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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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Einstein has the sort of victory tour of the world.

In America, newspapers are reporting there's a boat goes across the Atlantic. Einstein is coming. And there're 15,000 people waiting to meet Einstein in Lower Manhattan. This is for a theoretical physicist. He traveled all up and down the Eastcoast through the Midwest. Einstein is a total phenomenon.

But more importantly for Einstein, the scientific community is still debating whether his theory is correct. And more attention Einstein gets, the more his theory is thrown into doubt.

Einstein is being exposed to increasing criticism of his theory of relativity. Peopel all said we have to redo the test.

In September of 1922, a total solar eclipse will be fully visible in Australia. And William Wallace Campbell sees an opportunity to set things right once and for all.

He started making plans to completely redo his equipment.

Completely redesign, redesign entirely with this measurement in mind. This was the Cadillac of Einstein effect measuring equipment.

The first eclipse point was the very, very, very westernmost part of Australia, in a place called Ninety Mile beach.

But this time, Campbell is not the only one pursuing this goal. Seven count them, seven expeditions went to Australia. The British sent an expedition. Freundlich led an expedition. It was the first time he had a chance since Russia. John Evershed, a British astronomer, was able to come from India. The Canadian sent an expedition. And two Australian expeditions went. Serious competition to Campbell. The British and Freundlich got clouded out. One of the Australians couldn't get any data. Their equipment was lousy. Poor Evershed from India had beautiful clear skies but he had technical difficulties so he got nothing.

Campbell now in his third expedition is much better prepared. He gets perfect results.

And they showed, I think, 92 stars that the Einstein-effect was not only there, but it behaved as Einstein predicted, very clearly, very unambiguously.

This is one of the lenses which confirmed the theory of relativity. The light actually passed through this lens and actually fell on this plate. This stuff is way cool. I mean this is the heart, stars could be seen around the eclipsed sun. Here highlighted, showed just the deflection predicted

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Einstein has this sort of victory tour of the world. In America, newspapers are reporting as the boat goes across the Atlantic Einstein is coming. There are 15,000 waiting to meet Einstein in lower Manhattan. This is for a theoretical physicist.  He travelled all up and down the east coast through the Middle West, Einstein is a total phenomenon. But more importantly for Einstein, the scientific community is still debating whether his theory is correct. And the more attention Einstein gets, the more his theory is thronging to doubt.

Einstein is being exposed to increasing criticism of his theory of relativity. People all said we have to redo the test. In September 1922, a total solar eclipse will be fully visible in Australia. And William Wallace Campbell sees an opportunity to set things right once and for all. He started making plans to completely redo his equipment, completely redesign, redesign entirely with this measurement in mind, this was the Cadillac of Einstein effect measuring equipment.

First eclipse point was the very, very western most part of Australia, in a place called 99o’beach. This time Campbell is not the only one pursuing this goal. Seven condom, seven expeditions went to Australia. The British sent an expedition, Freundlich led an expedition, it was the first time he had a chance since Russia. John Evershed, a British astronomer was able to come from India. The Canadian sent an expedition, and 2 Australian expeditions went.

Serious competition to Campbell, the British and Freundlich got crowded out. One of the Australians couldn’t get any data, their equipment was lousy. Poor Evershed from India had beautiful clear skies, but he had technical difficulties, so he got nothing.

Campbell now in his 3rd expedition is much better prepared. He gets perfect results, and they show I think 92 stars, that the Einstein effect was not only there, but it behaved as Einstein predicted. Very clearly, very unambiguously, this is one of the lenses which confirmed the theory of relativity. The light actually passed through this lens, and actually fell on this plate, this stuff is way cool, I mean this is the heart, the stars could be seen around the eclipsed sun, here highlighted showed just the deflection predicted by Einstein.
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Einstein has this sort of victory tour of the world.
In America, newspapers are reporting as the boat goes across the Atlantic--Einstein is coming. There are 15,000 waiting to meet Einstein in lower Manhattan. This is for a theoretical physicist.  He travelled all up and down the east coast through the Middle West. Einstein is a total phenomenon.
But more importantly for Einstein, the scientific community is still debating whether his theory is correct. And the more attention Einstein gets, the more his theory is throwing into doubt.
Einstein is being exposed to increasing criticism of his Theory of Relativity.
People all said we have to redo the test. In September of 1922, a total solar eclipse will be fully visible in Australia. And William Wallace Campbell sees an opportunity to set things right once and for all. He started making plans to completely redo his equipment, completely redesign, redesign entirely with this measurement in mind. This was the Cadillac of Einstein effect measuring equipment.
The first eclipse point was the very, very, very western most part of Australia, in a place called 90 *beach. This time Campbell is not the only one pursuing this goal. Seven condom, seven expeditions went to Australia. The British sent an expedition. Freundlich led an expedition. It was the first time he had a chance since Russia. John Evershed, a British astronomer, was able to come from India. The Canadian sent an expedition. And two Australian expeditions went.
Serious competition to Campbell, the British and Freundlich got crowded out. One of the Australians couldn’t get any data, their equipment was lousy. Poor Evershed from India had beautiful clear skies. But he had technical difficulties, so he got nothing.
Campbell now in his third expedition is much better prepared. He gets perfect results. And they show I think 92 stars that the Einstein effect was not only there, but it behaved as Einstein predicted, very clearly, very unambiguously. This is one of the lenses which confirmed the Theory of Relativity. The light actually passed through this lens, and actually fell on this plate. This stuff is way cool. I mean this is the heart, the stars could be seen around the eclipsed sun. Here highlighted showed just the deflection predicted by Einstein.
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[Homework]2012-05-30 阿尔伯特·爱因斯坦 Einstein—33

Einstein has the sort of victory tour of the world. In America, newspapers were reporting his boat goes across the Atlantic, Einstein is coming. There are 15,000 people waiting to meet Einstein in Lower Manhattan. This first theoretical physicist, he traveled all up and down the east coast, through the middle west. Einstein is a total phenomena.  

