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  1. Ideas And Opinions by Albert Einstein, 1995-06-06
  2. Who Was Albert Einstein? by Jess Brallier, 2002-02-18
  3. Sidelights on relativity by Albert Einstein, G B. 1891- Jeffery, et all 2010-08-06
  4. The World As I See It by Albert Einstein, 2007-06-02
  5. Albert Einstein and the Theory of Relativity (Barrons Solution Series) by Robert Cwiklik, 1987-10-26
  6. Albert Einstein: Young Thinker (The Childhood of Famous Americans Series) by Marie Hammontree, 1986-10-31
  7. Albert Einstein (Giants of Science) by Kathleen Krull, 2009-10-15
  8. Odd Boy Out: Young Albert Einstein by Don Brown, 2008-06-16
  9. Relativity: The Special and the General Theory (Classic Reprint) by Albert Einstein, 2010-06-04
  10. Einstein on Cosmic Religion and Other Opinions and Aphorisms by Albert Einstein, George Bernard Shaw, 2009-04-23
  11. Subtle Is the Lord: The Science and the Life of Albert Einstein by Abraham Pais, 2005-11-03
  12. Ordinary Genius: The Story of Albert Einstein (Trailblazer Biographies) by Stephanie Sammartino McPherson, 1997-06
  13. Genius: A Photobiography of Albert Einstein (Photobiographies) by Marfe Ferguson Delano, 2008-10-14
  14. Dear Professor Einstein: Albert Einstein's Letters to and from Children

1. Einstein, Albert
Einstein, Albert Einstein, Albert (18791955) first visited Princeton in 1921 the year before he received the Nobel Prize to deliver five Stafford Little lectures on the
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Einstein, Albert
Einstein, Albert (1879-1955) first visited Princeton in 1921 the year before he received the Nobel Prize to deliver five Stafford Little lectures on the theory of relativity and to accept an honorary degree. He returned again in 1933 as a life member of the newly founded Institute for Advanced Study and lived here for the remaining twenty-two years of his life. Although his two-month visit to America in 1921 was made primarily to advance the cause of the Zionist movement, Einstein accepted Princeton's invitation to deliver the tour's most extensive series of scientific lectures because he felt more had been done here in relation to this theory of relativity than anywhere else in the United States. At ceremonies in Alexander Hall, President Hibben welcomed Einstein in German and conferred on him Princeton's honorary Doctor of Science, following the reading of a citation by Dean Andrew Fleming West, who saluted him as ``the new Columbus of science, `voyaging through strange seas of thought alone.''' Scientists from all over the country packed McCosh 50 for all five lectures. Each lecture, which Einstein delivered in German, was followed with a resum‚ in English by Princeton physicist Edwin P. Adams, who was, the

2. Einstein, Albert Lesson Plans & Activities For Teachers | Lesson Planet
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Students complete a KWL chart on Albert Einstein. After they read an article, they discover more about his iconic status and how future scientists view him. In groups, they create trading cards about Einstein and another scientist of interest to them and write a job description looking for the next Einstein. Spend a Week in Germany
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Students engage in a series of activities designed to be a fun week enabling students to experience life in Germany. The activities are aligned with state objectives and could be applied to any country of interest to Students. A Distant View
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Students investigate the essential concepts of how lenses work to magnify vision, and then build simple telescopes to demonstrate their understanding. They write a description of how their telescope could be improved and how it works.

