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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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People didn't believe atoms in those days but he proved that atoms can actually make small little dust particles move in a liquid. And he calculated the size of atoms.

These papers would have been a remarkable career for any physicist. But Einstein is far from finished.

He writes yet on another paper with the famous equation E=MC².

At the simplest level, this means energy can become matter and matter can become energy. The tiniest speck of matter holds potentially huge amount of energy. Unleashing it requires a nuclear reaction--the sort going on constantly in the night sky.

Ever since people began to look up in the heavens. They would say, what makes the star shine? But it took Albert Einstein to answer the question. Mass, M, turns into E, energy. That is the engine that lights up the stars.

Today, E=MC² is Einstein's most famous equation. But another theory he publishes the same year is more important and more controversial--special theory of relativity. When Einstein was a teenager, he enjoyed imagining what it would be like to ride a beam of light. Now he returns to this daydream and it changes his life.

In the Spring of 1905, Einstein was riding on a bus then he looked back at the famous clock tower that dominates Bern, Switzerland. And then he imagined, what happenes if that bus were racing near the speed of light?

In his imagination, Einstein looks back at the clock tower and what he sees is astonishing. As he reaches the speed of light, the hands of clock appear frozen in time.

Einstein would later write a storm broke in my mind. All of a sudden, everything, everything kept gushing forward.

Einstein knows that back at the clock tower, time is passing normally. But on Einstein's light-speed bus. As he reaches the speed of light, the light from the clock can no longer catch up to him. The faster he races through space, the slower he moves through time. This insight sparks the birth of Einstein's special theory of relativity which says that space and time are deeply connected. In fact, they are one in the same. A flexible fabric called space time.

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[Homework]2012-03-19 阿尔伯特·爱因斯坦 Einstein—3

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People didn't believe atoms in those days but atoms makes small dust particles move and he calculated the size of the atom
.
These papers would have been remakable for any physicist but Einstain is far from finished.

He yet write another series of paper with the famous equation E =MC2 .

At the simplest  level this means energy can become matter and matter can become energy. The tinist  pack of matter holds potencially huge amounts energy . Unlishing it requires a necluear reaction  The thought going on constantly in the night sky.

Ever since people began to look up the heaven, they would say what makes the star shine.But it took Albert Einstain to anwser the question. Mass M turns into E energy , that is the engine that lights up the stars.

Today E=MC2 is Einstain's most famous equation but another thoery he published the same year is more important and more controversial , the special theory of relativity.

When Einstain was a teenager he enjoyed imagining what it would be like to ride a beam of light . Now he returns to this daydream and changes his life.

In the spring of 1905 Einstain was writing on a bus and he looked back at the famous clock tower that dominates Bern Switzerland .

And he imagine what  happens if that bus racing at the speed of light.

In his imagination Einstain looks back at the clock tower  and what he sees is astonishing .As he reaches the speed of light the ends of the clock appear frozen in time .

Einstain later writes the storm broken in my mind. All of sudden all of sudden everything everything can gush in forward.

Einstain kowns that back to the clock tower time is passing normally . But on Einstain's light speed bus as he reaches the speed of light , the light from the clock can no longe catch up to him . The faster he races through the space the slower he moves through time. This special insights sparks the birth of Einstain special theory of relativity which says that space and time are deeply connected. In fact they are one in the same , a flexible fabric called space time.



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People then believe in atoms in those day, but only prove that atoms can actually make small little dust particles move in a liquid. And he calculate the size of atoms. These paper would have been a remarkable career for any physicist, but Einstein is far from finished. He writes yet another paper, with the famous equation, e= mc2. At the simplest level, this means energy can become matter, and matter can become energy. The tynist speck of matter holds potentially huge amounts of energy, unleashing it requires a nuclear reaction, the sort going on constantly in the night sky.

Ever since people began to look up in the heavens, they would say what makes the star shine. But it took Albert Einstein to answer the question. Mass, m, turns into e, energy, that is the engine that lights up the stars. Today e= mc2 is Einstein's most famous equation, but another theory he publishes the same year is more important and more controversial, the special theory of relativity. When Einstein was a teenager, he enjoyed imagining what would be like to ride a beam flight. Now he returns to this daydream, and it changes his life.

