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Fresh update on "einstein" discussed on Rants and Randomness with Luvvie Ajayi

Rants and Randomness with Luvvie Ajayi

01:11 min | 6 hrs ago

Fresh update on "einstein" discussed on Rants and Randomness with Luvvie Ajayi

"I think the best things we learn are outside of school like the best education like I think for me college was more about the connections that I made and who I became currently the experience. Yeah. Exactly. Because the classes that I took right I suppose to be a psychologist. Really didn't happen. I'm sure there's women's to that in what you do but I I like well for me. It's yeah. It's I mean I still got a lot of my education books that you know that Outside of college definitely in in your in your framing of it is the same way didn't mean outside of books for me You know when the first time I was going through school I viewed all kinds of book view book learning you know in as far as like textbooks and stuff as something that was kind of below me. In that I want to just read what other people told me to read I didn't want to study and memorize facts So I could regurgitate ABMC on the test on kind of rebelled against books as a and I mean nonfiction books I. I enjoy novel like everybody as a way of educating myself then I dropped out of college. And then went to perimeter college Georgia, permanent or College Community College. I was surrounded by people who maybe they had children at a young age maybe they were from families with immigrants They were privileged in for them. Education wasn't this rite of passage that you got shuffled along fulfilling the wishes of your parents like it. was something that they were clawing for in striving for in order to better, their lives in of being in this environment really refrains My view of education and education is something outside of school. It is a thing unto itself, and during that time period became very dedicated to educate myself but the difference being the books that I read the things that I studied were gonNA become for my own volition they were going to. Be something that I I pursued based on my own itenerary might own agenda that the books that I chose to read. We're going to be based on my own curiosities and then once I made that pivot I, started reading a lot I was, I read one hundred pages a day for years So education became very important to me but it was education based on my own this my own volition in not top-down structured education. That makes a lot of sense. So when you graduated, what was your next move? So graduated with a history degree and it didn't solve a whole lot of mine underlying problems of again feeling like a creative person wanting to do something creative. You know at that time in college I was attempting to make a documentary or documentary anyone's ever made on a borrowed a camera from my friend identity know anything about audio. You'll see you got these nice. Headstones with these other microphone I don't even I. Still You know still not not very efficient with audio, clearly so I but I, but I just love shooting you know and it really kind of has echoes what later came in Humans Yorker just borrowing my friend's camera film thousand hours ago. This look at this tree off figure out how to give this into my movies. Beautiful. I even remember because I started out of making the documentary on student athletes. I chose like three different One of them was the most famous player on a football team of the other was a fourteen year old Prodigy Golfer in the other was a she. He wasn't student work school. It was this eighty year old man probably younger than that. The time you probably about seventy year old man and he would go in kind of a legend he would go into the gym. Every single day where he looked like Albert Einstein or the guy. Roles he wore the same blue sweatshirt every single day any shot back asking balls like this he would he take one hand behind his head as throw it over there like that and he was a legend because this man could sink one, hundred, three point shots at a row. He would like glow they always win. Tom. He worked in the math library. So I profoundly three different athletes and was interviewing them horrible interviews audio. And kind of figure out what it was. They all had to come that kind of made the next one and nothing ever came of that. But we did get get the camera in my hand me filming in love with in the night even kind of went off in echoes will later become humans or New York even kind of started you know stopping random people on the street in interviewing men. Oh. Maybe I can figure this into into my movie later you know maybe I can just fake I was just filming everything and so I graduated he got this bucket full of horrible footage. So have with me. And Abbott still like new against social media didn't exist path for artists was less clear in more structured in the same way that I rebelled against structure. Before you know you had to go through a system whether that's the music industry system or the Hollywood system to be an artist you had to be ordained, chosen and curated pit I taste makers who does. A programs you know it was it the the word art sound glamorous but the pathway to art wasn't much more. Independently driven or or own it didn't allow for as much. Come you know freedom as it does today and so I felt stuck. I had a call from a friend that he actually song yesterday still very good friend of mine who had studied finances life and you know he said I'm telling you know what to do and he goes well, you know you don't have a finance degree but I think he would be an excellent bond trader. That's what he was doing at. The time if you on, I can get you an interview and not knowing what I was going to do. I said okay that's great So I wind I did the interview beforehand remember I said I was very into education at that time. I read every book on the market I possibly could. So by the time I went into a history degree. An interview I've read like one hundred books everything I could find just. So I was ready. Got That job did it for about two years? Is Two thousand and eight, and it was very exciting. It was very high pressure high stakes on an interesting almost too interesting. I was obsessed with an unhealthy way. And I did that for about two years, two, thousand eight happened, which was financial crisis ended up getting fired In then, I kind of had this moment or a kind of looked at my path instead. Okay. Three years ago you were trying to make filming wanted to do something creative than the past two years you've been really pursuing A. For money say you know? I had had this narrative in my head I'm GonNa make my money first and then I'm going to pivot I'm going to do something creative. You know what I'm doing now isn't who I am. What I'm doing now is just to get some security, get some firm footing under my feet so that I can later on be who I am right Dundas for two years in all I've been thinking about is the process of making money and that's what trading it. It's. You know you're you're we were trading bonds for your trading money to make money think about money all day long and two years gone by and I didn't really have anything show for it. I got fired wasn't performing well and At that point, I made the decision that I, am just going to stop thinking about money and making money and just focus on my time that I'm going to. Instead of trying to make so much money that I owned all my time I'm as I was going to try to make just enough money to where I do what I wanted to do all day long, and at the time that was photography, I bought a camera to relieve the stress of work because it was going. So poorly, I'd only been photographing for few months but I loved it. It kind of felt like the same way I did in College I. Just I Love I love being out at interacting with the world like. The physical energy exchange and I miss that during it in on I mean because. I'm doing I'm doing the remote interviews which are grade in many ways. The most popular thing I've ever done but I do miss the being out on the street and interacting with the world and exchanging energy now with only with other people but with the world, it was such as fine thing to do you know what I mean not what came out of it not the money you're the audience that came out of it..

