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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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Sitting alone on the city bus, Einstein believes he has glimpsed the secret of the universe.

For Einstein, space was this place where stuff was. And he didn't do anything, he had stuff in it. And so space combined with time to become spacetime is a more dynamic understanding of this arena that everything takes place in. It's becoming more alive in the way. He's seeing very very outlandish and very very strange things.

Rarely had anything so radical been submitted to Europe's most prestigious scientific journals.

He was a complete outsider to the physics of his state, as he was being in Switzerland, being a patent clerk and yet he was ambitious enough to think that he could challenge the whole of this established physics at the time.

You always hope that would be total euphoria that everybody will say this is a, you know, a huge step forward in the subject. But that verily happens.

Whatever one's concept of time, it passes slowly for Einstein at the patent office.

He submits papers to important scientific journals, the best scientific journals and hopes for the best. And the best doesn't come for a while.

He was anxious. What was the reaction of the physics community to his great paper? Silence.

Einstein was very depressed.

Three, four, five months, must have felt like eternity to him.

And then, Einstein's papers fall into the hands of perhaps the one man who can fully understand him--Max Planck.

Max Planck is a great theoretical physicist in Europe.

Planck was the editor of Annalen der Physik in Berlin.

The most important physics journal of the time.

Here was Max Planck, reading this paper from this unknown physicist. And Max Planck says, ah, there is something here.

Planck recognized immediately that this was an important paper from an important young scholar.

The Relativity paper was published in June 1905. That volume, No. 17, is now one of the most famous publications in the history of science. At the time, Einstein wasn't even a scientist.

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Sitting alone on the city bus, Einstain believes he has glimpsed the secrate of the Universe.

For Einstain , space was this place where stuff walls and didn't do anything, they have stuff in it. This space combined with time to become spacetime is a more dynamic understanding of this arena that everything takes place in becoming more alive in a way . Things very outlandish very very strange things.

Rarely had anything so radical been submitted to Europe's  most prestigous scientific journals .

It was a comlete outside to the physical phase to date as he was being in Switzerland being a patent clerk and yet he was abmbious enough to think that he could chanllenge the whole of established physics at the time .


You will always hoped that it would be  total euphoria that everybody will says this is you know  a huge step forward in the subject , but that rarely happens.

Whatever once counts of the time, it passed slowly for Einstain at the patent office.

He submits papers to important scientific journals the best scientific journals and  hopes for the best, and the best does not come for a while.

He was anxious. What was the reaction of the physics community to his great paper , silence.

Einstain felt very depressed.

3,4,5 months must felt like eternity to him.

And then Einstain's paper fall into the hands of perhaps the one man who can fully understand him Max Plank.

Max Plank is the greatest theoretical physicist  in Europe

Plank was the editor of NNALEN Der PHYSIK  in Berlin, the most important physics journal of the time.


It was Max Plank reading this paper from this unknown physicist, And Max Plank says Ah there are something here.

Plank recognized immediately that this was an important paper from an important young scholar. The relativity paper was published in June 1905  

That volume number 17 is now one of the most famous publications in the history of scicence.At the time Einstain was not even a scientist.



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Sitting alone on the city bus, Einstein believes he has glimpsed the secret of the universe.

For Einstein, space was this place where stuff was. And he didn't do anything, he had stuff in it. And so space combined with time to become spacetime is a more dynamic understanding of this arena that everything takes place in. It's becoming more alive in the way. He's seeing very very outlandish and very very strange things.

Rarely had anything so radically been submitted to Europe's most prestigious scientific journals.

He was a complete outsider to the physics of his state, as he was being in Switzerland, being a patent clerk and yet he was ambitious enough to think that he could challenge the whole of this established physics at this time.

You always hope that would be total euphoria that everybody will say this is a, you know, a huge step forward in the subject. But that rarely happens.

Whatever one's concept of time, it passes slowly for Einstein at the patent office.

He submits papers to important scientific journals, the best scientific journals and hopes for the best. And the best doesn't come for a while.

