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Transcript of Albert Einstein
Giving him the time he needed to study phsyics. General Theory of Relativity In it he states that motions no longer have to be uniform. Also says that relative velocities are no longer constant. A body affects the shape of the air around it. Causes a second body moving near it to travel a curved path. Not accepted at first, but others began to believe it over time. E=mc2 One of Einstein's greatest achievements. Known as the energy-mass relation. Basic Interpretation: Energy (E) inherent in a mass (m) equals the mass multiplied by the velocity of light squared (c2). States that a small particle of matter is equal to a large quantity of energy. Atomic Bomb In 1939, Einstein warned President Rooselvelt that the Germans were trying to find a way to split atoms to create an atomic bomb. He persuaded the President to create an atomic bomb project in the U.S. Einstein's formula, E=mc2, helped create the first atomic bombs. He later felt great regret for helping create these bombs. Death Einstein suffered severe internal bleeding on April 17, 1955. He died early the next morning. During the autopsy, his brain was removed, as scientists were eager to know what made him so smart. Albert Einstein He was a German, Swiss and American citizen physicist.
Is regarded as the greatest scientist of the twentieth century Who was him? Because appeared to have some delay would cause some problems Albert was patient and methodical and did not like to show off. I used to avoid the company of other infants their age and even though as children, also had occasional differences, only admitted to his sister in his loneliness. Jacob Einstein, a man with great incentives and ideas, convinced the father of Albert to Built a house with a technological workshop
Albert grew motivated from the investigations carried out in the shop and all equipment was there.
Also his uncle encouraged his scientific interests by providing books on science. Inspiration He studied on Catholic elementary school Einstein and Mileva Marić married in January 1903.
The couple's first son, Hans Albert Einstein, was born in Bern, Switzerland.
Their second son, Eduard, was born in Zurich in July 1910.
In 1914, Einstein moved to Berlin, while his wife remained in Zurich with their sons.
Marić and Einstein divorced on 14 February 1919, having lived apart for five years. Marriages and children Political, ethnical and religious views Jewish Einstein's religious views have been studied in detail by scholars of religion in order to obtain relevant perspectives on the relationship between religion and science. Albert Einstein's political views emerged publicly in the middle of the 20th century due to latter's fame and reputation for genius, who offered and was called on to give judgments and opinions on matters often unrelated to theoretical physics or mathematics. Einstein decided to emigrate to the United States due to the rise to power of the Nazis under Germany's new chancellor, Adolf Hitler. "I have repeatedly said that in my opinion the idea of a personal God is a childlike one. You may call me an agnostic, but I do not share the crusading spirit of the professional atheist whose fervor is mostly due to a painful act of liberation from the fetters of religious indoctrination received in youth. I prefer an attitude of humility corresponding to the weakness of our intellectual understanding of nature and of our own being". This Principal Works Manhattan Project Einstein and Leo Szilard wrote a letter to President Franklin D. Roosevelt.
Alert him of the possibility that Nazi Germany might be developing an atomic bomb.
They recommended that the U.S. government should pay attention to and become directly involved with uranium research A year before his death, Einstein said to his old friend, Linus Pauling,
"I made one great mistake in my life:
When I signed the letter to President Roosevelt recommending that atom bombs be made Thanks