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1. General Term: Einstein, Albert (1879-1955)
Einstein, Albert (1879-1955) German-born naturalised Swiss and American physicist. He is arguably the twentieth century’s most famous scientific figure. His output included the theories of special relativity (1905) and general
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2. Interview: Steven Weinberg (PBS)
scientist of this century - Albert Einstein - used to talk so often about God and physics? DR. WEINBERG: Often people talking about science and religion point to the example of Einstein as a deeply religious scientist, but who has certainly
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3. Biography: Russell Stannard
have included the Uncle Albert trilogy ( The Time and Space of Uncle Albert , Black Holes and Uncle Albert , and Uncle Albert and the Quantum Quest ) which covers the work of Einstein - the special and general theories of relativity,
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4. Intro Topic: The Big Bang
of relativity, completed by Albert Einstein in 1916. Einstein's equations, which describe the structure of space and time, suggested that the universe should not be static, but that it ought to be expanding. Both Einstein and other physicists
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5. Interview: 'Faith and Reason' Transcript
of relativity, developed by Albert Einstein . Interestingly, Einstein said that when doing science he was inspired by what he called a cosmic religious feeling. While Einstein's equations predicted a big bang, it was a Jesuit priest who
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6. Science and Religion Topic: Stephen Meyer: The New Cosmology
Albert Einstein and Edwin Hubble at Mount Wilson in 1931 Philosophically the notion of a beginning of the present order is repugnant to me. I should
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7. Physics Topic: Quantum Physics
level in the world. Albert Einstein and later David Bohm also opted for an ontological interpretation, but they sided with determinism , hoping that the statistical character of quantum data could be explained by as yet unknown causal
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8. Biography: Michael Grodin
his M.D. degree at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, his postdoctoral and fellowship training at UCLA and Harvard, and he has been on the faculty of Boston University for the past 25 years. Human Rights and
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9. Divine Action Topic: Heller, Michael. “Chaos, Probability, and the Comp...
This is, of course, Albert Einstein ’s famous claim, and it serves as the point of departure for Michael Heller’s paper. According to Heller, this mystery is present in our prescientific cognition, but it reveals itself in full
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10. General Term: Special Relativity
A theory developed by Albert Einstein stating that the laws of motion are the same for all inertial (non-accelerating) frames of reference and that the speed of light (in a vacuum) is the same for all inertial reference frames. This
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