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Time Travel Theoretically Possible Without Leading To Paradoxes, Researchers Say

Kottke Ride Home

03:29 min | 20 hrs ago

Time Travel Theoretically Possible Without Leading To Paradoxes, Researchers Say

"An undergraduate at the University of Queensland has apparently proven that time travel without paradoxes is possible. This is from a new paper published last week in the journal classical and quantum gravity by the student Germane to bar and his professor Fabio Kosta quoting popular mechanics. The math itself is complex, but it boils down to something fairly simple time travel discussion focuses on closed time like curves or CTC's something Albert Einstein I posited until Barton cost say that as long as. Just two pieces of an entire scenario within a C. T. C. or still in causal order when you leave the rest is subject to local free will I results show that C. T. C.'s are not only compatible with determinism and with the local free choice of operations but also with a rich and diverse range of scenarios in dynamical processes, their paper concludes end quote. In other words stepping on a butterfly during a dinosaur hunting expedition would not entirely change the present world returned to and the way Mardi MC fly prevented his parents from meeting or accidentally left behind a sports ALMANAC for biff defined would not drastically change his present reality either. Instead, the mathematical research shows that time travel would be more akin to vendors endgame something that matches the findings from Los, Alamos Laboratory earlier this summer. Side No. Los. Alamos is also one of the few labs messing around with plutonium. So All I'm saying is if you see a delorean cruising around New Mexico, maybe watch out. But essentially, the findings say that you can go back to the past and mess with things a little bit but it will basically smooth over and eventually lead to the same results preventing things like the grandfather paradox in which you go back in time, kill your own grandfather, and then prevent yourself the time traveller from ever existing. To Warren constant used relevant example from our present time to put their complex math into plain language quoting a press statement by the researchers say you traveled in time in an attempt to stop covid nineteen patient zero from being exposed to the virus? However, if you stopped that individual from becoming infected that would eliminate the motivation for you to go back and stop the pandemic in the first place this is a paradox been inconsistency that often leads people to think that time travel cannot occur in our universe. Logically, it's hard to accept because that would affect our freedom to make any arbitrary action. It would mean you can time travel. You cannot do anything that would cause a paradox to occur. In the coronavirus patient zero example, you might try and stop patient zero from becoming infected, but in doing so you would catch the virus and would become patient zero or someone else would no matter what you did. The salient events would just recalibrate around you try. As you might to create a paradox, the events will always adjust themselves to avoid any inconsistency end quotes. So our timelines are a bit more self-correcting than we thought and trying to adjust the time line. We're currently living in to go back to one where perhaps a different person won an election and the berinstain bears are still the Bernstein bears probably isn't going to happen. As NPR quoted from Stephen, King's time travel novel eleven twenty to sixty three about trying to prevent the Kennedy assassination quotes. The past is obdurate. It doesn't want to be changed.

