What did Einstein say about time?
Einstein completely rejected the separation of time known as the "now". He believed there was no true division between the past, present or future and all existed simultaneously. He felt there was but a single existence. Speaking after the death of a friend, he wrote a letter to the man's family, citing that although he had passed on before him, it was of no consequence since physicists believed the separation between past, present and future is only an allusion.
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In general, Albert Einstein was a Scientist. Specifically, Einstein was a Theoretical Physicist and Inventor. . Possibly his most famed creation was the theory of general relativity, where E=MC 2 .
He lived in the years from 1879 to 1955. He died as 76 years old.He developed the general theory of relativit y.
According to Einstein time was the fourth dimension and time was able to slow down and even stop.But not "negative" or best said backwords because this could only accur when traveling faster than light and according to Einstein nothing is faster than light because light is made of massless particles… called photon. Hence free of any physical costrains. ( Full Answer )
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As a child, he liked to play the violin. As an adult, he enjoyed thinking alone or discussing his thoughts with other scientists.
What would be the point of trying to invent, discover, or create something if you knew what you were doing.
Albert Einstein on patriotism and war. "That a man can take pleasure in marching in fours to the strains of a band is enough to make me despise him. He has only been given his big brain by mistake; unprotected spinal marrow was all he needed. . . . Heroism on command, senseless violence, and all t…he loathsome nonsense that goes by the name of patriotism - how passionately I hate them! . . . My opinion of the human race is high enough that I believe this bogey would have disappeared long ago, had the sound sense of the peoples not been systematically corrupted by commercial and political interests acting through the schools and the Press. " ( Full Answer )
well adding the theories of near infinite realities yes. but in our reality and given the available technology in his time I would have to say no. but if he did he hid it well.
Albert Einstein said that if the Honeybee were to die out, Mankind would join it within four years. This is probably true, because Honeybees pollenate more plants than any group if creatures combined. If they were to go, then we would not be able to grow new crops, and most life on earth would slowl…y end. ( Full Answer )
Albert Einstein "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 Grossm…an or Mileva Einstein (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? ( Full Answer )
Albert Einstein was cremated and his ashes were scattered somewhere in New Jersey. His brain may be preserved, see: http://www.stevenlevy.com/index.php/einsteins-brain
Yes, Albert Einstein did say this statement, but honestly I do not know what it means. E probably stands for energy, I guess.
Albert Einstein certainly did not build a TIME MACHINE, nor has anyone built a TIME MACHINE. However, Einstein's theories do give us a better understanding of time, and do show some possible ways of changing the speed at which time passes for a given person (if you travel in a space ship at close to… the speed of light, time will pass slower for you than it does for people left behind on Earth, and you will effectively travel into the future, while simultaneously traveling to a distant location in space). ( Full Answer )
Albert Einstein said that the world was a dangerous place in theearly 1900s. The exact date of him saying it is unknown.
He was quoting the exclamation attributed to Archimedes, who is said to have cried out "Eureka! eureka!" (I have found it! I have found it!),. Eureka is Greek for "I have found it".. Archimedes said it when he discovered how to use water displacement to test the purity of gold.
Einstein said that the most powerful force is the Strong Nuclear Force, thus the adjective 'strong' .
In his life, Albert Einstein said a lot of things. For example, he was opposed to Quantum Mechanics, and was very vocal about it. Probably his most famous quote is "Only two things are infinite, the universe and human stupidity, and I'm not sure about the former."
He cremated on April 1ST or on aprilfools and at a bar and made Megan fox suck his dick and she enjoyed it so much she cut it of and has it in a ZIPLOCK BAG :)
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.
Einstein was a cool guy wich can show children to reach their goals in life. Jason Jass was a teacher that talks about Einstein to his children. Here it is what he said about him. I chose Einstein to be the topic of my article in this magazine because I am not a particularly good scientist, and I t…hought that biography would be an interesting way for me to explore science. Einstein is probably one of the most influential figures in science in the twentieth century, but more importantly, he was a man of great character. I chose to present this outstanding scientific figure to children due to his appeal to humanity in general, and not just scientists. He was a kind and modest man who did not accept social convention, who thought about more than science and who was always eager to learn. Children need role models like Einstein; they need role models who wished to learn no matter how old they were. They need role models who will teach them that it is OK to stray from the pack and be themselves. They need a dreamer like Einstein to inspire their own dreams. ( Full Answer )
"If the bee disappeared off the surface of the globe, man would have only four years left to live"
If you solve the puzzle and meet ALL the criteria of all the statements, then only the Dane can own the fish. It is assumed that the fish is the fifth pet since the question asks about the fish. The fact that there are no references to the fish in the hints is irrelevant. If all the hints are met, t…he Dane is the owner. HINT... the street is a horseshoe with a house in the middle. ( Full Answer )
That quote is attributed to Albert Einstein. The exact quote it: "If you want your children to be intelligent, read them fairy tales. If you want them to be more intelligent, read them more fairy tales."
