Can the Theory of Time Lapse proposed by Einstein proved and under what conditions?
I assume you mean the idea of time dilation as proposed in his second theory of relativity where time slows down as an object's speed increases. This has been proved in several ways. Here are just three: Certain types of sub-atomic particles called mesons have a particular lifespan that is known and can be measured accurately in particle accelerators. Some mesons are produced in the upper atmosphere by particles there being bombarded by particles and waves found, for example, in the Solar Wind. Physicists know where these mesons are formed and they know the speed at which they travel. These mesons can be detected on the earth's surface but the point is that they shouldn't be able to be detected - they should have decayed long before. However, when the time dilation effect is appplied to them then the figures agree remarkably well - the mesons survive because for them, travelling at high velocity, time slows down and their lifespan increases to a stationary observer measuring them. Secondly, within particle accelerators, as certain particles are accelerated towards the speed of light, not only do their lifespans increase in exactly the amount predicted by Einstein, but also their mass increases in pproportion - again exactly in accordance with Einstein's predictions. Thirdly, during one of the Apollo missions an atomic clock was taken along in the spacecraft which was exactly synchronised with a second clock on earth. Atomic clocks are the most accurate timepieces in the world - accurate to one second in several thousand years. When the ship returned, the clocks were compared, and the clock on the ship was found to have slowed by a tiny fraction of a second. A tiny period of time indeed, but when investigated and put into Einstein's fomulae for time dilation, it was found that the slowing down agreed exactly with Einstein's prediction.
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In November of 1919, at the age of 40, Albert Einstein became an overnight celebrity, thanks to a solar eclipse. An experiment had confirmed that light rays from distant stars were deflected by the gravity of the sun in just the amount he had predicted in his 1916 paper on his theory of gravity, gen…eral relativity. General relativity was the first major new theory of gravity since Isaac Newton's more than 250 years earlier. It has never been proven, and it never will be . However, there is a vast amount of evidence consistent with it, and so far nothing has contradicted it either. Einstein didn't prove the theory -- he just created it. The above paragraph is not entirely correct. There is the Gravity Probe B experiment which should provide some conclusive results regarding proving the theory in the near future. See the following links for more information: http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/gpb/index.html http://einstein.stanford.edu/highlights/status1.html http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravity_Probe_B The atomic clock has proven his time dialation to be correct. (MORE)
The most famous is E=MC 2 , meaning Energy=Mass times the Speed of Light squared.
Albert Einstein is credited with the theory that the speed of lightis constant. He is also credited with stating the laws of physicsexist everywhere.
This explains the input of several astronomers into this theory.. Copernicus:. In 1418-30, he did his work on 'On the Revolutions of Celestial Spheres' In this book, he suggested that Earth rotated daily on its axis and that it orbits the Sun every year. He also said that other planets also rotate…d around the Sun, and that the Earth wobbled slightly as it span on its orbit.. His theory, did not disagree completely with the older ideas; he still said that there were solid planet bearing spheres and that the outermost sphere contained the stars.. He also explained that the Earth was not at the centre of the Universe. This caused uproar in the Catholic Church, because it disagreed with the God's Perfect Creation theory.. Galileo:. Galileo first studied the moon. He discovered that the moon was not smooth, but heavily cratered. He went on to discover, four satellites (moons) orbiting Jupiter. After this, he then discovered Saturn's rings, but he did not know what they were. These discoveries, made it very difficult to defend the perfect universe theory, with perfect smooth bodies of all the objects.. He then noticed that Venus went through phases like the moon (ie: full, half, new etc.). This proved that Venus could not be orbiting the Earth, but had to be orbiting the Sun.. After Copernicus' and Galileo's theories, the Inquisition of Rome was formed saying that after looking into the theories, they were absurd. They said that they were heretical. Eventually, Galileo was charged by the Inquisition, and was put under house arrest.. Kepler:. In 1592, Kepler became an apprentice to Brahe, a man who owned the largest collection of astronomical instruments in the world. When Brahe died, Kepler inherited them all. He immediately sent Galileo a message of encouragement, and then looked at a calculation that Galileo had sent him.. Using Brahe's charts, Kepler was able to show that planets had elliptical orbits, and that this usually was the case. However, he soon died in poverty, as Protestant beliefs disagreed with his findings.. (MORE)