He was anxious. What was the reaction of the physics community to his great paper? Silence.

Einstein was very depressed.

Three, four, five months, must have felt like eternity to him.

And then, Einstein's papers fall into the hands of perhaps the one man who can fully understand him--Max Planck.

Max Planck is a great theoretical physicist in Europe.

Planck was the editor of Annalen der Physik in Berlin.

The most important physics journal of the time.

He was Max Planck, reading this paper from this unknown physicist. And Max Planck says, ah, there is something here.

Planck recognized immediately that this was an important paper from an important young scholar.

The Relativity paper was published in June 1905. That volume, number 17, is now one of the most famous publications in the history of science. At the time, Einstein wasn't even a scientist.
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Sitting alone on a city bus, Einstein believes he has glimpsed the secret of the universe. For Einstein, his space was this place where stuff was, and it didn’t do anything. They have stuff in it. This is space combined with time to become space-time, is a more dynamic understanding of this arena that everything takes place in. It’s becoming more alive in a way. He’s saying very, very outlandish and very, very strange things. Rarely had anything so radical been submitted to Europe’s most prestigious scientific journals. He was a complete outsider to the physics of his state as he was, being in Switzerland, being a patent clerk. And yet he was ambitious enough to think that he could challenge the whole of this established physics at the time. You always hope that will be total euphoria that everybody will say that this is a, you know, a huge step forward in the subject, but that rarely happens. Whatever ones concept of time, it passes slowly for Einstein at the patent office. He submits papers to important scientific journals, the best scientific journals, and hopes for the best, and the best doesn’t come for a while. He was anxious. What was the reaction of the physics community to his great paper? Silence. Einstein got very depressed. Three, four, five months, must have felt like eternity to him. And then, Einstein’s papers fall into the hands of perhaps the one man who can fully understand him, Max Planck. Max Planck is a great theoretical physicist in Europe. Planck was the editor of the “Annalen der Physik” in Berlin. It’s the most important physics journal of the time. Here was Max Planck reading this paper from this unknown physicist. And Max Planck says “Ah. There’s something here.” Planck recognized immediately, that this was an important paper from an important young scholar. The relativity paper was published in June, 1905. That volume, No. 17, is now one of the most famous publications in the history of science. At the time, Einstein wasn’t even a scientist.
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[Homework]2012-03-21 阿尔伯特·爱因斯坦 Einstein—4

Sitting alone on a city bus, Einstein believes he has glimpsed the secret of the universe.
For Einstein, space was this place where stuff was. And he didn't do anything he helps stuff in it.
And so space combined with time to become spacetime is a more dynamic understanding of this arena that everything takes place in. It's becoming more alive in a way.
Seeing very very outlandish and very very strange things.
Rarely had anything so radical been submitted to Europe's most prestigious scientific journals.
He was a complete outsider to the physics of his state, as he was being in Switzerland, being a patent clerk, and yet he was ambitious enough to think that he could challenge the whole of this established physics at the time.
You always hoped there would be a total euphoria that everybody will say this is a, you know, a huge step forward in the subject. But that rarely happens.
Whatever one's concept of time, it passes slowly for Einstein at the patent office.
He submits papers to important scientific journals, the best scientific journals and hopes for the best. And the best doesn't come for a while.
He was anxious. What was the reaction of the physics community to his great paper? Silence.
Einstein went a period of depress.
Three, four, five months, must have felt like an eternity to him.
And then, Einstein's papers fall into the hands of perhaps the one man who can fully understand him, Max Planck.
Max Planck is a great theoretical physicist in Europe.
Planck was the editor of Annalen der Physik in Berlin.
The most important physics journal of the time.
He was Max Planck reading this paper from this unknown physicist. And Max Planck says, ah, there is something here.
Planck recognized immediately that this was an important paper from an important young scholar. The Relativity paper was published in June 1905.

