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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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Haber felt he could construct a devastating enough weapon that it would end the war quickly, does a humane outcome.

The institute Haber directs is turned into testing gas to be deployed on the western front. Einstein has an office in Haber's institute.

Einstein was disgusted by the eagerness with which Haber first amongst his colleagues, but many of his colleagues, went looking for ways to kill people, and kill them more effectively.

Haber was one of the first to develop terrible weapons out of the potential of science.

Early in the war, Haber's new mystery weapon, poison gas, is tested on the Belgiam battlefield.

Haber was there and said "release the weapon." This low cloud drifted over battlefield and the cloud just sort of forms.

This was the first time this ever happened. Troops had seen things that looked much worse than this cloud and the effect was devastating. I mean the troops were just blown out at their trenches.

Haber saw thousands of people died, thousands of soldiers, about 5,000 soldiers.

Your lungs begin to fill with fluid and as the deterioration of your body continues, you can lie there on dry ground in effect drowning.

Albert Einstein takes a look at his close friend and his, you know, intimate professional colleague and says "in effect, you are pathological. This is grotesque." He writes a letter to a friend in Switzerland that says all of our supposed technological progress is like an ax in the hands of a mad man.

Haber never resented it and it's so strange that he befriended Einstein so closely. They were living on different planets.

The war posed a big dilemma for Einstein because in his personal relationships he respected and was even fond of his colleagues but rejected their wholehearted support of the war.

He comes across this very publicly hyped and published document called the manifesto of 93.

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Harbor felt he could construct a devastating enough weapon that illed in the world quickly. That's a humane outcome.

The institute Habor directs has turned into testing gas to be deployed on the western front. Einstein has an office in Harbor's institute.

Einstein was disgusted by the eagerness with which Harbor first amongst his colleagues but many of his colleagues went looking for ways to kill people and kill the more fact one.

Harbor was one of the first to develop terrible weapons out of the potential of science.

Early in the war, Harbor's new mystery weapon--poison gas--is tested on the Bogen battlefield.

Harbor was there and said, " Release the weapon." This low cloud drifted over battlefield. And the clouds just form. This was the first time this ever happen. Troops has seen the things as looked much worse than this cloud. In fact, it was devastating. I mean the troops just blown out of their treacherous.

Harbor saw thousands of people die, thousands of soldiers, about 5000 soldiers.

The lungs begin to be filled with fluid and as the deterioration of your body continues, you can lie there on the dry ground, in fact, drowning.

Albert Einstein takes a look at his close friend and his, you know, internment professional colleague and says, in fact, you're pathological. This is rotask. He writes a letter to his friends in Switzerland that says all of our supposed technological progress is like an axe in the hands of a madman.

Harbor never resented it. And it's so strange that he be friends of Einstein so closely. They were living on different planets.

The war posed a big dilemma for Einstein because, in his personal relationship, he respected and was even fan of his colleagues but rejected their whole-hearted support of the war.

He comes across this very publicly hyper-published document called the Manifest of 93.
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[Homework]2012-04-25 阿尔伯特·爱因斯坦 Einstein—18

Haber felt he could construct a devastating enough weapon that'll end the war quickly. That's a humane outcome. The institute Haber directs is turned into a testing gas to be deployed on the western front. Einstein has an office in Haber's institute.
Einstein was disgusted by the eagerness with which Haber first among his colleagues, but many of his colleagues when looking for ways to kill people and kill in a more effective way.
Haber was one of the first to develop terrible weapons out of the potential science.
Early in the war, Haber's new mystery weapon- poison gas, is tested in the Belgium battlefield.   
Haber was there and said, lease the weapon. This low cloud drifted over battlefield. And the cloud's just a sort of forms. This was the first time the thing ever happened. Troops had't seem things that looked much worse than this cloud. The effect is devastating. I mean the troops were just blown out of their treacherous.
Haber saw thousands of people die, thousands of soldiers, about 5,000 soldiers.
Your lungs begin to feel fluid and as the deterioration of your body continues, you can lie there on dry ground in effect of drowning.
Albert Einstein takes a look at his close friend and his, you know, intimate professional colleague and says, in effect, you are pathological. This is grotesque. He writes a letter to a friend in Switzerland and says, all our supposed technological progress is like an ax in the hands of a madman.
Haber has never resented, and it's so strange that he befriended with Einstein so closely. They were living on different planets.
The war poised the dilemma for Einstein because in his personal relationships he respected, and was even fond of his colleagues, but rejected their whole heart's support of the war.
It comes a cross. This is a very publicly, hyped published document called the Manifesto of 93.