He "invented" the formula E=mc 2 , he explained the photoelectric effect and he invented the theory about general relativity. But some people think that Einstein didn't invent anything. They think he stole these formulas from other scientist. Some authors believe that Marcel Grossman or Mileva Ei…nstein (his wife. She is a mathematician) invented the E=mc 2 formula and Einstein stole their idea. Some believe that Einstein stole ideas from Laurent Schwartz. This is maybe true because Einstein was bad at school. In fact, he almost didn't pass his year. If he was so bad at school, how could he invent all these formulas? (MORE)
E=mc 2 is the formula but the theories were called: . the general theory of relativity . about mass traveling at or faster than the speed of light while accelerating positively or negatively . the special theory of relativity . about mass traveling at the speed of light while holding a …steady speed The formula means: "Energy E equals mass m times the speed of light c squared" (MORE)
Albert Einstein published the works now referred to as Special Relativity in 1905 and General Relativity in 1916.
A scientific model can change if new evidence is found. If the newevidence that has been found contradicts the model or theory then ascientific model or theory can change.
Einstein did not "prove" his postulates in the sense that he conducted tests to determine whether or not they fit experimental evidence. Instead, he wrote these postulates in his special theory of relativity while working as a patents clerk in Geneva in 1905 followed by the general theory in Germany… in 1912. Both theories have been tested extensively over the decades, and no variance from either theory has ever been found. Indeed, GPS systems would not work if relativistic corrections were not added to their calculations. Thus, relativity is as established a part of our understanding of our Universe as is gravity. (MORE)
Why was the continental drift theory or hypothesis rejected at the time that Alfred Wegener proposed it?
Wegener proposed the continental drift theory, and providedscientific evidences for such, but couldn't explain the mechanismor processes behind the movement of continents. It was difficultfor anyone to imagine how entire continents might move. It wasn'tuntil the mid-twentieth century with the discov…ery of theMid-Atlantic Ridge and sea floor spreading that the processescausing plate movements began to be understood and led to thescience of plate tectonics. Wegener was also a meteorologist and this was not in his field ofscience, resulting in skepticism by the establishment geologists ofhis time. (MORE)
Albert Einstein was the first to prove the existence of atoms inhis seminal paper on Brownian motion (this, incidentally, alsoproved the existence of molecules). He is probably the mostinfluential figure in the history of Quantum Mechanics, beginningwith his 1905 paper on the Photoelectric Effect. T…his seminal workrevolutionized physics by postulating that light was a particle.He, more than Max Planck, introduced the concept of thequantization of energy in atomic mechanics. Einstein proposed thephoton, the first force-carrying particle discovered for afundamental interaction, and put forward the notion ofwave-particle duality, based on sound statistical arguments 14years before De Broglie's work. He was the first to recognize theintrinsic randomness in atomic processes, and introduced the notionof transition probabilities, embodied in the A and B coefficientsfor atomic emission and absorption. He also preceded Born insuggesting the interpretation of wave fields as probabilitydensities for particles, photons, in the case of theelectromagnetic field. Finally, stimulated by Bose, he introducedthe notion of indistinguishable particles in the quantum sense andderived the condensed phase of bosons, which is one of thefundamental states of matter at low temperatures. His work onquantum statistics in turn directly stimulated Schrodinger towardshis discovery of the wave equation of quantum mechanics. It wasonly due to his rejection of the final theory that he is notgenerally recognized as the most central figure in this historicachievement of human civilization. Source:http://astro1.panet.utoledo.edu/~ljc/einstein_camop2.pdf Source: Professor A. Douglas Lecture at John Hopkins on Einsteinand Quantum Mechanicshttps://www.hopkins.edu/podium/default.aspx?t=52562&a=292745 Source:http://www.sciencefriday.com/blogs/10/31/2013/einstein-s-monster.html (MORE)
The theory of relativity is actually a conglomerate of two theorieswhich Einstein theorized at different times. Special relativity waspublished in 1905 and changed the scientific world until some ofthe ideas could not hold up to scrutiny. It was then that Einsteinpublished the theory of general rela…tivity in 1916. (MORE)
Einstein did not prove the existence of atoms. This was done by Ernst Rutherford at McGill university using X-rays shot through a piece of gold foil. He found that X-rays were able to pass through a piece of thin gold foil, but that they were scattered in some instances. By doing this, he elucidated… the subatomic structure of the atom as a nucleus surrounded by an electron cloud. (MORE)
If you are covered under your spouses insurance and get a job that provides insurance with no lapse in coverage is any medical condition you have considered pre-existing?