In the spring of 1905. Einstein was riding on a bus and he looked back at the famous clock tower that dominates Bern, Switzerland. And then he imagined what happens if that bus will race in near the speed of light. In his imagination, Einstein looks back at the clock tower and what he sees is astonishing. As he reaches the speed of light, the hands of the clock appear frozen in time. Einstein would later write, a storm broke in my mind.

All of a sudden, everything, everything, kept gushing forward. Einstein knows that back the clock tower, time is passing normally, but on Einstein's light speed bus, as it reaches the speed of light, the light from the clock can no longer catch up to him. The faster he races through space, the slower he moves through time. This insight sparks the birth of Einstein's special theory of relativity, which says that space and time are deeply connected. In fact, they are one in the same, a flexible fabric called spacetime.
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People didn't believe an atom in those days, but he proves that atoms can actually make small little dust particles move in a liquid. And he calculated the size of atoms.

These papers would have been a remarkable career for any physicist, but Einstein is far from finished.

He writes yet another paper, with the famous equation E=MC². At the simplest level, this means energy can become matter, and matter can become energy. The tiniest speck of matter holds potentially huge amounts of energy. Unleashing it requires a nuclear reaction, the thought going on constantly in the night sky.

Ever since people begin to look up in the heavens, they would say what makes the star shine? But it took Albert Einstein to answer the question: mass--M, turns into E--energy. That is the engine that lights up the stars.

Today, E=MC²is Einstein's most famous equation. But another theory he publishes the same year is more important and more controversial--the Special Theory of Relativity. When Einstein was a teenager, he enjoyed imagining what it would be like to ride a beam of light. Now he returns to this daydream and it changes his life.

In the spring of 1905, Einstein was riding on a bus and he looked back at the famous clock tower that dominates Bern, Switzerland. And then he imagines, what happens if that bus were racing near the speed of light? In his imagination, Einstein looks back at the clock tower and what he sees is astonishing. As he reaches the speed of light, the hands of the clock appear frozen in time.

Einstein would later write a storm broke in my mind. All of a sudden everything, everthing kept gushing forward.

Einstein knows that back at the clock tower, time is passing normally. But on Einstein's light speed bus, as he reaches the speed of light, the light from the clock can no longer catch up to him. The faster he races through the space, the slower he moves through time. This insight sparks the birth of Einstein's Special Theory of Relativity, which says that space in time are deeply connected. In fact, they are one in the same, a flexible fabric called spacetime.
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[Homework]2012-03-19 阿尔伯特·爱因斯坦 Einstein—3

People didn't believe in atoms in those days. But they proved that atoms can actually make small little dust particles move in a liquid. And he calculated the size of atoms. These papers would have been a remarkable career for any physicist, but Einstein is far from finished. He writes yet another paper with the famous equation E=MC^2.
At the simplest level this means energy can become matter and matter can become energy. The tiniest spec of matter holds potentially huge amounts of energy. Unleashing it requires a nuclear reaction, the sort going on constantly in the night sky.
Ever since people begin to look up in the heavens, they would say: what makes the stars shine? But it took Albert Einstein to answer the question. Mass M turns into E, energy. That is the engine that lights up the stars.
Today E=MC^2 is Einstein's most famous equation. But another theory he publishes the same year is more important and more controversial, the Special Theory of Relativity.
When Einstein was a teenager, he enjoyed imaging what it would be like to ride a beam of light. Now he returns to this daydream and it changes his life.
In the spring of 1905, Einstein was riding on a bus. And he looked back at the famous clock tower that dominates Bern, Switzerland. And then he imagined what happens if that bus were racing near the speed of light. In his imagination Einstein looks back to clock tower. And what he sees is astonishing. As he reaches the speed of light, the hands of the clock appear frozen in time.
Einstein would later write: a storm broke in my mind. All of a sudden everything kept gushing forward. Einstein knows that back to the clock tower time is passing normally. But on Einstein's light-speed bus, as he reaches the speed of light, the light from the clock can no longer catch up to him. The faster he races through space, the slower he moves through time. This insects sparks the birth of Einstein's Special Theory of Relativity, which says that space and time are deeply connected. In fact, they are one in the same, a flexible fabric called space time.

