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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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300000 times more massive than the earth, the sun is the perfect object for Einstein's experiment. But how can anyone shine a beam of light around the sun?

He says light from a distant star as it passes right next the sun in the sun's gravitational field will be bent.

Because spaces bend around the sun.

But even if Einstein is right, he'll never be able to see it happen because the sun is just too bright except...

When is the sun covered so that we can see what's around it without being blinded by the light.

That only occurs during a total solar eclipse. Here is the sun and it's blocked by the moon. And suddenly all the stars come out. And you figure if you have the sun here, and there stars way back here and the light's coming in toward you, it will bend slightly. So to your eye, you think that the stars have had gone out like that.

Light going around the sun, that's something that even his mother couldn't understand.

Nobody actually was willing to say without doubt this is the truth until somebody can prove it by taking a picture.

So who would you turn to? You turn to the astronomers, the astrophysicists. Our laboratory is the entire universe.

By 1912, Einstein believes he's finally on the verge of proving his long percolating and provocative theory.

He published this revolutionary prediction and puts the call out to the astronomy world. "Go out and measure." He said. "Go to the eclipse and do this observation."

Nothing happened. He actually wrote to well-known astronomers trying to interest them in doing the test and was a little discouraged I think. Because he discovered that as people often do that, astronomers are busy people they have many things to do and don't necessarily drop everything and the job they have had, even for Einstein.

It's a frustrating and bitter setback for Einstein. But then, at the Berlin Observatory, a young assistant answers the call. He is an impassioned and brazen young man who is willing to go quite literally to the ends of the earth for Einstein. His name is Oven...

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Three hundred thousand times more massive than the earth, the sun is the perfect object for Einstein's experiment, but how can anyone shine   the beam of light around the sun. He says light from the distant stars passes right next to the sun in the sun's gravitational field or were bent. Because spaces bend, ah, around the sun. But even if Einstein is right, he'll never be able to see it happen, because the sun is just too bright, except when is the sun covered so that we can see what is around it without being blinded by the light.

That only occurs during a total solar eclipse. Here is the sun, and it's blocked by the moon, and suddenly all the stars come out. He figured if you had the sun here, and there're stars way back here and the lights coming in toward, it would bend slightly. So to your eye, you think that the stars have gone off like that. Light going around the sun, that's something that even his mother could understand. Nobody action was willing to say without doubt, this is the truth, until somebody can prove it by taking a picture. So who you turn to? He turned to the astronomers, the astrophysicist. Our laboratory is the entire universe. By 1912, Einstein believes he's finally on the verge of his percolating and provocative theory.

He publishes this revolutionary prediction and puts the call to the astronomy world, go out and measure, he said, go to an eclipse and do this observation. Nothing happened. He actually wrote to well- known astronomers, trying to interest them in doing a test and was little discovery that he think, because he discovered that people often do it. Astronomers are busy people with many things to do and don't necessarily drop everything of the job they had, even for Einstein. It's a frustrating and bitter setback for Einstein, but then at the Berlin Observatory, a young assistant answered the call. He is a passion and brazen young man who's willing to go quite literally to the ends of the world for Einstein. His name Irving Finly from...
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[Homework]2012-04-06 阿尔伯特·爱因斯坦 Einstein—10

300 thousand times more massive than the earth, the sun is the perfect object for Einstein's experiment. But how can anyone shine a beam of light around the sun? He says light from distant stars it passes right next the sun in the sun's gravitational field or will bent. It causes spaces bent around the sun. But even if Einstein is right, he will never be able to see it happen because the sun is just too bright. Except, when is sun covered, so we can see what around it without being blinded by the light. That only occurs during a total solar eclipse. Here is the sun, and it is blocked by the moon and suddenly all the stars come out. He figured if he have the sun here and there are stars way back here and the lights coming toward you will bend slightly. So to your eye, you think that the stars had gone, all like that. Light going around the sun, that is something that even his mother could understand. Nobody actual was willing to say without doubts, this is the truth, until somebody can prove it by taking a picture. So what did he turn to? He turned to astronomers, the astrophysicist. Our laboratory is the entire universe. By 1912, Einstein believed that he's finally on the verge of proving percolating and provocative theory. He pulishes this revolutionary prediction and puts the color to this astronomy world. Go out and messure, he said, go to an eclipse and do this observation. Nothing happened. He actually wrote to well known astronomers, try to interest them in doing the test and was a little dicouraged i think because he discovered that people often do that. Astronomers are busy people with many things to do and don't necessarily drop everything of the job they had, even for Einstein. It was a frustrating and bitter setback for Einstein, but then, at the Barlin Observatory, a young assistant answers the call. He was a passion and brazen young man who's willing to go quite literally to the ends of the earth for Einstein. His name is E F

