Includes questions about the life and works of physicist Albert Einstein.
Includes questions about the life and works of physicist Albert Einstein.
Albert Einstein was a Jew from Germany.
Originally Albert Einstein, but many others have improved and extended it.
he was witty, curious and attempting to do many things at a time however he was a person of patience after getting a slap in the train by spelling phosphorous also he did not quit the in- born talent. . He was not attention demanding but driven with the question why why why. he was an accidental man and science is by accident.
Well, first of all, your question is awkward, because "theory" doesn't mean "not fact". Newton's law of universal gravitation can't be proven, but it's a very very very very successful theory, in many ways. -- When you take Newton's formula for gravity, and use calculus and geometry to stroke it and squeeze it and massage it and roll it around in your hands, it tells you what the shape and size of planetary orbits must… Read More
Probably. IQ is supposed to measure your capability to reason and to think things through, while dyslexia influences your reading/writing abilities. Different things. Trouble is, if reading troubles mean you can't understand the question, then you're probably going to fail that one. And if writing troubles means you can't make it clear that you got an answer right, then you're probably going to fail that one. It'd be like trying to do a maths test… Read More
No, this synthetic element is a result of atomic explosions, and was first discovered by Albert Ghiorso and his coworkers at the University of California in Berkeley. They named it after Einstein out of respect for the great scientist.
There is no importance as that is false. Albert Einstein never discovered nor invented the atomic bomb. He was a pacifist and would not work on any weapon. He could not even imagine the building of atomic bombs, until Leo Szilard (the inventor of the neutron chain reaction used in atomic bombs and nuclear reactors in 1933) brought him a letter on August 2, 1939 to sign that warned president Franklin D. Roosevelt that Nazi… Read More
When he had a job he got paid. 1901 to 1907 Swiss Patent Office 1908 to 1910 University of Bern 1911 Charles-Ferdinand University 1912 to 1914 Swiss Federal Institute of Technology 1914 to 1932 Kaiser Wilhelm Institute for Physics 1933 California Institute of Technology 1933 to 1955 Institute for Advanced Study
Albert Einstein was a theoretical physicist and made no direct contributions to chemistry. His contributions were to physics, he won the Nobel Prize for his explanation of the photo-electric effect and his seminal works were on relativity. Though not directly to do with chemistry, all subjects within sciences are interlinked and help us to understand and explain the universe in which we exist.
No, Albert Einstein did not invent repeating decimals.
Einstein had many theories, but the best known was theory of relativity.
His first scientific paper was on the Photoelectric Effect, this was one of the founding theories that ultimately lead to Quantum Mechanics (a theory that Einstein rejected).
he failed college
Einstein went to the Zurich Polytechnic in Switzerland
What was life like before Albert Einstein moved to America
Yes, the Alcubierre Drive relates to a solution to one of Einstein's field equations in his General Theory, although the solution itself does not imply that creation of the drive itself would be a practical endeavor; it remains in the realm of theory.
Born March 14, 1879, the only comment is that the family worried that his overly large head was a birth defect.
The only thing that Einstein did that would have directly affected everyday people's lives was his electromagnetic refrigerator invention with no moving parts (thus needing no seals that might leak the toxic and/or flammable refrigerants of the time). However the invention of nontoxic and nonflammable Freons by Dupont made Einstein's invention irrelevant. Everything else that Einstein did only had effects on the science of Physics at its extreme edges.
Albert Einstein was raised as a Jew, but says he lost his religion at the age of twelve, although he was never 'anti-religion'. He is quoted as saying:"It was, of course, a lie what you read about my religious convictions, a lie which is being systematically repeated. I do not believe in a personal God and I have never denied this but have expressed it clearly. If something is in me which can be called… Read More
no he never said that, although he was spiritual.