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Haber felt he could construct a devastating enough weapon that it would end the war quickly, does a humane outcome.

The institute Haber directs is turned into testing gas to be deployed on the western front. Einstein has an office in Haber's institute.

Einstein was disgusted by the eagerness with which Haber first amongst his colleagues, but many of his colleagues, went looking for ways to kill people, and kill them more effectively.

Haber was one of the first to develop terrible weapons out of the potential of science.

Early in the war, Haber's new mystery weapon, poison gas, is tested on the Belgiam battlefield.

Haber was there and said "release the weapon." This low cloud drifted over battlefield and the cloud just sort of forms.

This was the first time this ever happened. Troops had seen things that looked much worse than this cloud and the effect was devastating. I mean the troops were just blown out at their trenches.

Haber saw thousands of people died, thousands of soldiers, about 5,000 soldiers.

Your lungs begin to fill with fluid and as the deterioration of your body continues, you can lie there on dry ground in effect drowning.

Albert Einstein takes a look at his close friend and his, you know, intimate professional colleague and says "in effect, you are pathological. This is grotesque." He writes a letter to a friend in Switzerland that says all of our supposed technological progress is like an ax in the hands of a mad man.

Haber never resented it and it's so strange that he befriended Einstein so closely. They were living on different planets.

The war posed a big dilemma for Einstein because in his personal relationships he respected and was even fond of his colleagues but rejected their wholehearted support of the war.

He comes across this very publicly hyped and published document called the manifesto of 93.
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[Homework]2012-04-25 阿尔伯特·爱因斯坦 Einstein—18

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Haber felt he could construct a devastating enough weapon that it would end the war quickly. That's a humane outcome.
The institute Haber directs is turned into a testing gas to be deployed on the western front. Einstein has an office in Haber's institute.
Einstein was disgusted by the eagerness with which Haber first among his colleagues, but many of his colleagues when looking for ways to kill people and kill them more effectively.
Haber was one of the first to develop terrible weapons out of the potential of science.
Early in the war, Haber's new mystery weapon poison gas is tested on the Belgium battlefield.   
Haber was there and said lease the weapon. This low cloud drifted over battlefield and the cloud just sort of forms. This was the first time this ever happened. Troops had seen things that looked much worse than this cloud. The effect was devastating. I mean the troops were just blown out of their trenches.
Haber saw thousands of people die, thousands of soldiers about 5000 soldiers.
Your lungs begin to be filled with fluid. And as the deterioration of your body continues you can lie there on dry ground in effect of drowning.
Albert Einstein takes a look at his close friend and his, you know, intimate professional colleague and says in effect, you are pathological. This is grotesque. He writes a letter to a friend in Switzerland that says all our supposed technological progress is like an ax in the hands of a madman.
Haber never resented it and it's so strange that he befriended Einstein so closely. They were living on different planets.
The war posed the big dilemma for Einstein because in his personal relationships he respected and was even fond of his colleagues, but rejected their wholehearted support of the war.
He comes across this very publicly, hyped published document called the Manifesto of 93.

This post was generated by put listening repetition system,  Check the original dictation thread!
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[Homework]2012-04-25 阿尔伯特·爱因斯坦 Einstein—18

Harbor could construct a devastaing enough weapon that is in the world quickly.This is humanity come.The institute harbor register into *** gas to be deplore on the western front.Einstein has offcie on harbon institute.Einstein was discussed by the illness with which harbon first demonds college .But many of his clleagues were looking for ways to kill and kill them more effective one.Harbor was one of the first to develop terrible weapons out of the potient of scientists.Early in the war,harbors new mystery weapon poison gas is tested on the builting battle field.Harbor was there and said,least weapon.This low clouds battle field.The clouds just forms.This was the time never happen.Troop has seen things that looked much worse than this clouds.The affect is devasting.I meaned the troop just blow out their trenches.Harbor saw thousands of people died.Thousands of soilders about 5 thousands soilders.
You lung began to feel fluate as the deterioraton your body continued you can lie there and draw ground in fact drawing.Albert Einstein took a look at his close friends and his ,you know,into a profession college and said inufactory your pathological .This is gross task.You write letter to friends Swissland said all I supposed the techologcal program is like x in the hands of madman.
Harbor never resented and so stranger that his friend Einstein close in .They will living in differnent planet.The world posed a big dilemma for Einstein.Because his personal relationship who respected was even far from colleagues but rejected their whole heart support of the world.He came across  this very publicly high published document called the manifested 93.