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[Homework]2012-04-06 阿尔伯特·爱因斯坦 Einstein—10

300,000 times more massive than the earth, the sun is the perfect object for Einstein's experiment. But how can anyone shine a beam of light around the sun? He says light from distant stars, it passes right next to the sun in the sun's gravitational field or rebend.
Because space is bent around the sun.
But even if Einstein is right, he will never be able to see it happened because the sun is just too bright. Except...
When the sun is covered so that we can see what's around without being blinded by the light. That only occurs during a total solar eclipse.
Here is the sun and it's blocked by the moon and suddenly all the stars come out.
He figured if you have the sun here and there's star way back here and lights coming in toward you, it will bend slightly. So to your eye, you think that the star had gone off like lamp.
Light going around the sun, that's something that even his mother could understand.
Nobody actually was willing to say without doubt this is the truth until somebody can prove it by taking a picture.
So who will you turn to? You turn to the astronomers, the astrophysicist. Our laboratory is the entire universe.
By 1912 Einstein believes he is finally on the verge of proving his long peculating and provocative theory.  
He publishes this revolutionary prediction and puts the call to the astronomy world.
Go out and measure, he said, go to an eclipse and do this observation.  
Nothing happened.
He actually wrote to well-known astronomers, trying to interest them and doing a test, and was a little discouraged, I think, because he discovered that as people often do it, astronomers are busy people with many things to do and don't necessarily drop everything at the job ahead, even for Einstein.
It's a frustrating and bitter setback for Einstein. But then at the Berlin Observatory a young assistant answers the call. He is an impassioned and bracing young man who is willing to go, quite literally, to the ends of earth for Einstein. His name is Erwin Finlay Freundlich.



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[Homework]2012-04-06 阿尔伯特·爱因斯坦 Einstein—10

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本帖最后由 2007acton 于 2012-4-6 21:31 编辑

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300000 times more massive than the earth, the sun is the perfect object for Einstein's experiment. But how can anyone shine a beam of light around the sun?
It says the light from a distant star as it passes right next the sun in the sun's gravitational field will bend.
Because spaces bend around the sun.
But even if Einstein is right, he'll never be able to see it happen because the sun is just too bright except...
When is the sun covered so that we can see what is around it without being blinded by the light.
That only occurs during a total solar eclipse. Here is the sun and it is blocked by the moon. And suddenly all the stars come out. The figure: if you have the sun here, and there stars wait back here and the lights coming in towards you, they will bend slightly. So to your eye, you think that the star has gone out like that.
Light going around the sun, that's something that even his mother could understand.
Nobody actually was willing to say without doubt this is the truth until somebody can prove it by taking a picture.
So who would you turn to? You turn to the astronomers, the astrophysicists. Our laboratory is the entire universe.
By 1912, Einstein believes his finally on the verge of proving his long percal leading? and provocative theory.
He published this revolutionary prediction and puts the call off to the astronomy world. "Go out and measure." He said. "Go to the eclipse and do this observation."
Nothing happened. He actually wrote to well-known astronomers trying to interest them in doing the test and was a little discouraged I think. Because he discovered that as people often do this, astronomers are busy people with many things to do and don't necessarily drop everything at the job ahead, even for Einstein.
It's a frustrating and bitter setback for Einstein. But then, at Berlin Observatory, a young assistant answers the call. He is an impassioned and bracing young man who is willing to go quite literally to the ends of the earth for Einstein. His name is Oven...
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[Homework]2012-04-06 阿尔伯特·爱因斯坦 Einstein—10

300,000 times more massive than the earth, the sun is the perfect object for Einstein's experiment. But how can anyone shine a beam of light around the sun.     He says light from distance star is pass right next the Sun, in the sun gravitational field. We blend because space is blend around the sun. But even the Einstein is right, he will never be able to see it happen, because the sun is just too bright. Except when is the sun covered, so that we can see what's the around without be glaned by the light. That only occurs during a total solar eclipse.
    Here is the sun and it's block by the moon and suddenly all the stars come out. The figure if you have the sun here and they start the way back here and lights coming in toward you it would blend slightly. So it you eye, you think that the stars had gone out like that.
    Light going around the sun that something that his mother could understand.
    Nobody actually was willing to say without doubt this is the truth until somebody can prove it by taking a picture.
    So, who do you turn to, he turn to the astronomer, the actual physicist. Our laboratory is the entire universe. By 1912, Einstein believe he is finally on the verge of proving his long percolating and provoked theory.
    He publishes this revolutionary production and puts the crawl to the astronomy rule. Go out and measure, he said, go to eclipse and do this observation.
    Nothing happened, he actually wrote to well-known astronomers try to interest them doing a test and was a little discovered I think, because he discovered as people losing do it. Astronomer is busy people with many things to do in, don't necessary drop everything and drop ahead even for Einstein.
    It's frustrating and bitter sad back for Einstein. But then at the Berlin observatory, a young assistant answer the call. He is an passion and brazen young man who is willing go quite little to the ends of earth for Einstein, his name is Evan ...     