That volume, number 17, is now one of the most famous publications in the history of science. At the time, Einstein wasn't even a scientist.                                                   

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Sitting alone on a city bus, Einstein believes yet glimpse to the secret of the universe.     For Einstein space was this place where stuff was, and didn't do anything they have stuff in it. The space combine with time to become space-time, s a more dynamic understanding of this arena the everything take place in. It's becoming more alive in the way. They seem very very outlandish, very very strange things.
    Rarely had anything so radical been submitted to Europe's most prestigous scientific journals.
    He was a complete outside to the physical of the state,as he was, being a Switzerland, being a patent clock and yet he was ambitious enough to thing that he could challenge the whole of these establish physics at the time.
    We always hope that there will be totally unforia that everybody would said this is a, you know, a huge step forward in the subject, but that rarely happens.
    Whatever once counts of the time, it passes slowly for Einstein at the patent office.      
    He submits papers to important scientific journals, the best scientific journals and hopes for the best and best doesn't come for a while.   
    He was anxious, what was the reaction of the physics community to his great paper. Science!
    Einstein was buried into press.
    345 months, must to failed like eternity to it. And then Einstein's papers fall into the hands of perhaps the one man who can fully understand him, Max Plank.
    Max Plank, a great theoretical physicist in Europe. Plank was the editor of xxxx in Berlin, The most important physics journal of the time. It was Max Plank reading this paper from this unknown physicist. And Max Plank says Ah, there are something here! Plank recognize immediately that this is an important paper from an important young scholar.
    The relativity paper was published June, 1905. That value No.17, is now one of the most famous publications in the history science. At the time, Einstein was even a scientific...   

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Sitting alone on a city bus, Einstein believes he’s clings to the secret of the universal.

“For Einstein, space was the place where staff was. And it didn’t do anything to have staff in it. This space combined with time to become the space-time is a more dynamic understanding of this arena that everything takes place in. It’s becoming more alive in a way. Seeing very, very outlandish and very strange things.”

Rarely had everything so radical been submitted to Europe most prodigy’s scientific journals.”

“He was a complete outsider to the physics of his state, as he was being in Switzerland, being in a patent clerk. And yet he was ambitious enough to think that he could challenge the whole of the established physics at the time.”

“You always hope that will be total euphoria that everybody will say this is a, you know, a huge step forward in the subject. But that rarely happens.”

What ever once concept of time, it passes slowly for Einstein at the patent office.

“He submits his papers to important scientific journals, the best scientific journals, and hopes for the best. And the best doesn’t come for a while.”

“He was anxious. What was the reaction of the physics community to his great paper? Silence. Einstein was very depressed.”

“3, 4, 5 months, must feel like eternity to him.”

And then, Einstein’s papers fall into the hands of perhaps the one man, who can fully understand him, Max Plank.   

“Max Plank is a great theoretical physicist in Europe.”

“Plank was the editor of ANNALEN der PHYSIK in Berlin.”

“The most important physic general of that time.”

“It was Max Plank reading this paper from this unknown physicist. And Max Plank says, ‘Ah, there is something here.’”

“Plank recognized immediately that this was an important paper from an important young scholar. The Relativity paper was published in June 1905.”

That volume No. 17 is now one of the most famous publications in the history of science. At the time, Einstein was even a scientist.
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SITTING ALONG ON THE CITY BUS.
EINSTEIN BELIEVES HE HAS GLIMPSED THE  SECRET OF THE UNIVERSE
FOR EINSTEIN.SPACE WAS THIS PLACE WHERE STUFF  WAS.
AND HE DIDN'T DO ANYTHING,THEY HAD STUFF IN IT.
AND THE SPACE COMBINE WITH TIME TO BECOMES SPACETIME
IS A MORE DYNAMIC UNDERSTADNDING OF THIS ARENA THAT
THE EVERTING TAKES PLACE OF THEM.IT IS BECOMING MORE ALIVE AND IN THE WAY.