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[Homework]2012-03-19 阿尔伯特·爱因斯坦 Einstein—3

People didn't believe atoms in those days, but he proves that atoms can actually make small little dust particles move in the liquid. And he calculated the size of atoms.

These papers would have been a remarkable career for any physicist, but Einstein is far from finished.

He writes yet another paper, with the famous equation E=MC². At the simplest level, this means energy can become matter, and matter can become energy. The tiniest speck of matter holds potentially huge amounts of energy. Unleashing it requires a nuclear reaction, the thought going on constantly in the night sky.

Ever since people begin to look up in the heavens, they would say ‘what makes the star shine? ’But it took Albert Einstein to answer the question. Mass--M, turns into E--energy. That is the engine that lights up the stars.

Today, E=MC²is Einstein's most famous equation. But another theory he publishes the same year is more important and more controversial--the Special Theory of Relativity.
When Einstein was a teenager, he enjoyed imagining what it would be like to ride a beam of light. Now he returns to this daydream and it changes his life.
In the spring of 1905, Einstein was riding on a bus and then he looked back at the famous clock tower that dominates Bern, Switzerland. And then he imagines, what happens if that bus were racing near the speed of light?
In his imagination, Einstein looks back at the clock tower and what he sees is astonishing. As he reaches the speed of light, the hands of the clock appear frozen in time.
Einstein would later write a storm broke in my mind. All of a sudden, everything, everthing kept gushing forward.
Einstein knows that back at the clock tower, time is passing normally. But on Einstein's light speed bus, as he reaches the speed of light, the light from the clock can no longer catch up to him. The faster he races through the space, the slower he moves through time. This insight sparks the birth of Einstein's Special Theory of Relativity, which says that space in time are deeply connected. In fact, they are one in the same, a flexible fabric called spacetime.



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[Homework]2012-03-19 阿尔伯特·爱因斯坦 Einstein—3

People didn't believe an atom in those days. But he proved that atoms can actually make small little dust particles move in a little bit.And he caculated the size of atoms.

These papers would have been a remarkable career for any physicist, but Einstein is far from finished
.

He writes yet another paper with the famous equation,E=
MC2.

At simplest level, this means energy can be count matter and matter can become energy. The tiny's spected whole potentially huge amounts of energy, and unleashed it requires a nuclear reaction. The thought going on constantly in the night sky
.

Ever since people begin to look up in the heavens. they would say, what makes the star shine.But it took Albert Einstein to answer the question. mass M. turns to E energy, that is the engine that lights up the stars
.

Today E=MC2 is Einsteis' most famous equation, but another theory he published in the same year is more important,and more controversial. This special theory of R
elativity.

When Einstain was a teenage,he enjoyed imagining what would be ride a beam of light. Now he returnes to this daydream and it changes his life
.

In the spring of 1905, Einstein was writing on a bus and he looked back at famous clock tower that dominates Bern, Switzerland, and then he imagines, what happens that bus was racing near the speed of light
.

In his imgination, Einstein looks back the clock tower and what he sees is astonishing. As he reaches the speed of light, the hands of clock appeared frozen in time. Einstein would later write, it's a storm broke in my mind. I've seen everything everything kept gushing forward. Einstein knows that back of clock tower time is passing normally,but on Einstein's light speed bus,as he reaches the speed of light, the light from clock can no longer catch up to him. the faster he races through the space,the slower he moves through time.This insight sparks the birth of Einstein special theory of relativity,which says that space and time are deeply connected,in fact they are one in the same. A flexible fabric calls
space time.



