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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 worked as a substitute teacher, or in short jobs in various towns. Einstein's father, had to apply on behalf of Einstein for academic positions. And he wrote to a very famous professor and asked him whether he could use Einstein as a research assistant. But there were no positions available.



His father passes away, thinking that young Albert is a total disgrace to the family. In 1902, the depressed and despondent young Albert moves to Bern, Switzerland's capital, and begins a career far from science.



One of his friends arranges for Einstein to get a job as a lowly patent clerk in the Swiss Patent Office.



In this office on the third floor, Einstein spends six days a week reviewing applications submitted by all kinds of inventors to the Swiss government.



Giving him a patent, you had all these information and he had to strip it down to the essence and that honed his skills as a physicist. He was very quickly dash off all the patents that he had to analyse.



He didn't find the work very strangeous. It was not so intellectually demanding.



And it would give him ample time to contemplate the universe.



He never would have been very good at the university, kissing up to a senior professor. He was much better of a steward in the patent office, trying to daydream about what it is like to ride alongside a light beam.



From that job, he would launch a revolution which would change world history.



Einstein's idle daydreams will profoundly change the way the universe is understood. In 1905, in what's been called his miracle year, he publishes in his spare time four visionary papers. The first of which answers the age-old question: what is light?



The photoelectric effect, this paper, written by this total unknown, show that light comes as a particle called the photon.



We use that in television. We use that in lasers.



In another paper, the 26-year-old Einstein posits something we now take for granted--the existence of atom.

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[Homework]2012-03-16 阿尔伯特·爱因斯坦 Einstein—2

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He worked as a substitute teacher in short jobs in various towns . Einstain's father applied on behalf of Einstain for academic positions and he wrote to a very  famous professor and asked him whether he could use Einstain as research assistant but there was no positions available.

His father passes away thinking that young Albert is a total disgrace to the family .

In 1902 the depressed and dispondent young Albert moves to Bern Switzerland capital and begins a career far from science.

One of his friends arranges for Einstain to get a job as a lonely patent clerk in the Swiss patent office.

In this office on the third floor, Einstain spend 6 days a week reviewing  applications submitted by all kinds of inventors to the Swiss government.

Given a patent you have all this information and he had to strip it down to the essence. In that whole interested skills as a physicist he would very quickly * all the patents that he had to analyze.

He didn't find the work very strangers that was not so interactually demanding.

And that gave him ample time to contemplate the universe.

He never would have been good at the University kissing up to a senior professor, he was much better in a s patent office trying to daydream about what is light to ride alongside light beam.

From that job he would launch a revolution which will change  world history.

Einstains idle daydreams will profoundly change the way the universe is understood. In 1905 what's been called his miracle year he published in his sparetime four visionary papers , the first of which answered age old question what is light.

The Photoelectric effect , this paper written by this total unkown show that light comes as a particle called the photon. We use that in television ,we use that in lazers

In another paper the 26 year old Einstain poses something we now take for granted the existence of atom.







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He worked as a substitute teacher in short jobs, in various towns. Einstein's father hyped apply on behalf of Einstein for academic positions. He wrote to a very famous professor and asked him whether he could use Einstein as a research assistor, but there were no positions available. His father passes away, thinking that young Albert is a total distress to the family. In 1902, the depressed and despondent young Albert moves to Bern, Switzerland's capital, and begins his career far from science. One of his friends arranges for Einstein to get him a job as a lowly patent clerk in the Swiss patent office.

In this office on the third floor, Einstein spends six days a week reviewing application submitted by all kinds of inventors to the Swiss government. Given the patent, you had all this information and he had to strip it down to the essence and that honed his skills as a physicist. He would, very quickly, dashed off all the patents that he had to analyze. He didn't find the work very strenuous, it was not solved, the literally demanding. And it gave him ample time to contemplate the universe. He never would been very good at university kissing up to a senior professor, he was much better at stewing in a patent office, trying a daydream about what it is like to idle alongside a lightbeam.