No, most states require that pre-existing conditions be waived when moving from a group policy to a group policy. Pre-existing condition clauses apply when the break in coverage is greater than 63 days.
Albert Einstein was one of the greatest and most famous scientific minds of the 20th century. The eminent physicist is best remembered for his theories of relativity, as well as his revolutionary notion concerning the nature of light.
yes, Einstein theory of special relativity was widely acepted......................................and had not been proved wrong yet
It isn't a theory, and it isn't truly a paradox, except to those who don't understand the relationship. Here's the problem:. A spaceship leaves earth for a trip at high relativistic velocity. Aboard is one twin, the other having remained on earth. The ship is moving away from earth at high speed, a…nd returns to earth at high speed, therefore it's time is dilated, so the twin on the ship ages more slowly and should return to earth having aged less than his earthbound counterpart.. However, from the perspective of the ship, it is the earth that is moving away at high velocity, and the earthbound twin should be the one aging more slowly.. The paradox dissolves when the nature of each frame of reference is taken into account. The earth is an inertial frame of reference. The spaceship, since it must undergo several positive and negative accelerations to make the round trip, is a non-inertial frame. Only the viewpoint from the intertial frame is valid. The explanation is far too long and involved to go into here, but you will find one of the best and most detailed explanations in Paul Davies' book "About Time" on pages 62 to 65. (MORE)
Theories and scientific laws can be changed if conflicting information is discovered in the future.
Never. Einstein proposed a number of important theories, but quantum theory was not one of them. "Quantum Theory" is actually a popular misnomer for a number of theories, the earliest of which was a quantum mechanical theory of the electromagnetic field in 1926 proposed by Max Born, Pascual Jordan,… and Werner Heisenberg. (MORE)
there is no evidence to prove him wrong but there is a theory.there is no proof that Einstein was right but he was right about a body having energy.there is no proof if we send a body or mass in the speed of light that it will indeed itself turn into energy he never tested this.he may have experimen…ted but that could have gone wrong.im no scientist but i think him being wrong has somthing to do with velocity. (MORE)
Joseph Wolpe's proposed theory based on classical conditioningexplain's the classical conditioning theory is linked with phobias.
brownian motion was accepted early on, but his special and general theories of relativity, and his theory regarding quanta took longer to be accepted by all.
The Special Theory of Relativity was published in 1905. The General Theory of Relativity was published in 1915. In each case, we may assume that he had probably been working on it for a while, years probably. The Special Theory of Relativity was published in 1905. The General Theory of Relativit…y was published in 1915. In each case, we may assume that he had probably been working on it for a while, years probably. The Special Theory of Relativity was published in 1905. The General Theory of Relativity was published in 1915. In each case, we may assume that he had probably been working on it for a while, years probably. The Special Theory of Relativity was published in 1905. The General Theory of Relativity was published in 1915. In each case, we may assume that he had probably been working on it for a while, years probably. (MORE)
Click on the direct link to iMovie Guide in the Related Links section on the bottom of this page. The Guide is in PDF format, so please wait for the document to load entirely. Once the iMovie PDF is open, click on the Bookmarks tab (second icon below padlock icon on left side). In the Book…marks tab, scroll down to Motion Effects and click on it. Then, choose Speeding up or Slowing down your video . This will show you how to produce the time-lapse effect you are looking for. I would suggest downloading/saving the PDF iMovie Guide to your computer for future reference (or bookmarking the page in your browsers Favorites). Note: This iMovie PDF file contains security encryption features that will not allow you to copy/reproduce its contents. Readable format only . (MORE)
its not about stars its about mass and he proposed that mass can be converted into energy
Einstein's theories had nothing to do with elementary particles, and so the quark does not clash with them.