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[Homework]2012-03-19 阿尔伯特·爱因斯坦 Einstein—3

People didn't believe in atoms in those days but he prove that atoms can actually make small das particles move in the liquids and he calculated the size of atoms.These papers would have done a remarkable career for any physicist but Einstein is far from finished.He writes on another paper which the famous equation E=mc2.At the simplest level,this means energy can become matter and matter can become energy.A tiny spacle of matter hold potentially huge amount of energy.Unleashing requires nuclear reaction.The thought going on constantly in the night sky.Ever since people begin to look up in the heavens,they would say what makes the star shine?But it's Albert Einstein to answer the question,mass(M) turns to E(energy).That is the engine that lights up the stars.Today E=mc2 is Einstein's most famous equation,but the other theory he published in the same year is more important and more controversy,the special theory of relativity.When Einstein was an teenager,he enjoyed imagining what would be like to ride a beam of light.Now he returns to this daydream and changes his life.In the spring of 1905,Einstein was writing on a bus say he look back at the famous clock tower that dominate Bern,Swissland.And then he imagine what happen if that bus reaches the speed of light.In his imagination,Einstein look back at the clock tower and what he sees is astonishing. As he reachs the speed of light,the hands of the clock appear frozen in time.Einstein would later write a storm brought in my mind,all of a sudden,everything,everything  gashingforward.Einstein knows back to the clock tower,time is passing normally.Bt in Einstein's time speed bus,as he reaches the speed of light,the light from the clock can no longer catch up to him.The faster he raises to space,the slower he moves through time.This incite the spark of birth of Einstein's special theory of relativity which says that space and time are deeply connected.In fact,they are one in the same,a flexible fabric called space time.

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People didn't believe in atoms in those days. But they proved that atoms can actually make small little dust particles move in a liquid. And he calculated the size of atoms. These papers would have been a remarkable career for any physicist, but Einstein is far from finished. He writes yet another paper with the famous equation E=MC2.
At the simplest level this means energy can become matter and matter can become energy. The tiniest spec of matter holds potentially huge amounts of energy. Unleashing it requires a nuclear reaction, the sort going on constantly in the night sky.
Ever since people begin to look up in the heavens, they would say: what makes the stars shine? But it took Albert Einstein to answer the question. Mass M turns into E, energy. That is the engine that lights up the stars.
Today E=MC2 is Einstein's most famous equation. But another theory he publishes the same year is more important and more controversial, the Special Theory of Relativity.
When Einstein was a teenager, he enjoyed imaging what it would be like to ride a beam of light. Now he returns to this daydream and it changes his life.
In the spring of 1905, Einstein was riding on a bus. And he looked back at the famous clock tower that dominates Bern, Switzerland. And then he imagined what happens if that bus were racing near the speed of light. In his imagination Einstein looks back to clock tower. And what he sees is astonishing. As he reaches the speed of light, the hands of the clock appear frozen in time.
Einstein would later write: a storm broke in my mind. All of a sudden everything kept gushing forward. Einstein knows that back to the clock tower time is passing normally. But on Einstein's light-speed bus, as he reaches the speed of light, the light from the clock can no longer catch up to him. The faster he races through space, the slower he moves through time. This insects sparks the birth of Einstein's Special Theory of Relativity, which says that space and time are deeply connected. In fact, they are one in the same, a flexible fabric called space time.
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People didn't believe atoms in those days but he proved that atoms can actually make small little dust particles move in a liquid. And he calculated the size of atoms.

These papers would have been a remarkable career for any physicist. But Einstein is far from finished

He writes yet in another paper with the famous equation e equals mc squared.

At the simplest level, this means energy can become matter and matter can become energy. The tiniest speck of matter holds potentially huge amount of energy. Unleashing it requires a nuclear reaction--the sort going on constantly in the night sky.

Ever since, people began to look up in the heavens. They would say, what makes the star shine? But it took Albert Einstein to answer the question. Mass, m, turns into e, energy. That is the engine that lights up the stars.

Today, e=mc2 is Einstein's most famous equation. But another theory he published in the same year is more important and more controversial--the special theory of relativity. When Einstein was a teenager, he enjoyed imagining what it would be like to ride a beam of light. Now he returns to this daydream and it changes his life.

In the spring of 1905, Einstein was riding on a bus then he looked back at the famous clock tower that dominates Bern, Switzerland. And then he imagined what happens if that bus were racing near the speed of light?