From there job, he would launch a revolution which would change world histiory. Einstein's idle daydreams will profoundly change the way that universe is understood. In 1905, in what's been called his miracle year, he publishes in his spare time, four visionary papers, the first of which answers the age old question what is light? The photoelectric effect. These paper, written by this total unknown, show that light comes as a particle called the photon. We use that in television, we use that in lasers. In another paper, the 26- year old Einstein poses something, now take for granted, the existence of .
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He worked as a substitute teacher, or in short jobs, in various towns. Einstein's father, had to apply on behalf of Einstein for academic positions. And he wrote to a very famous professor and asked him whether he could use Einstein as a research assistant. But there were no positions available.

His father passes away, thinking that young Albert is a total distress to the family. In 1902, the depressed and despondent young Albert moves to Bern, Switzerland's capital, and begins a career far from science.

One of his friends arranges for Einstein to get a job as a lowly patent clerk in the Swiss Patent Office.

In this office on the third floor, Einstein spends six days a week reviewing applications submitted by all kinds of inventors to the Swiss government.

Giving a patent, you have all these information and he had to strip it down to the accents and that whole interest skills as a physicist. He would very quickly dash off all the patents that he had to analyse.

He didn't find the work very strangeous. It was not so intellectual demanding.

And it would give him ample time to contemplate the universe.

He never would have been very good at the university, kissing up to a senior professor. He was much better of a steward in the patent office, kind of daydreaming about what it is like to ride alongside a light beam.

From that job, he would launch a revolution which would change world history.

Einstein's idle daydreams will profoundly change the way the universe is understood. In 1905, in what's been called his miracle year, he publishes in his spare time four visionary papers. The first of which answers the age-old question: what is light?

The photoelectric effect, this paper, written by this total unknown, show that light comes as a particle called the photon.

We use that in television. We use that in lasers.

In another paper, the 26-year-old Einstein posits something we now take for granted--the existence of atom.
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He worked as a substitute teacher, in short jobs in various towns. Einstein's father, Edward, applied on behalf of Einstein for academic positions and he wrote to a very famous professor and asked him whether he could use Einstein as a research assistant, but there was no positions available.

His father passes away, thinking young Albert is a total disgrace to the family.

In 1902, the depressed and despondent young Albert moves to Bern, Switzerland's capital and begins a career far from science.

One of his friends arranges for Einstein to get a job as a lowly patent clerk in the Swiss patent office.

In this office, on the third floor, Einstein spends 6 days a week reviewing applications submitted by all kinds of inventors to the Swiss government.

Given a patent, you have all the information and he had to strip it down to the essence and that honed his skills as a physicist. He was very quickly, (to) dash off all the patents that he had to analyze.

He didn't find the work very strenuous. It was not so intellectually demanding.

And it gave him ample time to contemplate the universe.

He never would have been very good at the university kissing up to a senior professor. He was much better of a steward in the patent office, trying a daydream about what it is like to ride alongside the lightbeam.

From that job, he would launch a revolution which would change world history.

Einstein's idle daydreams will profoundly change the universe is understood. In 1905, in what has been called his miracle year, he published in his spare time four visionary papers. The first of which answers the age-old question, what is light.

The photoelectic effect, this paper written by this total unknown showed that light comes as a particle called the photon. We use that in television, we use that in lazers.

In another paper, the 26-year-old Einstein poses something may now take for granted, the existence of atom.
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[Homework]2012-03-16 阿尔伯特·爱因斯坦 Einstein—2

She worked as a substitute teacher or in short jobs in various towns. Einstein's father had to apply on behalf of Einstein for academic positions. He wrote to a very famous professor and asked him whether he could use Einstein as a research assistant. But there were no positions available. His father passes away thinking that young Albert is a total disgrace to the family.
In 1902 the depressed and despondent young Albert moves to Berne, Switzerland's capital, and begins a career far from science.
One of his friends arranges for Einstein to get a job as a lowly patent clerk in the Swiss patent office.
In this office on the third floor Einstein spends six days a week reviewing applications submitted by all kinds of inventors to the Swiss government.
Given a patent you have all this information and he had to strip it down to the essence. And that honed his skills as a physicist. He would very quickly dash off all the patents that he had to analyse.
He didn't find the work very strenuous as it was not so intellectually demanding.
And it would give him ample time to contemplate the universe.
He never would have been very good at the university kissing up to a senior professor. He was much better on the stewing at the patent office, trying to daydream about what it's like to ride alongside a light beam.
From that job he would launch a revolution which will change world history.
Einstein's idle daydreams will profoundly change the way the universe understood. In 1905 in what's been called his miracle year he published in his spare time four visionary papers, the first of which answers the age-old question: what is light?
The photoelectric effect. This paper, written by this total unknown showed that the light comes as a particle called the photon.
We use that in television. We use that in lazers.
In another paper, the 26-year-old Einstein poses something we now take granted, the existence of atoms.