A few of Einstein's major works: explanation of Brownian Motion (this was one of the founding parts of Quantum Mechanics) explanation of Photoelectric Effect (this lead directly to the development of Quantum Mechanics) Special Relativity General Relativity coinventor of a refrigerator with no moving parts or seals (this eventually got used in liquid metal cooled nuclear reactors) When he got his Nobel Prize there were still issues with his theories of Relativity, so it was… Read More
No. He believed in one god similar to the concept of god in Deism, where that god created the universe to operate according to certain fully deterministic rules that humans would be able to determine by experiment and logic, then that god stepped out of the universe never to interact with it or the creatures within it again.
yes albert Einstein donate to many charities
Yes, but not from the sun. At night, you'd need an artificial source of UV, such as a "black light".
Actually Einstein did NOT write to FDR. The letter was written by Leo Szilard, but he wrote it in Einstein's name and asked Einstein to sign it because he feared that if he sent it to FDR in his own name it would be ignored as he was "unknown" and Einstein was a "celebrity" and more likely to have the importance of the letter recognized by FDR. The specific concern is that since the Germans… Read More
Because he was the one who wrote it. Note that he did build upon some earlier ideas.
(a)*2 * 2(mc)*2 (c)4
Perhaps not that different; although Einstein is credited with four extraordinary insights; explaining Brownian motion - which proved the existence of atoms as real things - extending the Doppler affect to light, which allowed the calculation of the distance and speed of receding stars and galaxies, special relativity and general relativity, other scientists were working in the same areas - and in some way, Einstein won "races" to publish first.
It's a little unclear if Albert Einstein was an atheist. He certainly did not believe in a personal god or and of the widely held existing religions, such as the Biblical god of Abraham, or Buddha or the Hindu gods. He called himself an agnostic but appears to have believed in Pantheism or Spinozism which (i guess) is the belief that the universe itself is god. If that explanation of Pantheism is wrong I won't… Read More
Albert Einstein did not invent the light bulb. You are thinking of Thomas Edison.
Einstein's theories were General and Special Relativity. Hawking put forward a theory combining relativity with quantum mechanics.
Although he was Jewish, when he was a kid, he attended a Catholic elementary school -- because there was no Jewish school in Munich at the time. He enjoyed learning about Jesus -- even though he was bullied by the antisemitic kids. He never converted, but in the last year of his life he said "If I were not a Jew I would be a Quaker."
Yes, he had a belief in a god.
Albert Einstein's only tools were said to be pencil, paper, chalk and a chalkboard.
Einstein used many labels to describe his religious views, including "agnostic", "religious nonbeliever" and a "pantheist". None of these even suggest he believed in anything that could be called "Heaven", let alone any possibility to going there. However Einstein was clearly never an "atheist", he just admitted he did not (and probably could not) know what god might or might not be like, or how this god might respond to our actions (if that god… Read More
Unstable particles in the laboratory are observed to live longer when traveling at high speeds than when at rest or traveling at lower speeds. The change in their half-life agrees with the change predicted by the relativistic math. -- Atomic clocks carried aboard aircraft are observed to lose an amount of time that depends on the speed and duration of the flight. The loss agrees with the change predicted by the relativistic math… Read More
One can't be absolutely certain as with most people no complete records of such activity are kept (and if they were most people would consider them personal and private). He did have two wives: Elsa Einstein (also his cousin, m. 1919-1936) and Mileva Marić (m. 1903-1919).
There is zero evidence Albert had favorite TV shows. Einstein died before TV became mainstream & popular.
Elsa Lowenthal Einstein was his second wife.
Well....I think he is. E=Mc2
why did albert feel miserable when he left school that day
No. Albert Einstein was on the faculty of the Institute for Advanced Study, an independent institution that had its offices in buildings owned by Princeton University. He also lived in a University owned house. The Institute of Advanced Study now has its own buildings on its own campus. The Institute of Advanced Study has never had students, only faculty.
Albert Einstein was incredibly intelligent, though there is no objective way of saying whether he was the smartest person in the world. He discovered what he did about physics through mathematical means, which have nothing to do with being psychic. Psychic abilities are not real.