In his imagination, Einstein looks back at the clock tower and what he sees is astonishing. As he reaches the speed of light, the hands of clock appear frozen in time.

Einstein would later write a storm broke in my mind. All of a sudden, everything, everything kept gushing forward.

Einstein knows that back at the clock tower, time is passing normally. But on Einstein's light-speed bus. As he reaches the speed of light, the light from the clock can no longer catch up to him. The faster he races through space, the slower he moves through time. This insight sparks the birth of Einstein's special theory of relativity which says space and time are deeply connected. In fact, they are one in the same. A flexible fabric called space time.
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[Homework]2012-03-19 阿尔伯特·爱因斯坦 Einstein—3

People don't believe atoms those days, but they prove that atoms can actually make small little dust particle of those move in a liquid. And he calculated the size of atoms.     These papers would have been remarkable career for any physicist. But Einstein is far from finished. He writes yet another paper with the famous equation e equals m,c square. At the simplest level this means energy can become matter and matter can become energy, that tiny speck of matter holds potentially huge amount of energy. Unleash it requires a nuclear reaction the sort going on constantly in the night sky.
    Ever since people began to look up in the heavens, they would say what make the star shining, but it took Albert Einstein to answer the question. Mass, M to turns into E, energy, that is the engine that lights up the stars.
    Today, e equals m,c square is Einstein's most famous equation. But another he theory he publishes the same year is more important and more controversial the special theory of relativity.   
    When Einstein was a teenager, he enjoyed image in what would be like to ride belving flight.
    Now he returns to this daydream and changes his life. In the spring of 1905, Einstein was riding on bus then he look back at the famous clock tower that dominates burns with Switzerland. And he image what happens of that bus was racing near the speed of the light.
    In his imagination, Einstein looks back at the clock tower in what he sees is astonishing as he reaches the speed of light the hands of the clock appear frozen in time. Einstein was later write a storm brought in my mind. All of a sudden, everything, everything, keep gousing forward. Einstein knows that back the clock tower, time is passing normally. But on Einstein's light speed bus, as he reaches the speed of light, the light from the clock can no longer catch up to him. The faster he races to space, the slower he moves to time. This insight spark the birth of Einstein's special theory of relativity, which says that space and time deeply connected. In fact, they are one in the same, a frakciiable fabric called space-time.   

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[Homework]2012-03-19 阿尔伯特·爱因斯坦 Einstein—3

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People didn't believe in atoms in those days. But he proves that atoms can actually make small dust particles move in a liquid. And he calculates thesize of atoms.
These papers would have been a remarkable career for anyphysicists. But Einstein is far from finished. He writes yet another paper witha famous equation: E=mc2. At the simplest level, this means energycan become matter and matter can become energy. The tiniest spec of matterholds potentially huge amounts of energy, unleashing required nuclear reaction, thesort going on constantly in the sky.
Ever since people begin to look up in the heavens, they would saywhat makes the star shine. But it took Albert Einstein to answer the question.Math(M) turns into E(Energy). That is the engine that lights up the stars.
Today E=mc2 is Einstein's most famous equation. But anothertheory he publishes the same year is more important and more controversial,the special theory of relativity. When Einstein was a teenager, he enjoyedimagining what would be like to ride being flight. Now, he returns to thisdaydream and changes his life.  
In the spring of 1905, Einstein was riding on a bus. And he looksback at the famous clock tower that dominates Bern, Switzerland. Then heimagines what happens if that bus were racing near the speed of light. In hisimagination, Einstein looks back the clock tower, and what he sees isastonishing. As he reaches the speed of light, the hands of the tower appear frozenin time. Einstein would later write, A storm broke in my mind. All of asudden, everything, everything kept gushing forward.  Einstein knowsthat back the clock tower, time is passing normally. But on Einstein's lightspeed bus, as he reaches the speed of light, the light from the clock can nolonger catch up to them. The faster he races through space, the slower he movesthrough time. This insight sparks the birth of Einstein's special theory ofrelativity, which says that space in time are deeply connected. In fact, theyare one in the same, a flexible fabric called space time.

