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When we all think alike, no one thinks very much - Albert Einstein.

When we all think alike, no one thinks very much - Albert Einstein. | omnia mea mecum fero | Scoop.it

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Physicists continue work to abolish time as fourth dimension of space

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In a new study, Sorli and Fiscaletti have shown that two phenomena of special relativity - time dilation and length contraction - can be better described within the framework of a 3D space with time as the quantity used to measure change (i.e., photon motion) in this space.


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Albert Einstein: 10 of his best quotes - Telegraph

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Albert Einstein's theory about how fast the universe is expanding has been proved correct by British scientists who praised his "incredible accuracy". He was known for words and phrases and here are 10 of his best quotes.

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[VIDEO] - Einstein and The Special Theory of Relativity

How Einstein (& others) discovered Special Relativity. 


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Einstein Actually Had Excellent Grades

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Contrary to popular belief, Einstein wasn't a bad student at all. Apparently, that's something that real bad students made up, because he got excellent grades.

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Einstein’s Theory Still Safe

Einstein’s Theory Still Safe | omnia mea mecum fero | Scoop.it
Those faster than light neutrinos that everyone was talking about last month have actually slowed down it looks like modern physics will withstand after all.

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Einstein: Our limits...

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[VIDEO] - Gamma-Rays Prove Einstein Right: Space-Time Is Smooth | Video

After 7 billion years of travel, high and low energy photons arrive at NASA's Fermi spacecraft a mere 900ms apart, suggesting that space-time isn't the bubbly foam of quantum theory but seems closer to Einstein's smooth rubbery membrane.

 

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[VIDEO] Einstein's Proof of E=mc² - Brilliant!

Ever wonder how Einstein proved E=mc⊃2;? This is how. Pi day (3.14) is Albert Einstein's Birthday! To celebrate, we'll explain 4 of his most groundbreaking papers from 1905, when he was just 26 years old!


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Happy Birthday, Einstein. But What Have You Done For Me Lately? Everything. | Dr. Kaku's Universe

Happy Birthday, Einstein. But What Have You Done For Me Lately? Everything. | Dr. Kaku's Universe | omnia mea mecum fero | Scoop.it

Yet here at Big Think we are celebrating Einstein's birthday in a different way. In the video below, Dr. Michio Kaku describes Einstein's legacy in less than one minute.


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Can We Go the Speed of Light? (The Principle of Relativity)

Einstein's classic thought experiment involves sitting on a train travelling at the speed of light. If you hold a mirror in front of your face, will you see your reflection in a mirror? How could light from your face reach the mirror if the mirror is travelling away from you? But it would be a pretty spooky train if you couldn't see your reflection so Einstein felt this solution wasn't realistic. On the other hand if you could see your reflection, it would mean light was travelling at the speed of light inside the train. But that meant the same light observed from outside the train would be going twice the speed of light. This again seems inconsistent. So Einstein resolved that you must see your reflection but that light must travel at the same speed inside and outside the train. The only way this is possible is if space and time are perceived differently by observers inside and outside the train.


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Higgs Discovery Rehabilitating Despised Einstein Ether

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Firm evidence for the discovery of a Higgs particle has now been officially announced. This means the "Higgs ether" exists. But did not Einstein tell us that there is no ether? Poor Albert is getting punched hard these days.

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