So far my view is concerned, I have realized that space and time are only relative to the observer. "Nothing is absolute" is the statement made by Albert Einstein. The very observer is the absolute. So we have to realize our own selves. This is my humble view
No. Einstein lived and died as a Jew. He never converted or considered converting to Islam and was precariously close to being an Atheist (and a number of Atheists claim him as well). He was also a noted Zionist who spoke on numerous occasions on the behalf of Jewish Interests in Mandatory Palestine. The "controversy" comes from a claim was made by Ayatollah Mahdavi Kani, head of Imam Sadeq University and the Assembly of Experts… Read More
A scientist called Isac Newton solved this problem when he published the 3 physical laws of motion. The Third law says that when one body exerts a force on a second body, the second body simultaneously exerts a force equal in magnitude and opposite in direction on the first body. Thus the third law enabled subsequent scientists to understand how build a rocket engine that will work both on Earth and in Space.
Already we are familiar with kinetic energy = 1/2 m v^2 So with same dimensions we can accept E = m c^2 Here c the velocity of light. This can be derived based on the assumption that mass too would vary as the body speeds up. This is what we call mass variance. OK, Special Relativity is wrong; you've exposed it! Light has mass and it travels at -- the speed of light. So there… Read More
For the complete derivation of the formula, read a text on Special Relativity. Here, I just want to note that when you multiply a mass times the square of a speed, you will get, precisely, units of energy. Also, it means there is a certain equivalence between mass and energy. For example, if you add heat to a substance, there will be a small increase in its mass as well. Greetings, I never liked that… Read More
Energy has a limit and the maximum energy is mc^2, for mass m, or for Momentum energy cP.The potential energy is mv^2 and the max v=c, thus mc^2 is the max potential energy. The Quaternion Theory of Physics shows this as Total Energy is W = -vh/2pit + cP 0 = XW = [d/dr, Del][-vh/2pir, cP] = [vp/r -cp/r, 1R vp/r - 1R cp/r] = 0 thus vp/r=cp/r thus v=c at 0=XW.
Uh... what? I'm not sure what to make of this question, but I'll try to answer it assuming it's meant literally. Our brains are made of atoms, but they are not the same atoms that were part of Albert Einstein's brain. Unless you have been eating parts of Albert Einstein's brain during your own brain development, none of the atoms that were part of Einstein's brain are a part of yours. Even if they were… Read More
he sold his body to science
Victoria reigned from mid-1837 through 1901. Einstein was born in 1879 and died in 1955. So there was some overlap of his life with her reign. However, Einstein wasn't a British subject; during the time while Victoria was alive he was born in Ulm (at the time in the Kingdom of WÃ¼rttemberg, part of the German Empire), moved with his family to MÃ¼nchen (in the Kingdom of Bavaria, also part of the German Empire), remained… Read More
The mass will approach infinity in this case.
It's difficult to explain without access to a mathematical typesetting program, but you can find it worked out in any book on special relativity.Basically, Einstein used special relativity to work out the kinetic energy of a moving particle, and then determined the momentum of a moving particle. The relativistic mass of a moving particle is the ratio of the momentum to the velocity, and following this chain of equations out he found that E =… Read More
it isn't clear what Einstein believed about anything but physics. He is credited with several enigmatic statements that give no clear indication one way or another. Some argue that he was an atheist, but this doesn't hold water; Einstein was an ethnic Jew who was raised as a religious Jew. While he did not practice the religion as an adult, what you learn in childhood is always carried into adulthood in some form. He could… Read More
Mostly his personality conflicted with the highly rigid and authoritarian German school system.
Professor Dr. Albert Einstein did not work on the atomic bomb. His theory was used in the creation of the bomb. He had suggested that the energy in mass was equal to mass times the square of the speed of light (in correct units). Thus, even though only a small fraction of the available mass would be converted to energy, the amount of energy was huge because of the square of a very large number.
It was Pi Day which is March 14th the day of his birthday.
He became an immigrant.
He was a theoretical physicist.
Einstein developed the E = mc squared formula.
For his famous equation: E = mc squared and his birthday was on Pi Day which is March 14th
what the next thing he was going to invent
Einstein's only participation was to sign a letter written by Leo Szilard (using Einstein's name) warning FDR that Nazi Germany probably already had a project to build atomic bombs (which they did at the time) and warning of the consequences if they did first and requesting that FDR begin a project trying to make one first. When FDR received this letter he authorized a preliminary study of the issue and budgeted $6000 to it.