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People didn't believe in atoms in those days. But he proves that atoms can actually make small dust particles move in a liquid. And he calculates the size of atoms.
These papers would have been a remarkable career for any physicists. But Einstein is far from finished. He writes yet another paper witha famous equation: E=mc2. At the simplest level, this means energy can become matter and matter can become energy. The tiniest spetcle of matterholds potentially huge amounts of energy, unleashing required nuclear reaction, the sort going on constantly in the sky.
Ever since people begin to look up in the heavens, they would say what makes the star shine. But it took Albert Einstein to answer the question.Math(M) turns into E(Energy). That is the engine that lights up the stars.
Today E=mc2 is Einstein's most famous equation. But another theory he publishes the same year is more important and more controversial,the special theory of relativity. When Einstein was a teenager, he enjoyed imagining what would be like to ride being flight. Now, he returns to this daydream and changes his life.  
In the spring of 1905, Einstein was riding on a bus. And he looked back at the famous clock tower that dominates Bern, Switzerland. Then he imagines what happens if that bus were racing near the speed of light. In his imagination, Einstein looks back the clock tower, and what he sees is astonishing. As he reaches the speed of light, the hands of the clock appear frozen in time. Einstein would later write, A storm broke in my mind. All of asudden, everything, everything kept gushing forward.  Einstein knows that back the clock tower, time is passing normally. But on Einstein's lightspeed bus, as he reaches the speed of light, the light from the clock can no longer catch up to them. The faster he races through space, the slower he moves through time. This insight sparks the birth of Einstein's special theory of relativity, which says that space in time are deeply connected. In fact, they are one in the same, a flexible fabric called space time.
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[Homework]2012-03-19 阿尔伯特·爱因斯坦 Einstein—3

People didn't believe an atom in those days, but he proves that atoms can actually make small little dust particles move in a liquid. And he calculated the size of atoms.

These papers would have been a remarkable career for any physicist, but Einstein is far from finished. He writes yet another paper, with the famous equation E=MC². At the simplest level, this means energy can become matter, and matter can become energy. The tiniest speck of matter holds potentially huge amounts of energy. Unleashing it requires a nuclear reaction, the thought going on constantly in the night sky.

Ever since people begin to look up in the heavens, they would say what makes the star shine? But it took Albert Einstein to answer the question: mass--M, turns into E--energy. That is the engine that lights up the stars.

Today, E=MC²is Einstein's most famous equation. But another theory he publishes the same year is more important and more controversial--the Special Theory of Relativity. When Einstein was a teenager, he enjoyed imagining what it would be like to ride a beam of light. Now he returns to this daydream and it changes his life.

In the spring of 1905, Einstein was riding on a bus and he looked back at the famous clock tower that dominates Bern, Switzerland. And then he imagines, what happens if that bus were racing near the speed of light? In his imagination, Einstein looks back at the clock tower and what he sees is astonishing. As he reaches the speed of light, the hands of the clock appear frozen in time.

Einstein would later write a storm broke in my mind. All of a sudden everything, everthing kept gushing forward.

Einstein knows that back at the clock tower, time is passing normally. But on Einstein's light speed bus, as he reaches the speed of light, the light from the clock can no longer catch up to him. The faster he races through the space, the slower he moves through time. This insight sparks the birth of Einstein's Special Theory of Relativity, which says that space in time are deeply connected. In fact, they are one in the same, a flexible fabric called spacetime.
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n his imagination, Einstein was back at the clock down and what he sees is astonishing. As he reaches the speed of light, the hands of the clock appear frozen in time.
Einstein was later write a storm bloom in my mind. All of sudden everything, everything catch // forward.
Einstein knows that back at the clock tower time is passing normally. But on Einstein's speed bus, as he reaches the speed of life,  the light on the clock can no longer catch up to it. The faster he rises to space, the slower he moves from time. These inside spark the birth of Einstein's special theory of relativity which says that space in time are deeply connected. In fact they are one in the same, a flexible fabric calls space time
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