HE'S SEEN  VARY VERY OUTLANDISH AND VERY VERY STRANGE THING.
RARELY HAD ANYTHING SO RADICAL BEEN SUBMITEDED TO EUROPE'S MOST PRESTIGOUS SCIENTIFIC JOURANALS.
HE WAS A COMPLITE OUTSIDE OF THE PHYSIC OF HIS STATE. AS HE WAS.
BEING IN SWITZERLAND.BEING A PATENT CLERK.
AND YET HE WAS AMBITIOUS ENOUGH TO THINK THAT HE COULD CHALLENGED
THE WHOLE OF HIS ESTABLISHED PHYSICS AT THAT  TIME.

YOU ALWAYS HOPE THAT THERE WOULD BE TOTALLY U FORRIOR THAT EVERYBODY WAS SIGNS
THIS IS (U KNOW )A REFUGEE THAT FOR WORLD FOR THE SUBJECT
BUT IT DON'T REALLY HAPPENS.
WHATEVER WANTS COME AT THAT TIME.IT PASSES SLOWLY FOR EINSTEIN IN THE PAD ENOUGH OFFICE.

IT SUBMIT PAPERS TO IMPORTANT SCIENTIFIC JOURNALS THE BEST SCIENTIFIC JOURNALS
AND HOPES FOR THE BEST.AND THE BEST DOESN'T COME FOR A WHILE.
HE WAS ANXIOUS.WHAT WAS THE REACTION OF THE PHYSICS COMMUNITTY TO HIS GREAT PAPER.SILENCE.

EINSTEIN WAS THAT VERY DEPRESS.345MONTHS.MUST FEEL LIKE ETERNITY TO IT.
AND THEN EINSTEIN'S PAPER FALLEN TO THE HAND PERHAPS THE ONE MAN WHO CAN FULLY UNDERSTAND HIM.
MAXPLOK.
MP IS A GREAT STILL RADICAL PHYSICS IN EUROPE.
P WAS THE EDITOR OF THE ANNALEN DE PHYSICS IN BURLIN.
THE MOST IMPORTANT PHYSICS JOURNEL OF THE TIME.
DURING MP READING THIS PAPER FROM THIS UNKNOW PHYSICIST.
AND MP SAYS "AH...THERE ARE SOMETHING HERE."

P RECOGNISED IMMEDIATELY THAT THIS WAS THE  IMPORTANTLY PAPER FROM THE IMPORTANT YOUNG SCALLERS.
THE REALERTIVITY PAPER,WHICH PUBLISHED IN JUNE ,1905.
THAT VOLUME NO.70 IS NOW ONE OF THE MOST FAMOUS PUBLICATIONS IN THE HISTORY OF SCIENCE.
AT THE TIME.EINSTEIN WAS EVEN A SCIENTIST.
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[Homework]2012-03-21 阿尔伯特·爱因斯坦 Einstein—4

Sitting alone on the city bus,Einstein believed here is a glimpsed secret of the universe.

For Einstein, space was this place where stuff was, and he didn't do anything, it has stuff in it. And this space combined with time to become the space time is more dynamic understanding of this arena, then anything takes place in, it's becoming more alive in the way
.

Seeing very very outlandish,and very very strange things
.

Rarely had anything so radically been submitted to Europe's most prestigous scientific journals
.

He was complete outsider to the physic of his state as he was, being in Switzerland, being a pattern clerk. and yet he was ambious enough to think that could challenge the whole of this establish physics at this time
.

You always hope there would be total euphoria that everybody will say, this is , you know, a hugh step forward in the subject. But that rarely happens
.

Whatever once concerns of this time, it passed slowly for Einstein in the patent office
.

He submits papers to important scientitic journals, the best scientific journals and hope for the best. and the best doesn't come for a while
.

He was axious, what was reaction of the physic community to this great paper
, silence.

Einstein was very depressed, 3, 4, 5 months,must feel like eternity to him. and then Einstein's paper has fallen to the hands of perhaps one man who can fully understand him, Mex P
.

M.C. is a great theoretical physicist in Europe. P. was an editor of D. physic in Berlin. the most important physic journal of the time
.