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He worked as a substitute teacher in short jobs, in various towns. Einstein's father hyped apply on behalf of Einstein for academic positions. He wrote to a very famous professor and asked him whether he could use Einstein as a research assistor, but there were no positions available. His father passes away, thinking that young Albert is a total distress to the family. In 1902, the depressed and despondent young Albert moves to Bern, Switzerland's capital, and begins his career far from science. One of his friends arranges for Einstein to get him a job as a lowly patent clerk in the Swiss patent office.

In this office on the third floor, Einstein spends six days a week reviewing application submitted by all kinds of inventors to the Swiss government. Given the patent, you had all this information and he had to strip it down to the essence and that honed his skills as a physicist. He would, very quickly, dashed off all the patents that he had to analyze. He didn't find the work very strenuous, it was not solved, the literally demanding. And it gave him ample time to contemplate the universe. He never would been very good at university kissing up to a senior professor, he was much better at stewing in a patent office, trying a daydream about what it is like to idle alongside a lightbeam.

From there job, he would launch a revolution which would change world histiory. Einstein's idle daydreams will profoundly change the way that universe is understood. In 1905, in what's been called his miracle year, he publishes in his spare time, four visionary papers, the first of which answers the age old question what is light? The photoelectric effect. These paper, written by this total unknown, show that light comes as a particle called the photon. We use that in television, we use that in lasers. In another paper, the 26- year old Einstein poses something, now take for granted, the existence of .
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[Homework]2012-03-16 阿尔伯特·爱因斯坦 Einstein—2

He worked as substitute teacher, short jobs, in various towns. Einstein's father, apply on behalf of Einstein for academic positions. He wrote to very famous professor and ask him whether he could use Einstein as a researcher assistant, but positions is available. His father passes away, thinking that young Albert is a total distress to the family. In 1902, the depressed and despondent young Albert moved to Ben, Switzerland's captical and began Korea far from science.     One of his friends arames for Einstein to get a job as a lonely patent clerk in the Swiss, patent office.   
    In this office on the 3rd floor, Einstein spend 6 days a week revealing application submitted by all kinds of inventors to the Swiss government.
    you have all this information and he had a stripped down to be essences, and that whole interest skills. He would very quickly dash off all the patents that he had to analyse. He didn't find the world very strangers, it was not so interactually demanding.  
    Anybody give him ample time that contemplate the universe. He never would be very good in the university, kissing up to a senior professor. He was mush better on the studio of patent office trying on daydream about what it is like to write down alongside being. From that job, he would launch a revolution which would change world history. Einstein's idle daydreams were profoundly change the way university is understood. In 1905, in what has been called miracle year, he publishes in his spare time for visionary papers. The first of which answer the age-old question what is light.
    In the photoelectric effect, this paper written by this total unknown show that light comes as a particle call the photon. We use that in television, we use that in lasers. In another paper, the 26-year-old Einstein posits something we now take for granted, the existence of  

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[Homework]2012-03-16 阿尔伯特·爱因斯坦 Einstein—2