That somewhere in the universe somehow there is us but different as we may be robots or be wizards that the world is not as it seems. That our normal is what they wish to understand and be apart of just we would love to be apart of there world. You would have to most likely travel on the pretty colo…urs in Antarctica to reach these places you would also have to find a very high frequencies of energy. The reasons no one has tried is because it is extremely dangerous. (MORE)
Einsteins theory was that you would need a rod of iron the density of the earth to drag time and space around and ultimatley bend time to our own will.
einstein developed the theory E=mc 2 which genrally states that light acts like tiny little particles.
Einstein didn't prove the theory of relativity. It is a theory, a possible explanation, it is generally accepted because it explains a lot of things but that doesn't "prove" the theory, at least not to physicists. See related questions for the country of discovery.
For General Relativity the answer is relatively simple. Einstein lived in Germany until 1909 and he published a paper on special relativity in 1905. For General Relativity the answer is not so clear. He moved around Europe quite a bit. The answer is probably Germany or Switzerland. He had certainly… published on the subject before he moved to the US in 1933. (MORE)
einsteen's theory of relativity  extended maths to cover objects moving at a constant high speed.His general theory of relativity further extended the maths to cover rapidly accelerating objects.
It is really about several things; but briefly, when you go at high speeds, several things change (depending on the point of view). The things that change include how fast time passes, measures of distance, and masses. Also, through their gravitation, large masses cause certain distortions in both s…pace and time. Strange as this theory is, different aspects of the Theory of Relativity have been confirmed through countless experiments. For a more thorough introduction, read the Wikipedia article on "Theory of Relativity". (MORE)
E=MCÂ² M stands for matter E stands for energy C stands for the speed of light -The speed of light is: 299 792 458 m / s You can't "solve" it in the sense of deriving it from more basic principles. As of now, it IS part of the most basic principles of our Universe. If you mean "unders…tand it," you'll need to study it; perhaps with the help of a professor or a tutor. (MORE)
no Charles Darwin was the first scientist to develop the theory of evolution. Einstein was a math teacher. and was first put into 'special' classes
That would be kind of tough, since most of its explanations and predictions have been verified in thousands of experiments over the past hundred years. For one example: One of the predictions that falls out of the Relativistic math is the way that time becomes distorted or "dilated" when two …objects have a high velocity relative to each other. That math was used in the design of the whole Global Positioning System. GPS would not work without the allowances built in for the effects of Relativity. (MORE)
Yes, Einstein did produce a theory of gravity, and it is more accurate than Newton's theory of gravity.
well albert einsten was a very brilliant individual, what he did was use telepathy to communicate to a horde of wild squirrels who gave him the idea that nuts arent always what they seem
Einstein published the Special Theory of Relativity in 1905, and the General Theory of Relativity in 1915.