He was M. P. reading this paper from this unknown physicist, and M.C. says, ah, there are something here. P. recognised immediately, that this was an important paper from young scholar.the Relatively paper was published in June 1905, that volumn number 17, it's now one of the most famous publication in the history of science
.

At the time, Einstein wasn't even a
scientist.
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Sitting alone on the city bus ,Einstein believes he has glimpse to secret of the universe .For Einstein space was the place where stuff was .And they didn`ft do anything .And they have stuff in it .That space combines time is the spacetime is more dynamic understanding of this orena that everything take place in is becoming more life in a way .Seeing very very outlandishing is very very strang things .rarly had anything so redical been submitted to years of most prestigious scientific journals .He was a complete outsider to the physics of his state as he was been in Switzerland beening a patent clerk .Yet he was ambitious enough to think that he could challenge the whole of established physcis at that time .You always hope that `ll be a total euphoria(欣快) that everybody will say this is a huge step forward in the subject .But that rarely happens .Whatever went concept of the time,it passes slowly for Einstein at the patent office.He submited papers to import scientific journals ,the best scientific journals ,and hoped for the best .And the best doesn`t come for a while .He was anxious .What was the reaction of the physics  community to his great papper ?---Silence .Einstein was thus very depressed .Three or five months must be felt like eternity to it .And then ,his papper fell into the hand of perhapes one man who could fully understand him--Max Planck.Max Planck was the great theoretical physicist in Europe .He was the editor of Annalen der Physik in Berlin --the most important physics journal of the time .Planck reading the papper from the unknown physicist .And he says :oh !there is something here .He recognize imediatly that this is important paper from un important young scholar .The relatively paper was published in june 1905 .That volume no.17 is now one of the most famous publication in the history of science .At the time ,Einstein was even a scientist .                                                   
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Sitting alone on the city bus,Einstein believes he has glimpsed the secret of the universe.For Einstein,space was the place where staff was and he didn't do anything,they have staff limit and space combine with time to become spacetime.It's more dynamic on the understanding of this arena that everything takes place,it's becoming more alive in a way,seeing very very outlandish,very very strange things.wherever had anything so radical being       to Europe most prestige scientific journals.He was complete an outsider of physical state as he was being in Swissland being a patent clerk.And yet he was ambitious enough to say that he could challenge the whole of this established physics at the time.You always hope that will be totally  euphoria that ever he would say,this is, you know, a huge step forward in the subject but that early happens.Whatever once concept of time,it passes slowly for Einstein in the patent office.He submitted paper to important scientific journals,the best scientific journals and hopes for the best.And best doesn't come for a while.He was anxious.What was the reaction of the physics committee to his great paper?Slience.Einstein's glad buried by depress.3,4,5months must felt like a eternality to him.And then Einstein's paper fall into the hands of perhaps the one man who can fully understand him,Max Plank.Max Plank is a great theoritical physicist in Europe.Plank was the editor of         in Berlin,the most important physics journal of the time.It was Max Plank reading this paper from this unknown physicist and Max Plank says ah,there something here.Plank recognize immediately that this is an important paper from an important young scholar.The relativity paper was published in June 1905.That volume NO. 17 is now one of the most famous publications in history of science.At the time,Einstein was not even a scientist.