3. Einstein Archives Online
The homepage of the repository of the personal papers of the great scientist, humanist and Jew, Albert Einstein
http://www.alberteinstein.info/
Scientific Writings
Non-Scientific Writings

Travel Diaries
General information on the Albert Einstein Archives, including List of Folders A joint project of the Albert Einstein Archives
and the David and Fela Shapell Digitization Project
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Einstein Papers Project

at the California Institute of Technology
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Princeton University Press

4. Einstein-Image And Impact. AIP History Center Exhibit.
Einstein's life and thought by leading historians with many illustrations - his theories, political concerns, and impact. From the AIP Center for History of Physics.
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(3.5 MB) Sign up to find out when we put more exhibits online Albert Einstein: Read about Einstein's astounding theory of relativity and his discovery of the quantum, his thoughtful philosophy, and his rise above a turbulent life including marriages and exile. This Einstein exhibit contains many pictures, cartoons, voice clips, and essays on Einstein's work on special relativity, Brownian motion, and more. Brought to you by The Center for History of Physics American Institute of Physics
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5. Einstein, Albert. 1920. Relativity: The Special And General Theory
Online publication of the 1920 edition of Albert Einstein s Relativity.
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6. Albert Einstein - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Albert Einstein; Albert Einstein, 1921 Born 14 March 1879 (187903-14) Ulm, Kingdom of W rttemberg, German Empire Died 18 April 1955 (aged 76) Princeton, New Jersey, USA
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Albert Einstein, 1921 Born 14 March 1879
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New Jersey , USA Resting place Grounds of the Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, New Jersey. Residence Germany, Italy, Switzerland, USA Ethnicity Jewish Citizenship Spouse Awards Signature (pronounced /ˈælbərt ˈaɪnstaɪn/ [ˈalbɐt ˈaɪnʃtaɪn] listen theoretical physicist ... philosopher and author who is widely regarded as one of the most influential and best known scientists and intellectuals of all time. A German Swiss Nobel laureate , he is often regarded as the father of modern physics He received the Nobel Prize in Physics "for his services to Theoretical Physics, and especially for his discovery of the law of the photoelectric effect Near the beginning of his career, Einstein thought that

7. Einstein, Albert
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8. Albert Einstein
An overview of his life, from childhood through the final decades.
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Albert Einstein
The German-American physicist Albert Einstein, b. Ulm, Germany, Mar. 14, 1879, d. Princeton, N.J., Apr. 18, 1955, contributed more than any other scientist to the 20th-century vision of physical reality. In the wake of World War I, Einstein's theoriesespecially his theory of relativityseemed to many people to point to a pure quality of human thought, one far removed from the war and its aftermath. Seldom has a scientist received such public attention for having cultivated the fruit of pure learning.
EARLY LIFE
Einstein's parents, who were nonobservant Jews, moved from Ulm to Munich when Einstein was an infant. The family business was the manufacture of electrical apparatus; when the business failed (1894), the family moved to Milan, Italy. At this time Einstein decided officially to relinquish his German citizenship. Within a year, still without having completed secondary school, Einstein failed an examination that would have allowed him to pursue a course of study leading to a diploma as an electrical engineer at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (the Zurich Polytechnic). He spent the next year in nearby Aarau at the cantonal secondary school, where he enjoyed excellent teachers and first-rate facilities in physics. Einstein returned in 1896 to the Zurich Polytechnic, where he graduated (1900) as a secondary school teacher of mathematics and physics.

9. Albert Einstein - Biography
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Albert Einstein
During his stay at the Patent Office, and in his spare time, he produced much of his remarkable work and in 1908 he was appointed Privatdozent in Berne. In 1909 he became Professor Extraordinary at Zurich, in 1911 Professor of Theoretical Physics at Prague, returning to Zurich in the following year to fill a similar post. In 1914 he was appointed Director of the Kaiser Wilhelm Physical Institute and Professor in the University of Berlin. He became a German citizen in 1914 and remained in Berlin until 1933 when he renounced his citizenship for political reasons and emigrated to America to take the position of Professor of Theoretical Physics at Princeton . He became a United States citizen in 1940 and retired from his post in 1945.
After World War II, Einstein was a leading figure in the World Government Movement, he was offered the Presidency of the State of Israel, which he declined, and he collaborated with Dr. Chaim Weizmann in establishing the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