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[Homework]2012-04-06 阿尔伯特·爱因斯坦 Einstein—10

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300,000 times more mass than the earth, the sun is the perfect object for Einstein's experiment. But how can anyone shine a beam of light around the sun?
It says light from distance stars passes right next to the sun in the sun's gravitational field will be bend.
Because spaces bend around the sun.
But even Einstein is right he will never be able to see it happen because the sun is just too bright. Except.
When the sun's covered so that we can see what's around it without been blind by the light.  That only occurs during a total solar eclipse.
Here is the sun and it's block by the moon and suddenly all the stars come out. They figure if you have the sun here and the stars way back here and the lights come in toward you will bend slightly. So to you eye you think that the stars had gone out of there.
Light going around the sun that's something that even his mother could understand.
Nobody actually was willing to say without doubt this is the truth until somebody can prove it by taking a picture.
So would you turn to? He turns to the astronomers the actually physicist, out laboratory is the entire universe.
By 1912 Einstein believes he is finally on the verge of proving his long percolating and provoked theory.
He publishs this revolutionary prediction and puts the color to the astronomy world, go out and measure. He said go to an eclipse and do this observation.
Nothing happened.
He actually wrote to well known astronomers trying to interest in doing a test and was a little discover thing because he discovered that people often do it. Astronomers are busy people have many thing to do don't necessarily drop everything or drop what we had even for Einstein.
It's a frustrating and bitter set back for Einstein but then at the Berlin Observatory, a young assistance answers the call. He is a passion breathing young man who is willing to go quiet literally to the ends of the earth for Einstein. His name is Erwin Finlay Freundlich.
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本帖最后由 lunar_ll 于 2012-4-7 23:44 编辑

300,000 times more massive than the earth, the sun is the perfect object for Einstein's experiment. But how can anyone shine a beam of light around the sun.
"It says light from distant stars as passes right next to the sun in the sun's gravitational field were bent."
"Because spaces bend around sun "But even if Einstein is right he'll never be able to see it happened because the sun is just too bight except..."
"When is the sun covered, so we can see what's around it without being blinded by the light...that's only occurs during a total solar eclipse."
"Here's the sun and it's blocked by the moon and suddenly all the stars come out, it figures that if we have the sun here and there are stars way back here and lights comes in towards you it will bend slightly ,so to your eye, you think the stars has gone out right there."
"Light is going around the sun that's something that even his mother could understand."
"Nobody act as willing to say without doubt this is truth until somebody can prove it by taking a picture.""So who do you turn to, you turn to the astronomers, the astrophysics, our libatory is the entire universe." By 1912, Einstein believes his finally on the verge of proving his long percolating and provocative theory. "
"He published this revolutionary prediction and puts the call to the astronomy world."
"Go out and measure, he says, go to the eclipse and do this observations.""Nothing happened.""He actually wrote to one of the astronomers, trying to interest them then doing a test. And was a little discovery, I think, even for Einstein, It's frustrating and bitter setback for Einstein, but then, at a Berlin Observatory. a young assistant answer the call. He's in a passion and brazen young man who is willing to go quite literally to the ends of earth for Einstein. His name was Oven
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200000 times more massive than the earth ,the sun is the perfect object for Einstein`s experiment.But how can anyone shine a beam of light around the sun .He says the light from distand passes right next to the sun in the sun`s gravitational field or rebend.Because space is bend around the sun .But even if he is right he will never be able to see it happen because the sun is too bright exept when the sun is covered so when can see what`s around it without being blinded by the light.That only occurs during the total solar elipse(日食).Here is the sun and it`s blocked by the moon and suddenly all the stars come out.He figured if you have the sun here and the stars way back here and lights coming in towards you,it will bend slightly.So to your eye,you think the stars have gone or right there .Light going around the sun that `s something that even his mother could understand.No body actually was willing to say with no doubt that this is a truth until somebody can prove it by taking a picture .So who do you turn to ,you turn to the astronomers ,the extrophysists.Our lab is an entire universe.In 1912,he belives he is finally on the verge of proving his long  percolating and provocative theory .
  He publishes his revolutional prediction and puts callout to the the astronomy road.Go out and measure.He says go to eclips and do the oberbation.
Nothing happens.He actually wrote to astronomers tryed to interested them in doing the test.And was a little discouraged i think.Because people never do it.The astronomers are busy people with many things to do and don`t nesserayly drop everything that their job will have .And even for Einsein .It`s a frustrating and bitter setback for Einstein.But then at the Berlin observatory,a young assitant answers the call.He is an passionate and brazing young man who is willing to go quite literally to the ends of the world for Eintein.His name is EF.
  