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Sitting alone on a city bus, Einstein believes he has glimpsed to secret of universe.
For Einstein, space was the place where stuff was. And they didn'tdo anything. They have stuff in it. So space combines with time to become spacetime. It's a more dynamic understanding of this arena that everything takingplace is becoming more alive in a way. It seems very, very outlandish, very,very strange thing.
Rarely had anything so radical been submitted to Europe most prestigiousscientific journals. He was a completely outsider to the physics of a state ashe was being a Switzerland, being a patent clerk.  And yet he wasambitious enough to think that he could challenge the whole of this establishedphysics at that time.
He always hoped that there will be total euphoria thateveryone would say, you know, it is a huge step forward for the subject. Butthat rarely happens.
Whatever one’s concept of time, it passed slowly for Einstein atthe patent office. He submits papers to important scientific journals, the bestscientific journals, and hopes for the best. And the best doesn't come for awhile.
He was anxious. What was the reaction of the physics community tohis great paper? Silence. Einstein got very depressed.
Three or five months must be felt like eternity to him. And thenEinstein's papers fall onto the hands of perhaps one man who can fully understandhim. Max Plunk.
Max Plunk is a great theoretic physicist in Europe.
Plunk was the editor of The Announce of Physik in Berlin, the mostimportant physical journal of the time. It was Max Plunk reading this paper formthis unknown physicist. The Max Plunk said, Ah, there is somethinghere.
Plunk recognized immediately that this is an important paper froman important young scholar. The relativity paper was published in June 1905.That volume, No 17, is now one of the most famous publications in the history ofscience. At the time, Einstein wasn't even a scientist.
                                                   
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Sitting alone on the city bus, Einstein believes he has glimpsed the secrets of the universe.
For Einstein,  space was the place where stuff was and didn't do anything. They has stuff in it. It's the space combined to time to become space time. It's a more dynamic understanding of this arena that everything takes place in. It's becoming more alive in a way.
Things very very outlandish, very very strange things.
Rarely had anything so radical been submitted to Europe most prestigious scientific journals.
It was complete outside to the physical phrase to date as he was being an Switzerlander being a patent clerk. And yet he was ambitious enough to think he could challenge the whole established physicists  at that time.
You alway hope that it would be a totally euphoria that every one will says that it was a huge step forward to the subject. But that really happens.
Whatever ones account at the time, it passes slowly for Einstein at the patent office.
He submits papers to important scientific journals, best scientific journals and hope for the best. And the best doesn't come for a while.
He was an anxious. What was the reaction of the physic community to his great paper, silence. Einstein felt very depressed.
3, 4, 5, months must felt like eternity to him.
And then Einstein's papers fall into the hands of perhaps the one man who can fully understand him, Max //
Max Plank is a greatest theoretical physicist in Europe.
Plank is the editor of // in Berlin. The most import physic journal at that time.        
It was Max Plank reading this paper from this unknown physicist. Max Plank says. Ah there something here.
Plank recognized immediately that this is an important paper from an important young scholar,. The relativity paper was published in June 1905.
The volume No.17 is now one of the most famous publications in the history of science. At the time , Einstein was even a scientist
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[Sitting alone on the city bus, Einstein believes he has glimpsed the secret of the universe.
For Einstein,  space was the place where stuff was and didn't do anything. They has stuff in it. It's the space combined with time to become space time. It's a more dynamic understanding of this arena that everything takes place in. It's becoming more alive in a way.
Things very very outlandish, very very strange things.
Rarely had anything so radical been submitted to Europe most prestigious scientific journals.
It was a complete outsider to the physical phrase to date as he was being an Switzerlander being a patent clerk. And yet he was ambitious enough to think that he could challenge the whole established physicists  at that time.
You alway hope that it would be a totally euphoria that every one will says this was a huge step forward inthe subject. But that rarely happens.
Whatever ones account at the time, it passes slowly for Einstein at the patent office.
He submits papers to important scientific journals, the best scientific journals and hopes for the best. And the best doesn't come for a word.
He was anxious. What was the reaction of the physic community to his great paper, silence. Einstein felt very depressed.
3, 4, 5, months must felt like eternity to him.
And then Einstein's papers fall into the hands of perhaps the one man who can fully understand him, Max Plank
Max Plank is a greatest theoretical physicist in Europe.
Plank was the editor of // in Berlin. The most import physic journal of that time.         
It was Max Plank reading this paper from this unknown physicist. and Max Plank says. Ah there is something here.
Plank recognized immediately that this is an important paper from an important young scholar,The relativity paper was published in June 1905.
The volume No.17 is now one of the most famous publications in the history of science. At the time , Einstein was even a scientist
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