Albert Einstein

Einstein’s Letters

Einstein’s Letters The Manhattan Project: the code name for the effort to develop atomic bombs for the United States during WW2. The definition of this historical project is not that difficult to come by. But what was the reason behind it? Why did the United States have a need to develop atomic bombs? The answer …

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An Attempt to Uncover Autism in the Personality of Albert Einstein

A great mystery to contemplate is whether Albert Einstein had autism. Einstein was never diagnosed. The diagnosis itself was only developed in the decade prior to his death, but Einstein displayed many of the traits of autism. However, many people believe that Einstein was just an eccentric genius and that his intelligence made it hard …

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Albert Einstein’s Theory

On May 15, 1935, Albert Einstein co-authored a paper with his two postdoctoral research associates, Boris Podolsky and Nathan Rosen, at the Institute for Advanced Study. First published in the Physical Review, the article was entitled “Can Quantum Mechanical Description of Physical Reality Be Considered Complete?”, and generally referred to as “EPR” owing to the …

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Einstein’s Dreams

Annotations/Journal – Setting and Background Information: The novel is set in Berne, Switzerland in the spring of 1905. Einstein is twenty-six years old, working on his theory of relativity in his extra time. The novels portrays Einstein’s dreams on physics, time and relativity. The year 1905 has been referred to as Einstein’s “miracle year”, for …

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The Irrelevance of a Student’s Performance as a Success Determinant With Reference To Albert Einstein, Thomas Edison, And Benjamin Franklin

Most of the time a student’s achievement in education is measured by grades. Can you achieve more success in life with higher grades? Grades portray what the teacher or professors believe to be the best or worst answer. A student could learn a lot in a class but have a bad grade because of a …

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Review of the Speech Essay, “The Menace of Mass Destruction”, By Albert Einstein

Rhetorical analysis – ‘The Menace of Mass Destruction speech.’ In his speech, “The Menace of Mass Destruction,” Albert Einstein warns the world about a threatening situation that is created by humankind. Albert Einstein was German philosopher born in 1879 and died in 1955. Albert developed the theory of relativity and had greatly influenced the field …

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Albert Einstein’s View of the Significance of a Creative Mind in Science than Knowledge

“Imagination is more important than knowledge” (Albert Einstein). To what extent would you say this applies to the sciences? According to Albert Einstein, “Imagination is more important than knowledge”. To me this quote shows the need to keep a creative mind, especially in the field of science. Just because someone can memorize a plethora of …

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Einstein’s theory

Einstein’s theory was not valid, as acknowledged by himself and the scientific world. In terms of using his theory of relativity to explain the universe, it was valid, however on a wider spectrum including other astronomic discoveries, Einstein’s ‘static theory’ was not valid. In 1917, Albert Einstein added a cosmological constant to his equations of …

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