She worked as a substitute teacher   short jobs in   towns. Einstein's father applied on behalf of Einstein for a academic position and he wrote to a very famous professor and asked him whether he could use Einstein as a research assistant,but there was no positions available.His father passed away,thinking that young Einstein is a total disgrace to the family.In 1902,the depressed and disbanded young Albert moved to Berne,Swissland's capital and began his career far from science.When his friends arranged for Einstin to get a job as a lonely patent clerk in the Swiss patent office.In this office on the third floor,Einstein spent 6 days a week reviewing applications submitted by all kinds of inventors to the Swiss government.Given the patent,you have all this information and he had astributed down to the essence.And that honed his skills as a physicist,he was very quickly     all the patents that he had to analyze.He didn't find the work very strange that         demanding.And it gave him ample time to counterplay the universe.He never would be very good at university kissing up to a senior professor.He was much better than the student in the patent office,trying to day dream about what is light to light alongside to the life being.From that job,he was launching a revolution which will change world history.Einstein's idle day dreams will profoundly change the way universe understood.In 1905,what we called his miracle year,he published in his spare time for visionary papers.The first wages answered an ancient question:what is light?No photo       ,this paper wroten by this total unknown showed that  light comes as a particle called the photon.We use that in television,we use that in lasers.In another paper,the 26 year old Einstein po     something now take for grainted,the existence of.....
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He worked as substitute teachers, or in short-jobs in various towns. Einstein’s father had to apply on behalf of Einstein for academic positions and he wrote to very famous professor and asked him whether he could use Einstein as a researcher assistant. But there were no positions available. His father passes away, thinking that young Elbert is a total distressed to the family. In 1902, the depressed desponding young Albert moves to Bern, Switzerland capital and began his career far from science. One of his friends arranges for Einstein to get a job as a lowly patent clerk in the Swiss patent office. In this office, on the third floor, Einstein spent six days a week reviewing applications submitted by all kinds of inventors to the Swiss’s government. Given a patent, you had all this information and he had to strip it down to the essence and that honed his skills as a physicist. He would very quickly, dashed off all the patents that he had to analyze. He did not find the work very strenuous and it was not showing intellectually demanding, and it gave him ample time to contemplate the universe. He never would be very good in a university kissing up to a senior professor. He was much better at skewered in a patent office, trying a day dream about what it likes to ride alongside lightbeam.
From that job, he would launch a revolution which would change world history.
Einstein's idle daydreams will profoundly change the way the universe is understood. In 1905, in what's been called his miracle year, he publishes in his spare time four visionary papers. The first of which answers the age-old question: what is light? The photoelectric effect, this paper, written by this total unknown, show that light comes as a particle called the photon. We use that in television. We use that in lasers. In another paper, the 26-year-old Einstein posits something we now take for granted--the existence of atom.
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He worked as substitute teachers, or in short-jobs in various towns. Einstein’s father had to apply on behalf of Einstein for academic positions and he wrote to a very famous professor and asked him whether he could use Einstein as a research assistant. But there were no positions available. His father passes away, thinking that young Elbert is a total distressed to the family. In 1902, the depressed desponding young Albert moves to Bern, Switzerland capital and began his career far from science. One of his friends arranges for Einstein to get a job as a lowly patent clerk in the Swiss patent office. In this office, on the third floor, Einstein spent six days a week reviewing applications submitted by all kinds of inventors to the Swiss’s government. Given a patent, you had all this information and he had to strip it down to the essence and that honed his skills as a physicist. He would very quickly, dashed off all the patents that he had to analyze. He did not find the work very strenuous and it was not so intellectually demanding, and it gave him ample time to contemplate the universe. He never would been very good in a university kissing up to a senior professor. He was much better at skewered in a patent office, trying a day dream about what is it like to ride alongside lightbeam.
From that job, he would launch a revolution which would change world history.
Einstein's idle daydreams will profoundly change the way the universe is understood. In 1905, in what's been called his miracle year, he publishes in his spare time four visionary papers. The first of which answers the age-old question: what is light? The photoelectric effect, this paper, written by this total unknown, show that light comes as a particle called the photon. We use that in television. We use that in lasers. In another paper, the 26-year-old Einstein posits something we now take for granted--the existence of atom.
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[Homework]2012-03-16 阿尔伯特·爱因斯坦 Einstein—2

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He worked as a substitute teacher, getting short jobs in varioustowns. Einstein's father tried to apply on behalf of Einstein for academic positionsand he wrote to a very famous professor and asked him whether he could useEinstein as a research assistant. But there were no positions available.

His father passes away, thinking that young Albert is a total disgraceto the family. In 1902, the depressed and despondent young Albert moves toBern, Switzerland's capital and begins a career far from science.

