craziness."
This is, you know, one of the first great ages of photography. There are pictures of Einstein. There are undersea cables. People are carrying news all over the world. There are newsreels, you know, you can see the man moving and talking.
"Without such freedom, there would have been no Shakespeare, no Goethe, no Newton, no Faraday, no Pasteur, and no Lister."
But despite the public adulation, scientists still have their doubts about his theory.
People are making a mistake. They are mistaking Einstein's fame for acceptance of his theory. They are equating the two and that's very far from what happened.
A backlash set in. In the New York Times, you could see that there were constantly, constantly questioning who is this famous scientist?
Most the British people and most Americans, mostly people from the allied powers were very hostile to German after the war. They were not at all interested in reconciliation. So many people were saying: oh, Eddington was so motivated by the goal of peace and promoting international brotherhood. He was so convinced by the theory that perhaps he allowed himslef to be a little bit biased.
He's been criticised for fudging the figures.
The photographic results from the two solar eclipse expeditions, Eddington's and Campbell's, result in a split decision. Another expedition will need to be mounted. Both Einstein, who has been trying to prove his theory since he first proposed it in 1907, and Campbell, who has been working on the problem since 1911, have tremendous personal stakes in the results.
Now it was a matter of not just science, it was a matter of international reputation. It was a matter of personal reputation. This was personal.
Campbell checks the charts and sees the next best eclipse to photograph will be in Australia, in 1922, more than two years from now. And it turns out he will not be the only one to take of the challenge.
It's 1921 and the 42 year old Albert Einstein becomes science's first superstar.
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[Homework]2012-05-28 阿尔伯特·爱因斯坦 Einstein—32

He says things are crazy here with the press. They want an article. They want a lecture. They want photographs. It's all a craziness.

This is, you know, one of the first great ages of photography. There are pictures of Einstein. There are undersea cables. People are carrying the news all over the world. There are newsreels, you know, you can see the man moving and talking.


Without such freedom, there would have been no Shakespeare, no Goethe, no Newton, no Faraday, no Pasteur, and no Lister.


But despite the public adulation, scientists still have their doubts about his theory.


People are making mistakes. They are mistaking Einstein's fame for acceptance of his theory. They are equating the two and that's very far from what happened.


A backlash set in. In the New York Times, you can see there were constantly, constantly questioning who is this famous scientist.


Most of British people, most Americans, most people from Allied powers were very hostile to Germans after the war. They were not at all interested in Britain's reconciliation. So many people were saying, oh, Eddington was so motivated by the goal of peace and promoting international brotherhood. He was so convinced by the theory that perhaps he allowed himself to be a little bit biased.


He has been criticized for fudging the figures.


The photograph results from the two solar eclipse expeditions, Eddington's and Campbell's,  resulted in a split decision. Another expedition will need to be mounted. Both Einstein, who has been trying to prove his theory since he first proposed it in 1907, and Campbell, who has been working on the problem since 1911, have tremendous personal stakes in the results.


Now it was a matter not just of science, it was a matter of international reputation, it was a matter of personal reputation. This was personal.


Campbell checks the charts and sees the next best eclipse to photograph will be in Australia in 1922, more than two years from now. And it turns out he will be not the only one to take the challenge.


It's 1921. And 42-year-old Albert Einstein becomes science's first super star.

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Homework:

He says, things are crazy here with the press, they all want an article, they want the lecture, they want photographs, it is all a craziness.

This is, you know, one of the first great ages of photography, there are pictures of Einstein, there are undersea cables, people can carry news all over the world. There are newsreels, you know, you can see the man moving and talking.

Without such freedom, there would have been no Shakespeare, no Goethe, no Newton, no Faraday, no Pasteur, and no Liszt.

But despite the public adulation, scientists still have doubts about his theory.

People are making a mistake, they’re mistaking Einstein’s fame for acceptance of his theory. They’re equating the two, and that’s very far from what happened.

A backlash set in. In the New York Times you could see they were constantly, constantly questioning who is this famous scientist.