                                                   
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Three hundred thousand times more massive than the earth, the sunis the perfect object for Einstein's experiment. But how can anyone shine a beamof light around the sun?
He says light from a distant star passes right next to the sunin the sun's gravitational field will be bent. Because space is bentaround the sun.
But even if Einstein is right, he'll never be able to see ithappened because the sun is just too bright. Except. When is the sun covered?So that we can see what's around it without being blinded by the light. Thatonly occurs during a total solar eclipse.
Here is the sun and it's blocked by the moon. And suddenly, all the stars come out. They figure if you have sun here, and there are stars wayback here, and lights coming in toward you, it will bend slightly. So to your eye,you think that the star had gone, like that.
Light going around the sun. That's something that even yourmother could understand. Nobody actually was willing to say without doubt thisis the truth until somebody can prove it by taking a picture.
So who'd you turn to? You turn to the astronomers, theastrophysicist. Our laboratory is the entire universe.
By 1912, Einstein believes he is finally on the verge of provinghis long percolating and provocative theory. He publishes this revolutionaryprediction, and puts the call to the astronomy world. Go out and measure, hesaid, go to the eclipse and do this observation. Nothing happened. He actuallywrote to well-known astronomers, trying to interest them in doing a test and was a little discouraged, I think, because he discovered few people often do that.Astronomers are busy people with many things to do. and don't necessarily dropeverything at the drop of the head, even for Einstein.
It's a frustrating and bitter setback for Einstein.But then at the Berlin observatory, a young assistant answers the call. He is apassion and bristling young man who is willing to go quite literally to theends of earth for Einstein. His name is Erwin ....
                                                   
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Three hundred thousand times more massive than the earth, the sun is the perfect object for Einstein's experiment. But how can anyone shine a beam of light around the sun? He says light from a distant star as it passes right next to the sun in the sun's gravitational field will rebend. Because spaces bend around the sun. But even if Einstein is right, he'll never be able to see it happen because the sun is just too bright except... When is the sun covered so that we can see what's around it without being blinded by the light. That only occurs during a total solar eclipse. Here is the sun, and it's blocked by the moon, and suddenly all the stars come out. He figured if you have the sun here, and there stars way back here, and light's coming in toward you, it will bend slightly. So to your eye, you think that the stars had gone out like that. Light going around the sun, that's something that even his mother could understand. Nobody actually was willing to say without doubt this is the truth until somebody can prove it by taking a picture. So who'd you turn to? You turn to the astronomer, the astrophysicist. Our laboratory is the entire universe. By 1912, Einstein believes he's finally on the verge of proving his long percolating provocative theory. He publishes this Revolutionary Prediction and puts the call out to the astronomy world. Go out and measure, he said, go to the eclipse and do this observation. Nothing happened. He actually wrote to well-known astronomers, trying to interest them and doing a test and was a little discouraged I think, because he discovered as people often do that. Astronomers are busy people and many things to do, and don't necessarily drop everything and the job they've had, even for Einstein. It's a frustrating and bitter setback for Einstein. But then, at the Berlin Observatory, a young assistant answers the call. He is an impassioned and brazen young man who's willing to go quite literally to the ends of the earth for Einstein. His name is Oven.
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300 thousands times more massive than earth. The sun is the perfect object for Eistan's experiment. But how can anyone shine a beam of light around the sun? It is said lights for distant stars passes right next the sun in sun's grabfitialnal field.
Because ban around the sun.
But even Eistan is right, he'll never be able see it to happen, because the sun is just to bright. except
One of the sun's covered, so we can see what's wrong that without been blighted  by the light.
That only occurs during total solary collaps.
Here is the sun, and blocked by the moon. and suddenly all stars come out. The figure if you have the sun here, and there's stars way back here, and let's coming in told you you're banslep, so cheer i you think that the stars have gone xxx.
Light going around the sun, that's something that even his mother could understand. Nobody else was wiling to see without doubt this is a truth, until someone can approve it by taken a picture.
So, would you turn to? your turn to the xxx, they are astrophyisist, Our labortory is the entire universe.
By 1912, Eistan believed his finally on the verge proving his long xx and xx field.
He published this revolutionary prediction, and puts the color to the astronomy world. go out in mesure, he said, going into the collapse, and this observation.
I think it happened.
He actually wrote to one of astronomers, tyr to introduce them doing test , and was a little discaried, I think because he discovered that he belong to that, astronomers are busy people, xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
It's frustrating and a bit set back for Eistan. But then at the berling xxtory, A young system began to come. His impassion and breathing of a young man who is willing to go quite literally to the ends of the earth from Eistan. His name is xxxx
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