One of his friends arranges for Einstein to get a job as a lowly patentclerk in the Swiss patent office. In this office on the third floor, Einsteinspends six days a week reviewing applications submitted by all kinds ofinventors to the Swiss government. Giving a patent, you had all thisinformation and he had to strip it down to the essence and that's whole skill as aphysicist. He would very quickly dash off all the patents that he had toanalyze. He didn’t find the job very strenuous, it was not so intellectuallydemanding. And it gave him ample time to contemplate the universe.

He would never be very good as a university, kissing up to a seniorprofessor. He was much better as a steward on the patent office, trying to daydreamabout what is like to idle alongside light beam. From that job, he would launcha revolution which would change world history.

Einstein's idle daydreams will profoundly change the way theuniverse understood. In 1905, what’s been called his miracle year, he publishesin his spare time four visionary papers, the first of which answered the aged oldquestion: what is light. Photoelectric effect, this paper, written by this total unknown, showsthat the light comes as a article, called the photon. We use that intelevision. We use that in lasers. In another paper, the 26-year-old Einsteinposes something now taken for granted, the existence of atom.

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So he worked ad substitute teacher,  short jobs in various towns. Einstein's father tried to apply on behalf of  Einstein for a academic positions. He wrote to a very famous professor and asking whether he could use Einstein as a researcher assistant. But there was no positions available.
His father passes away, thinking that young Albert is a total disgrace to the family.
In 1902, the depressed and despondent young Albert moves to Bern, Swiztherland's capital and begins a career far from science.
One of his friends arrange for Einstein to get a job as lowly patent clerk in the Swiss patent office. In this office of third floor, Einstein spends six days a week, reviewing applications submit by all kinds of  inventors to the Swiss government.
Giving a patent, he has all of the information and he has to strip it down to the essence and that's whole skills as a physicist. He was very quickly that shove all the patents. He has to analyse.
He did not find the work very strenuous. It was not so intellectually demanding.  
And he was given ample time to contemplate the universe.
He never would been good at the university, kissing up to a senior professor. He was much better in a // at the patent office, trying to day dream about what is light ti ride alongside light beam.
From that job, he would launch a revolution which will change world history.
Einstein's ideal daydreams will profoundly change the way that universe is understood. In 1905 what's been called his miracle year, he publishes in his spare time four visionary papers.  The first would answers the age old question. What is light?
The photoelectric effect, this paper written by a total unknown shows that light comes from a particle call the photon. We use that in television. We use that in lazers.
And in another paper, the 26 years old Einstein publishes something he now take for granted, the existence of atom.
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[Homework]【整理】2012-03-16 阿尔伯特·爱因斯坦 Einstein—2

He worked as a substitute teacher, or in short jobs in various towns. Einstein's father had to apply on behalf of Einstein for academic positions, and he wrote to a very famous professor, and asked him whether he could use Einstein as a research assistant. But there were no positions available.
His father passes away, thinking that young Albert is a total distress to the family. In 1902, the depressed and despondent young Albert moves to Bern, Switzerland's capital, and begins a career far from science.
One of his friends arranges for Einstein to get a job as a lowly patent clerk in the Swiss Patent Office. In this office on the third floor, Einstein spends six days a week, reviewing applications submitted by all kinds of inventors to the Swiss Government.
Giving a patent, you had all these information and he had to strip it down to the essence, and honed his skills as a physicist. He was very quickly dash off all the patents that he had to analyze.
He didn't find the work very strenuous, it was not so intellectually demanding. And it would give him ample time to contemplate the universe.
He never would have been very good at the university, kissing up to senior professor. He was much better of a steward in the patent office, trying to daydream about what it is like to ride alongside a light beam.  
From that job, he would launch a revolution which would change world history. Einstein's idle daydreams will profoundly change the way the universe's understood. In 1905, in what's been called his miracle year, he publishes in his spare time four visionary papers, the first of which answers the age-old question: what is light.
The photoelectric effect, this paper written by this total unknown show that light comes as a particle called the photon.
We use that in television, we use that in lasers.
In another paper, the 26-year-old Einstein posits something that we now take for granted, the existence of atom.

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