Einstein Discoveries-Theories In 1905, at the age of 26 Einstein published five major research papers in a prestigious German physics journal . For his first paper he received a doctorate degree from the university of Zurich, thesis entitled "A new determination of Molecular Dimensions," . In… his first paper he explained Brownian movement, the zigzag motion of microscopic particles in suspension, which is the random motion of molecules of the suspension medium as they bounce against the suspended particles.. (MORE)
Closed Questions When did you die? April 18 th 1955 Where did you die? Princeton, New Jersey Where were you born? Ulm, Germany When were you born? March 14 th 1879 What were your parent's names? Pauline and Herman Einstein Open Questions Why are you notable? Albert Einstein Challenge the way scie…ntist thought about nature and matter. He is famous for 3 society changing papers firstly E=mc 2 was his most famous expression because E energy was equivalent to M mass times the speed of light squared. Secondly the Photoelectric law defined the behaviour of light and lead to development of T.V and picture motion he also won a noble prize on Physics for this achievement. Thirdly electrodynamics of moving bodies or the special theory of relativity proved that the speed of light was as fast as 186 000 miles a second. What is your most famous achievement and what does it mean? E=mc2, this means that E energy is equivalent to M mass times the speed of light squared. This formula was the key to Nuclear Power Plants and an Atomic Bomb A.K.A Nuclear Bomb. The Nuclear Bomb was given its name because you have an atom and you split the nucleus this than allows vast energy to escape and leave behind catastrophic damage to the area were released and in this case the bombed location. Albert Einstein later regretted this when the Americans used it on Japan and ended the 2 nd world war. How has your most famous achievement impacted society today? Albert Einstein's most famous achievement, E=mc 2 has had an enormous impact on society. Firstly it has made Scientist challenge the way they thought about nature and matter. Secondly it has led to the development of an Atomic Bomb A.K.A Nuclear Bomb and a Nuclear Power Plant which generates electricity for millions of people worldwide. What is the Brownian Motion? The Brownian motion is a sensation where small particles suspended in a liquid try to move paths through the liquid even if the liquid is calm. It is the effect of unevenness in the moving impacts of molecules that make up the liquid. When there is some temperature the molecules or atoms get excited bumping into each other and objects suspended with them. Why are you so fascinated in Science? Albert Einstein was interested in Science because when he was 5 years of age his father had given him a pocket compass. This had a long lasting impact on Albert and made him wonder many things like "was there was something deeply hidden behind things." And that is why Albert Einstein was interested in Science. Why are you so fascinated in Mathematics? Albert Einstein got interested in Maths because a family friend, Max Talmud showed him a few textbooks in Mathematics. Also Albert Einstein got a job in 1903 at the Bern Patent Office where he got to see many inventions that included mathematics and Science. This fascinating job along with his interest in Maths and Science set him on the path to his scientific and career. What is the Photoelectric Law and what has it done for society? The Photo electric Law is a sensation where elec trons are emitted or produced from the surface of matter, commonly metals when light shines upon it. Albert Einstein explained the effect by recommending that light consists of extremely small particles or quanta known as photons witch carry energy that is relative to the speed of light. The Photoelectric law had also lead to the development of T.V. picture motion. The Photoelectric law has had a big impact on Society. It is the heart of photosynthesis which explains the growth process of plants and telecommunication networks. Why do you like music? Einstein developed a love for music at an early age. His mother played the piano and wanted her son Albert to learn the violin not only to enjoy it but it was part of the German culture. Albert learned to play the violin aged 5 and did not enjoy but when he was thirteen he had heard sonatas of Mozart. He then fell in love with music aged 13 and once said "I had not been a scientist I would have been a musician instead". Where did you receive your education? Albert Einstein received his main education at the following schools: Catholic elementary school in Munich Germany (1885-1888). Luitpold Gymnasium in Munch Germany (1888-1894). Cantonal School in Aarau Switzerland (1895-1896). Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich Switzerland (1896-1900). Ph.D. from Zurich University Switzerland (1905). What did you invent? Albert Einstein had invented many things but 1 of these things were an Atomic Bomb. As much as he didn't want to be part of the team building the bomb he played a big role in making the nuclear weapon, from the equation E=mc 2 . After finding out the Germans were going to use this bomb Albert Einstein wrote a letter to U.S President Franklin. D. Roosevelt. The Letter Clearly stating that the Germans were building an Atomic Bomb and urging the Americans to build one before them. He however said not to use the bomb, which led to the destruction of Hiroshima Japan. How many people influenced you and why? There are lots of people who influenced Albert Einstein. Isaac Newton influenced Albert by his theory's which is why he wanted to go to the Swiss Federal Polytechnic School in Zurich. Secondly Uncle Jacob who introduced Albert to algebra and made it into a game for him. Thirdly Max Planck was the originator of quantum theory, which Albert used to help understand the phenomenon of photoelectricity. How did you die and when did you die? From 1917 and onwards Albert Einstein started to suffer from various diseases due to his general weakness. This continued until 1920. On April the 18, 1955 Albert Einstein died from Abdominal aortic aneurysm aged 76 in Princeton New Jersey, United States of America. He experienced internal bleeding caused by rapture of aortic aneurism Why did you decline the presidency of Israel? As Germany collapsed Albert Einstein became more involved in politics and supported a new progressive party. In 1952 Albert Einstein was asked to become the second president of Israel, but did not want to. He was supporting many causes such as the United Nations, World Government, Nuclear Disarmament and Civil Liberties. Who were your wife's? Albert Einstein married Mileva MariÄ his first wife on the 6 th of January 1903. Mileva MariÄ was a Serbian Mathematician and Albert Einstein's classmate at the Swiss Federal Institute of technology in Zurich, Switzerland. Mileva MariÄ died august the 4 th 1948 aged 72. (MORE)
In his autobiography, Einstein stated that the idea for time dilation due to velocity came when he was riding a trolley away from a clock tower in Bern. He asked himself what time he would see in the clock if that trolley were moving away from the clock at the speed of light. It occurred to him that… he would see the clock standing still, because the light that left from the clock one second later would never catch up to the trolley to inform him that any time had elapsed. However, he noted, someone standing at the tower would see time proceed normally. From this idea he first began to think that time itself could actually change depending on one's movement. From this idea Einstein eventually came up with special relativity. Einstein also recalled that, a few years earlier, he had wondered what he would see if he was moving at the speed of light, next to a beam of light. Since light was a longitudinal wave, for which electrical fields become stronger then weaker then reverse direction, he figured he would see a stationary E-field doing just that. The problem he noted then was that the mathematics for light work ONLY if the wave were moving -- they made no sense if the E-field was simply standing still. He constantly pondered this paradox until he rode a trolley in Bern. (MORE)
He got his first theory from when beloved uncle gave him a metallic compass. Then he started wondering how it worked. From this point, making a theory about mainly anything and everything.
Time=lapse photography allows you to see small, incremental changes in a short period of time. For instance, you can see a flower grow from seed to full bloom in a matter of seconds rather than weeks!
Time lapse photography is a technique in which the time duration is shorten and is represented through series of photos , merged into a form of a small movie, the frames are fixed per second, to make it look like it is in continuous form.
universe was not created and cannot be distroyed is the main concept of steady state theory. it was not able to tell following things; 1.why galaxies are moving. 2.it said that new galaxies form between old galaxies.but it is not seen till today.
Video making is a fun and enjoyable project for photography classes. Time-lapse photography or video is a method of joining a series of still photos together. The images are recorded over a period of time and then compressed and played back a high speed.
Is it true that A scientific theory is a statement that describes what scientists expect to happen every time under certain conditions?
A scientific theory presents an explanation for a phenomenon. Using that explanation, one can then make predictions about what will happen under certain conditions. But the prediction is not the theory, it is a implication of the theory.
Like all good scientists, Eddington was interested in advancingknowledge through experimentation. General relativity made veryspecific predictions about what would be observed under certainconditions, and Eddington was one of many people who wanted to testwhether these observations were true. When t…hey turned out to bevery close to what Einstein predicted, Eddington achieved what allgood scientists do -- experimental test of a hypothesis. (MORE)
Lapse of Time - 2013 was released on: France: June 2013 France: 18 June 2013 (Dimension 3 Festival) USA: December 2013 USA: 13 December 2013 (LA3D Festival)