2 mc squared
That would be Albert Einstein.
Carefully convoluted thinking can make any of the equipment mentioned the same or different from any or all of the other options. As examples: all of them measure change in physical factors none of them measure sound levels anemometers and seismographs both measure physical movement, anemometers and barometers both deal with air, barometers and thermometers can both contain a mercury filled tubes The most likely odd man out is seismograph as it does not provide… Read More
He is especially famous for his Theory of Relativity. (E=MC squared)
Yes he very well was. Albert Einstein is known now as the father of electricity because of his achievements . :D hope it helps
the establishment of a project in Los Alamos to develop the first atomic bomb
I don't think the theory changed anything. In classical mechanics, energy is conserved; in the theory of relativity, energy is also conserved. Also note that there are two "theories of relativity"; you may want to clarify which one you are talking about. In any case, it is my understanding that energy is conserved in both cases.
Einstein was a German Jewish immigrant that immigrated to the US just before WW2.
Einstein was a phycisist, not a mathematician. As a phycisist, he certainly was one of the smartest. He must also have been above-average in math, otherwise he couldn't have done the calculations that he had to do. But he has not gone down in history as 'the smartest in math'.
In mathematics, there is no limit to the number of dimensions that you can have. ================================ Additional dimensions is a tricky topic to discuss. It is as twisted as quantum mechanics. But no we cannot guarantee the existence of extra dimensions.
Einstein was a theoretical physicist. He did thought experiments. Einstein's theories are said to have lead to the Atomic bomb but others had a more direct impact on its creation. Einstein was more famous popularly.
The greatest contribution of Einstein for the society was to give the theory of relativity and his discovery of mass converting to energy. His findings laid the foundation to explore the atomic power which largely affected the society.
99 to 112
cool feb 18th
A Theory of Relativity was created in 2001.
I don't think it changed much. There aren't many areas within the Solar System where either the Special or the General Theory of Relativity change much.
Albert Einstein's brain did have some differences compared to others brains and some parts that were found to be missing during the autopsy of his brain.
It wasn't Islam it was Israel . . . not the same thing really.
Answer Since World War II was a war between industrial powers those who did not have oil were at a disadvantage. England, the US. and Russia had plenty of oil and only had to make sure they adequately defended their supplies. The Germans and Japanese started the war at a grave disadvantage in oil and spent the rest of the war trying to capture areas where they could get it. Japan's southern strategy was basically… Read More
Although the underlying theory of the atomic bomb workings draws loosely from Einstein's ideas on mass to energy conversion (the famous equation E=Mc2), he did not himself invent the atomic bomb neither did he himself discover fission. Leo Szilard invented the neutron chain reaction that makes both bombs and reactors possible, but Einstein knew nothing of this as the British kept the patent classified from 1936 until 1949. Einstein was an absolute pacifist and refused… Read More
he work at collage........tacos
He was more then held back. He was actually expelled at the age of 16. He went on to Switzerland to continue his education.
The ten scientific attitudes are: 1) Humility 2) Open-mindedness 3) Intellectual Honesty 4) Resourcefulness 5) Rationality 6) Patience 7) Objectivity 8) Carefulness 9) Curiosity 10)Creativity
i think so I'm only 11 but an 134 IQ shows superior intellect just, don't go rubbing it in peoples face. people who score over 200 are beyond being genii so we're pretty close=]
i think albert einstin and Issac newton were one of them but im not sure but there you go!
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The brain consumes 25% of the total required oxygen for a normal functioning of the body.
IQ doesn't define anything. It just gives you an outlook, it tells you your potential at being intelligent. It doesn't define your ability. --------------------------------------------------------- My response to the question is not an answer at all, but a clarifying question. Ability at what? Maybe, this question confuses ability with achievement. IQ tests are formal (usually written) personal assessments useful in quantifying the collective capacities of an individual person in comparison to others of his/her class and… Read More
Carlos Slim Helu is the wealthiest person in the world. He is currently has a net worth of $57 billion.
The stranger was published in 1942.