10. Einstein, Albert | StarDate Online
A Swiss mathematician and physicist who lived from 1879 to 1955. Einstein was born in Germany to Jewish parents, and after moving to Switzerland, he took a job at a patent office.
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Einstein, Albert
A Swiss mathematician and physicist who lived from 1879 to 1955. Einstein was born in Germany to Jewish parents, and after moving to Switzerland, he took a job at a patent office. When he began publishing scientific papers, he quickly rose to fame and was recognized as a leading thinker of the time. He held several professorial positions in Switzerland, Germany, and the United States during his lifetime. In 1922, Einstein won a Nobel Prize for work he had done with the Photoelectric Effect. Over the course of his life, Einstein made major advances in physics, such as developing the Theory of Special Relativity and the Theory of General Relativity. He was arguably the most important physicist of the 20th century.
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Lasers IV Inching away from the Moon Thursday, May 20, 2010 A Remarkable Year Catching a scientific wave Friday, December 26, 2008 Testing Einstein Shedding light on Einstein's theory of gravity Friday, December 15, 2006 Momentous Meeting A meeting of "universal" stars Sunday, January 29, 2006

11. Albert Einstein Og Socialismen
Artikel fra Dagbladet Arbejderen.
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Er det tilrådeligt, at en person, der ikke er ekspert i økonomiske og sociale spørgsmål, giver udtryk for sit syn på spørgsmålet om socialisme? Det tror jeg - af en række grunde - at det er. Lad os først se på sagen ud fra videnskabernes vinkel.
Det kan se ud, som om der ikke er nogle afgørende metodemæssige forskelle mellem astronomi og økonomi. På begge områder søger videnskabsfolk at opdage de almindelige love, der anses for at gælde for en nærmere afgrænset gruppe af fænomener, for at gøre de indbyrdes forbindelser mellem dem så klart forståelige som muligt. Men i virkeligheden findes der metodemæssige forskelle. Inden for økonomi er det vanskeligt at afdække de almene love, fordi synlige økonomiske fænomener ofte påvirkes af mange faktorer, som er meget vanskelige at bedømme hver for sig. Dertil kommer, at den erfaring, der er ophobet siden starten på den såkaldt civiliserede periode i menneskehedens historie, som bekendt i høj grad er påvirket og begrænset af faktorer, der på ingen måde blot er af økonomisk karakter. For eksempel er de fleste store stater i verden opstået på basis af erobring. Erobrer-folkene etablerede sig, både via lov og økonomi, som priviligeret klasse i det erobrede land. De tiltog sig monopol på ejendom til jorden og udpegede et præsteskab fra deres egne rækker. Præsterne, der styrede uddannelsen, gjorde samfundets klassedeling til en permanent institution og skabte et værdisæt, som folk

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Everything you need to know about Einstein Albert Email addresses, Phone numbers, Biography, Mileva, Religion, Genius, Einstein Power, Equation, German, Atoms
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14. NOVA | Einstein's Big Idea | Genius Among Geniuses | PBS
Essay attempts to answer the question of just how smart Einstein really was.
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by Thomas Levenson
Einstein's Big Idea homepage But what of Einstein? Well, Einstein felt compelled to apologize to Newton. "Newton, forgive me," Einstein wrote in his Autobiographical Notes
Miracle year
  • In 1905, Einstein is 26, a patent examiner, working on physics on his own. After hours, he creates the special theory of relativity, in which he demonstrates that measurements of time and distance vary systematically as anything moves relative to anything else. Which means that Newton was wrong. Space and time are not absolute, and the relativistic universe we inhabit is not the one Newton "discovered."
That's pretty good, but one idea, however spectacular, does not make a demigod. But now add the rest of what Einstein did in 1905:
  • In March, Einstein creates the quantum theory of light, the idea that light exists as tiny packets, or particles, that we now call photons. Alongside Max Planck's work on quanta of heat, and Niels Bohr's later work on quanta of matter, Einstein's work anchors the most shocking idea in 20th-century physics: we live in a quantum universe, one built out of tiny, discrete chunks of energy and matter. And then, in June, Einstein completes special relativity, which adds a twist to the story: Einstein's March paper treated light as particles, but special relativity sees light as a continuous field of waves. Alice's Red Queen can accept many impossible things before breakfast, but it takes a supremely confident mind to do so. Einstein, age 26, sees light as wave and particle, picking the attribute he needs to confront each problem in turn. Now that's tough.