Most, the British people and most Americans will, people from the Ally part were very hostile at the Germany after the war. They were not at all interested in reconciliation. So many people were saying, oh, Eddington was so motivated by the goal of peace, promoting international brotherhood, he was so convinced by the theory that perhaps he allowed himself to be a little bit biased. He’s been criticized for fudging the figures.

The photographs from the 2 solar eclipse expeditions, Eddington’s and Campbell’s result in a split decision, another expedition will need to be mounted, both Einstein who has been trying to prove his theory since he first proposed it in 1907, and Campbell who has been working on the problem since 1911 have tremendous personal stakes in the results,

Not it was a matter of not just science, it was a matter of international reputation, it was a matter of personal reputation. This was personal.

Campbell checks the charts, and sees that the next best eclipse to photograph will be in Australia in 1922. More than 2 years from now, and it turns out he will not be the only one to take up the challenge.

It’s 1921, and the 42 year old Albert Einstein become scientists’ first super star.
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本帖最后由 simba2008 于 2012-6-10 00:25 编辑

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He says “things are crazy here with the press, they all want an article, they want a lecture, they want photographs, it is all a craziness.
This is, you know, one of first great ages photography. There are pictures of Einstein. There are undersea cables. People can carry news all over the world. There are newsreels, you know, you can see the men moving and talking.
“without such freedom, there would have been no Shakespeare, no Goethe, no Newton, no Faraday, no Pasteur, and no Lister.”
But despite public adulation, scientists still have their doubt about his theory. People are making mistake. They are mistaking Einstein’s fame for acceptance of his theory. They are equating the two and that’s very far from what happened.
A backlash set in, in New York Times, you could see that there were constantly, constantly questioning who is this famous scientist.
Most British people and most north Americans, mostly people from allied power were very hostile to Germany after the war. They are not at all interested in the reconciliation. So many people were saying: “oh, Eddington was so motivated by the goal of peace and promoting international brotherhood, he was so convinced by the theory that perhaps he allowed himself to be a little bit biased. He has been criticized for fudging the figures.
The photographic results from the two solar eclipse expeditions, Eddington and Campbell’s, result in a split decision. Another expedition will need to be mounted. Both Einstein who has been trying to prove his theory since he first proposed it in 1907 and Campbell who has been working on this problem since 1911 have tremendous personal stakes in the results.
Now it’s a matter of not just science, it’s a matter of international reputation. It was a matter of personal reputation. This was personal.
Campbell checks the charts, and sees that the next best eclipse to photograph will be in Australia in 1922 more than two years from now. And it turns out he will not be the only one to take the challenge.
It’s 1921, and 42 year old Albert Einstein becomes science’s first superstar.
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He says things are crazy here with the press, they all want an article, they want a lecture, they want photographs, it is all a craziness
This is, you know, one of the first great ages of photography, pictures of Einstein, there are undersea cables, people are carrying news all over the world, there are newsreels, you know, you can see the man moving and talking.
Without such freedom, there would have been no Shakespeare, no G, no Newton, no F, no P, and no Lister.
But despite public adulation, scientists still have their doubts about his theory.
People are making mistake, they are mistaking Einstein’s fame for acceptance of his theory, they are equating the two and that’s very far from what happened.
A backlash set in, in the New York Times, you can see that there were constantly, constantly questioning who is this famous scientist.
Most the British people and most Americans and most people from allied powers were very hostile to the Germany after the war, they were not at all interesting in reconciliation. So many people would say: oh, E was so motivated by the goal of peace, promoting international brotherhood, he was so convinced by the theory that perhaps he allowed himself to be a little bit biased.
He’s been criticized for fudging the figures.
The photographic results from two solar eclipse expeditions, E’s and Campbell’s result in a split decision, another expedition will need to be mounted, both Einstein who has been tried to prove his theory since he first proposed it in 1907 and Campbell who has been working on the problem since 1911 has tremendous person stakes in the results.
Now it was a matter of not just science, it was a matter of international reputation, it was a matter of personal reputation, this was personal.
Campbell checks the charts and sees the next best eclipse to photograph will be in Australia in 1922, more than two years from now and it turns out he will not be the only one to take the challenge.
It’s 1921 and 42 year old Albert Einstein becomes science’s first superstar.
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