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Haber felt he could construct a devastating enough weapon that it’ll end the war quickly, that’s a humane outcome. The institute Haber directs turned into testing gas to be deployed on the western front. Einstein has an office in Haber’s institute. Einstein was disgust by the eagerness with which Haber first amongst his colleagues but many of his colleagues went looking for ways to kill people and kill them more effectively.

Haber was one of the first to develop terrible weapons out of the potential of science. Early in the war, Haber’s new mystery weapon poisoned gas is tested on Belgian test field. Haber was there and said a lethal weapon. This low cloud drifts over the battlefield. And a cloud just sort of forms, this was the first time this ever happened. Troops have seen things that looked much worse than this cloud.  And the effect was devastating; I mean the troops were just blown out of their trenches, Haber saw thousands of people die, thousands of soldiers, about 5,000 soldiers, your lungs began to fill with fluid, and as the deterioration of your body continues, you can lie there on dry ground in effect drowning.

Albert Einstein takes a look at his close friend and his you know, intimate, professional colleague, and says in effect, you’re pathological, this is grotesque. He writes a letter to a friend in Switzerland that says all out supposed technological progress is like an axe in the hands of a madman. Haber never resented it, and it’s so strange that he’d be friend of Einstein’s so closely. They were living on different planets. The war posed a big dilemma for Einstein, because in his personal relationships, he respected and was even fond of his colleagues, but rejected their whole hearted support of the war, and he comes across this very publicly hyped and published document called the manifesto of 93.
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[Homework]2012-04-25 阿尔伯特·爱因斯坦 Einstein—18

C felt he could construct a devastrated enough weapon that could end the world quickly. That`s the humane outcome.
In institute C directs turn into the testing gase to be deployed on the western front.E has an office in C`s institute.
E was discussted by the eagerness with which C first month of his college and many of his collegues went looking for ways to kill people and in kill in more effective way.C was one of the first to develop terrible weapons out of the protential of science.Early in the war,C`s new mystery weapon prison gase is tested in the B battlefield.
C was there and said release the weapon.This low cloud drifted over the battlefield.Cloud is just a form.This was the first time this ever happen.Troops have seen things that looked much worse than these cloud.The effect was devasting.I mean the troops were blown out at the trenches.C saw thousands of people die.Ur lungs began to be filled with fluid and as the deteration of ur body continues,u can lie there on dry ground in effect drowning.
E takes his look at his close friend and intimate professional collegue.And says in effect ,you are pathological ,this is grotesque.He writes a littles to a friend in S and says all our supposed technology is like an axe in the hands of a mad man.C never resented.And it`s so strange he could befriend with E so closely.They were living on different planet.The war posed a big delimma for E.Because in his personal relationship,he respected and even fond of his collegues.But rejected the whole hearted support of the war.What he comes across,is very publicly ,highly published document called manefesto of 93.


                                                   
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H felt he can construct a devastating enough weapon that it would end the war quickly, does a humane outcome.
The institute H directs turned into testing gas to be deployed on the western front, Einstein has an office in H’s institute.
Einstein was disgusted by the eagerness with which H first amongst his colleagues, but many of his colleagues, looking for ways to kill people and kill them more effectively.
H was one of the first to develop terrible weapons out of the potential of science.
Early in the war, H new mysterious weapon-poison gas, is tested on the Belgian battle field.
H was there and said, release the weapon, this low cloud drifted over the battle field, and cloud, just sort of forms. This was the first time this ever happen, troops had seen things that looked much worse than this cloud.
The effect was devastating, I mean the troops were just blown out at their trenches.
H saw thousands of people die, thousands of soldiers, about five thousands of soldiers.
Your lungs begin to fill with fluid and as the deterioration of you body continues, you can lie there on the dry ground in effect drowning.
Albert Einstein takes a look at his closest friend and his, you know intimate, professional colleague and says: in effect, you pathological, this is grotesque. He writes a letter to a friend in Switzerland that says all of our supposed technological progress is like an ax in the hand of a mad man.
H never resented it and it’s so strange that he befriend Einstein so closely, they were living on different planets.
The war posed a big dilemma for Einstein because in his personal relationship he respected and was even fond of his colleagues but rejected their whole-hearted support of the war.
He comes across this very publicly hyped and published document called manifesto of 93.
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