But more importantly for Einstein, the scientific community is still debating whether his theory is correct. And the more attention Einstein gets, the more his theory is thrown into doubt.


Einstein is being exposed to increasing criticism of his theory of relativity.


People said we have to re-do the test.


In September of 1922, a total solar eclipse will be fully visible in Australia. And William Wallace Campbell sees an opportunity to set the things right once for all. He started making plans to completely re-do his equipment. Completely re-design, re-design entirely with this measurement in mind. This was the catalog of Einstein Effect measuring equipment.


First eclipse point is the very very very western most part of Australia. a place called 90 Mile Beach. But this time Campbell is not the only pursuing this goal. Seven *, seven expeditions went to Australia. The British sent an expedition. Freundlich led an expedition. It was the first time he had a chance since Russia. John Evershed, a British astronomer, was even able to come from India. The Canadian sent an expedition. And two Australian expeditions went. Serious competition to Campbell.


The British and Freundlich got clouded out. One of the Australians couldn't get any data. Their equipment was lousy. Poor Evershed from India had beautiful clear skies, but he had tactical difficulties, so he got nothing.


Campbell now in his third expedition is much better prepared. He gets perfect results. And they showed 92 stars that the Einstein Effect was not only there, but behaved as Einstein predicted, very clearly, very unambiguously.


This is one of the lens which confirmed theory of relativity. The light actually passed through these lens, actually filled on this plate. This stuff is way cool, I mean, this is the heart. The stars could be seen around the eclipsed sun. Here highlighted showed just the reflection predicted by Einstein.

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Einstein has the sort of victory tour of the world.

In America, newspapers are reporting there's a boat goes across the Atlantic. Einstein is coming. And there's 15,000 people waiting to meet Einstein in lower Manhattan. This is for a theoretical physicist. He traveled all up and down the east coast through the midwest. Einstein is a total phenomenon.

But more important for Einstein, the scientific community is still debating whether his theory is correct. And more attention Einstein gets, the more his theory is thrown into doubt.

Einstein is being exposed to increasing criticism of his theory of relativity.

Peopel all said we have to redo the test.

In September of 1922, a total solar eclipse will be fully visible in Australia. And William Wallace Campbell sees an opportunity to set things right once and for all.

He started making plans to completely redo his equipment.

Completely redesign, redesign entirely with this measurement in mind. This was the Cadillac of Einstein-effect measuring equipment.

The first eclipse point was the very, very, very westernmost part of Australia, in a place called 90-mile beach.

But this time, Campbell is not the only one pursuing this goal. Seven count them, seven expeditions went to Australia. The British sent an expedition. Freundlich led an expedition. It was the first time he had a chance since Russia. John Evershed, a British astronomer, was able to come from India. The Canadian sent an expedition. And two Australian expeditions went. Serious competition to Campbell. The British and Freundlich got clouded out. One of the Australians couldn't get any data. Their equipment was lousy. Poor Evershed from India had beautiful clear skies but he had technical difficulties so he got nothing.

Campbell now in his third expedition is much better prepared. He gets perfect results.

And they showed, I think, 92 stars that the Einstein-effect was not only there, but it behaved as Einstein predicted, very clearly, very unambiguously.

This is one of the lenses which confirmed the theory of relativity. The light actually passed through this lens and actually fell on this plate. This stuff is way cool. I mean this is the heart, stars could be seen around the eclipsed sun. Here highlighted, showed just the deflection predicted by (Einstein).
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Einstein has the sort of victory tour over the world.
In America, newspapers are reporting there is a boat goes across the Atlantic, Einstein is coming, and there’re 15,000 people waiting to meet Einstein in Lower Manhattan. This for a theoretical physicist, he traveled all up and down in east coast, through mid-west, Einstein is total phenomenon.
But more importantly for Einstein, the scientific community is still debating whether his theory is correct, and the more attention Einstein gains, the more his theory is thrown to doubt.
Einstein is being exposed to increasing criticism of his theory of relativity.
People all said we have to redo the test.
In September of 1922, a total solar eclipse will be fully visible on Australia, and William Campbell sees an opportunity to set things right once and for all.
He started making plans to completely redo his equipment.
Completely redesign, redesign entirely with this measurement in mind, this was the Cadillac of Einstein effect measuring equipment.
The first eclipse point with the very, very, very western most part of Australia and a place called 90 mile beach.
With this time, Campbell is not the only one pursuing this goal.
Seven count them, seven expeditions went to Australia. The British sent an expedition. F led an expedition and it was the first time he had a chance since the Russia. John E, a British astronomer was able to come from India, the Canadian sent an expedition, and two expeditions went, serious competition to Campbell. The British and F got clouded out, one of the Australians couldn’t get any data, they equipment was lousy, poor E from India had beautiful clear skies but he had technical difficulties, so he got nothing.
Campbell now on his third expedition is much better prepared, he gets perfect results.
And they showed, I think, 92 stars that the Einstein effect was not only there, but it behaved as Einstein predicted, very clearly, very unambiguously.
This is one of the lenses which confirmed the theory of relativity, the light actually passed through this lens and actually fell on this plate, this stuff is away cool, I mean, this is the heart, the stars, it could be seen around the eclipsed sun, here, highlighted, showed just the deflection predicted.
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