θεοῖς σωτῆρσιν ἔθυον καὶ ἀναθήματα ἀνέθηκα

θεοῖς σωτῆρσιν ἔθυον καὶ ἀναθήματα ἀνέθηκα
θεοῖς σωτῆρσιν ἔθυον καὶ ἀναθήματα ἀνέθηκα

NOT IN THIS "NEW GREECE" - ΟΧΙ ΣΕ ΑΥΤΗΝ ΤΗΝ "ΝΕΑ ΕΛΛΑΔΑ"

NOT IN THIS "NEW GREECE"  - ΟΧΙ ΣΕ ΑΥΤΗΝ ΤΗΝ "ΝΕΑ ΕΛΛΑΔΑ"
NOT IN THIS "NEW GREECE" - ΟΧΙ ΣΕ ΑΥΤΗΝ ΤΗΝ "ΝΕΑ ΕΛΛΑΔΑ"

Thursday, July 06, 2017

Γιατί αποκάλεσαν τον Άλμπερτ Αϊνστάιν απατεώνα;

 
Γιατί αποκάλεσαν τον Άλμπερτ Αϊνστάιν απατεώνα;
Why they called Albert Einstein a Fraud?

Παρατηρήσατε ποτέ ότι, παρά το γεγονός ότι ο Άλμπερτ Αϊνστάιν είναι "σούπερ ιδιοφυΐα", υπάρχουν πολύ λίγες ταινίες ή ηχογράφησή του να μιλά;  Τουλάχιστον δεν έχω δει εγώ ακόμα. Άκουσα πως ήταν ένας πολύ δυσάρεστος άνθρωπος, οπότε ήθελε να τον δείξουν όσο το δυνατόν λιγότερο.
 
Ever notice that, despite him being a "super genius", there are very few films or recording of him speaking? At least I've yet to see any. I heard that's because he was a profoundly unpleasant person so they wanted to show him as little as possible.

Just a little light: The foundation of general relativity is the assumption, known as the equivalence principle, that acceleration is locally indistinguishable from the effects of a gravitational field, and therefore that the inertial mass is equal to the gravitational mass. The mathematical tools needed to develop general relativity had been introduced earlier by Gregorio Ricci Curbastro (1853-1925) which essentially introduced what is now known as tensor calculus. (Biografie - Gregorio Ricci-Curbastro.)
In the eighties, in an Italian newspaper, Il Giornale di Vicenza, a group of scholars brought forward a long battle to support the argument that the famous Einstein equation, E = mc², would have derived directly from the study of the ether hypothesis in the life of the universe, presented in 1903 at the Royal Institute of Sciences, Letters and Arts in Schio (VI) by Olinto De Pretto (1867-1921). De Pretto, a graduate in agriculture and an industrialist by profession but passionate about physics and geology, never claimed authorship – not even as a hint – of the famous formula. In 1999, the "Caso De Pretto" found new life, however, by Umberto Bartocci, professor of mathematics at the University of Perugia, who narrated his own vision of the facts in the pamphlet – greeted with some skepticism, however, from the academic environment - Albert Einstein and Olinto De Pretto, the true story of the world's most famous formula. Added to this is the relationship and collaboration with the Swiss friend Michele Besso, whom Einstein thanked by writing: "... in conclusion, I want to say that my friend and colleague M. Besso constantly lent me his valuable collaboration while I was working to this subject, and to whom I owe several interesting suggestions. " (Umberto Bartocci, Einstein, De Pretto e l'equivalenza massa-energia)