The simplest answer is that he noted that time was relative, too. That gravity slowed it down, or accelerational equivalents. It was not set in stone, but a matter of perspective. Thus a crew of men going to Proxima Centauri may well get there in close to 5 years, but from their perspective far le…ss time would have passed. ( Full Answer )
His actual working career spanned the time period of 1901-1945. He was born in 1879 and died in 1955.
Of course, everyone has difficult times. Einstein was tormented by how difficult creating his theories of relativity was.
He played the piano & violin. He was also said to have had a boat. He had theories he worked on until the day he died in 55. There is speculation he destroyed some of his work he thought mankind wasn't ready for.
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.
He was so clever that all his work only used up 10% pf his brain and had a spare 90%?
Time was 'invented' billions of years before Einstein. He recognized that time and velocity were related and that the speed of light was the factor that joined them. You will find more information if you google "relativistic speed".
In a broad sense it means that you see clocks carried by people moving relative to you move slowly. This effect is totally negligible in every day life by the way, the speeds need to approach that of light for the effects to be apparent. More specifically it states that time moves slower in inert…ial frames moving relative to yours. ( Full Answer )
He tells us that the definition of insanity for him is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results from it.
Unfortunately no. That type of technology does not yet exist, unless you are watching a movie.
No, Albert Einstein suggested the idea of travelling at the speed of light and what would occur to physical properties, which lead him to special and general relativity. However, he never said it was possible to do so. Quite the opposite actually, he discovered that as an object travels faster an…d faster through space, it requires more and more energy to go even faster, to the point that if an object were to travel onward to the speed of light, it would require all of the energy in the universe to push it to that speed. It's also known as relativistic mass. ( Full Answer )
"Generations to come, it may be, will scarce believe that such a one as this ever in flesh and blood walked upon this earth!".
I believe Einstein didn't actually "make" an atomic bomb; he did give some theoretical insight that made it possible to develop it, and he wrote some influential letters.
Einstein's theory of general relativity permits something called time \ndilation, as you approach celestas (speed of light in a vacuum) time \nslows down, so technically you will be able to get to the future without\naging, which is a form of time travel. he discovered it when he was young but did …nothing about it since its technically not time travel ( Full Answer )
Never, it's a made up quote like so many others. Try and find a source for this one...
Because I am not named Einstein. No one is named Albert Einstein and I'm not a scientist who created the theory of relativity and then got stuck on infinity and died in New Jersey and I'm not a Jewish person and didn't fail school and was not persecuted by Hitler so there.
''if there is any religion that could respond to the needs of modern science, it would be Buddhism" - Albert Einstein
I do not know. You will have to go and ask that question to Nikola Tesla
no he did not, stephanie you are a compulsive liar. xoxox -albert. in the flesh
He received his main education at the following schools: Catholic elementary school in Munich, Germany (1885-1888) Luitpold Gymnasium in Munich, Germany (1888-1894) Cantonal school in Aarau, Switzerland (1895-1896) Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich, Switzerland (1896-1900) Ph.D. fr…om Zurich University, Switzerland (1905) ( Full Answer )
yes because in youtube it shows that someone or something can travel in the speed of light which is time travel
Not really. The idea of "Conservation of Energy" developed gradually over time, with more and more of types of energy (that is, what we now understand to be different types of energy) being recognized as such, and with the understanding that, for example, a specific amount of mechanical energy is al…ways converted to a specific amount of heat energy. ( Full Answer )
Nobody knows, cause the nurse didn't speak german and his last words were in german.
Because if we have a World War 3, all our technology could be destroyed and we would be back to where we were at the beginning, fighting with sticks and stones.
Einstein is a famous physicist and a noble prize awarded. He isknown for his famous theory of relativity.
he was percieved as a very intelligent person who was very smart. People admired him for his contributions to science
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