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    Einstein, Albert
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    Albert Einstein Date of Birth
    March 14, 1879 Date of Death
    April 18, 1955 Place of Birth
    Ulm, in Wurteemberg, Germany Birth Family
    Hermann and Pauline Einstein Marriage/Spouse
    Mileva Maric; later married Elsa Lowenthal Children
    daughter Lieserl
    sons Hans Albert Einstein and Eduard
    stepdaughters Margot and Ilse (from his second marriage) Education
    Attended a Catholic elementary school Secondary school - Swiss Federal Polytechnic School In 1905 obtained doctorate degree Career Theoretical physicist Reason for Fame considered greatest physicist ever Additional Information Throughout his life, Einstein published hundreds of books and articles. Most were about physics. In 1922, Einstein was awarded the 1921 Nobel Prize in Physics.
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16. Regarding, Inter Alia, Albert Einstein And Mileva Marich Einstein
Full text of this work by V. Alexander Stefan.
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17. Einstein, Albert - Hutchinson Encyclopedia Article About Einstein
Germanborn US physicist whose theories of relativity revolutionized our understanding of matter, space, and time. Einstein established that light may have a particle nature.
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18. Einstein (Einstein Albert) | MySpace
Myspace profile for Einstein Albert. Find friends, share photos, keep in touch with classmates, and meet new people on Myspace.
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19. Galileo And Einstein Home Page
Michael Fowler s physics lectures from the U of VA. Interesting and easy to follow.
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Galileo and Einstein
Michael Fowler , UVa
Link to 2009 Homepage
Summary of the Course
The course explores two revolutions in our perception of the universe. The first, in which Galileo played the leading role, was the realization that what we see in the heavens—the moon, the planets, the sun and stars—are physical objects. For example, the moon has a rocky surface, not unlike some parts of earth, and is not made of some exotic ethereal substance, as had been generally believed before Galileo. This discovery led to the realization that the motions of the moon and planets obeyed the same physical laws as ordinary things moving on earth. Newton put this all together to give the first unified picture of the universe. The second revolution was Einstein’s realization that this was not the whole truth —space and time are not as straightforward as they first appear, but are related to each other in a simple but unexpected way. Among other results, this leads to the surprising consequence that mass and energy are different aspects of the same thing! The course will follow the development of ideas approximately in the historical sequence. It will begin by reviewing some of the Greek contributions to math and science, which were essential to both Galileo and Einstein in their work. We shall prove—and find very useful—Pythagoras’ theorem, and a few other ideas about triangles. We shall also look at Greek ideas about the solar system, and how they measured the distance to the moon quite accurately (using the ideas about triangles!).

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EINSTEIN, ALBERT He couldn`t drive, he couldn`t swim, and he thought socks were unnecessary. Follow this wildhaired, eccentric`s development from his boyhood in Germany to the
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He couldn't drive, he couldn't swim, and he thought socks were unnecessary. Follow this wild-haired, eccentric's development from his boyhood in Germany to the world-renowned physicist, writer and professor he grew up to become in this fascinating issue. From his extensive experiments and theories to his artistic talents, Albert Einstein is a man whose ideas changed the way we view the world. Articles shed light on the people who inspired him, the pleasure he took in playing the violin, and the Manhattan project. Energetic readers will be challenged by a "Relative Puzzle" and a word puzzle..
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