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Fresh update on "einstein" discussed on Science Salon

Science Salon

01:10 min | 6 hrs ago

Fresh update on "einstein" discussed on Science Salon

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A Biography Podcast - Life Histories of Successful People

01:04 min | 2 weeks ago

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"A kid to major incidents happened that changed his life forever. When he was four or five years old his father gave him a magnetic compass looking at the needle move little Einstein froze the fact that the needle moved without Einstein even touching it fascinated him. It made him believe that there was something hidden behind things. This created an Einstein, a lifelong lust for the forces of nature which would come to define who he was. that. Around the same time, his mother, a pianist made him take violin lessons. This would create and Little Einstein Lifelong devotion to music in his later years whenever he would hit a roadblock in his experiments and did not know what to do. He would take his violin and start playing Mozart's tunes or improvising melodies, and suddenly he would stumble upon a solution to the problem. These two incidents changed Albert Einstein's life completely. As a kid Einstein had trouble in learning to talk. So when he was two years old, he developed a peculiar habit before he

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Fresh update on "einstein" discussed on Science Salon

Science Salon

00:50 min | 7 hrs ago

Fresh update on "einstein" discussed on Science Salon

"I think Einstein. Generally believed that time the perception of time was an illusion. So some physicists believe that real time is like space that it's something that's just out there and that humans just have some kind of allusion that we're moving forward in this system. And but you know that is a little bit problematic because all our experiences are that time moves forward. So it's hard to say, well, that's an illusion because that's something we live with. It's hard for us to step out of that and say. Well, we're really you know this is a phantasm. This is something were were dreaming. That time is moving forward. It. Is this something related to the block universe where if you could step outside of it is just one long say Britannia Block of space and time, and you could slice through it at any moment if you were a deity or something and step into that particular space time. If if there was some kind of alien creature or divine creature that could step out of the block universe, they would see the past present and future all as a single thing they would see people born and I at the same time and know exactly what happened to them. So there are several different problems with that though in quantum physics, you have an element of chance or randomness. So. You don't really know the future in quantum physics because there's a chance element, lsu imagine there's there's a version of quantum physics, CAU- the parallel worlds model where every time, there's a event time forks and then you can sort of imagine. Time that's frozen but you have all these forks that are frozen almost like a map where you have all these. Junctions in the road. Junctions are there and the map and you can travel along one of them or another one, but they're still there. So that's one way of reconciling a-block universe with quantum physics, which has all these options But if you don't believe in parallel universes, he believe in just a single universe than quantum physics says, we really can't know the future because there's an element of chance to the future and that's one problem with it. The other problem is, is just that our own. Perceptions are that the past is gone and the future is unknowable. Why? How can we say that there are some alien creature out there that could be different. You know it's it's it's a big hypothesis to say that there there are deities or alien creatures that can see everything. We just really don't know that that's the case till the plazas demon that knows the motion and location of every particle that's not possible in as we understand the universe compared to applause his own time. Right. So so I'm Stein was a believer in that kind of strict determinism, but quantum physicists don't believe in that kind of determine. ISM, strict determinism except possibly for what's called the wave function, which is the fundamental quantities quantum. The wave function is very abstract. We can never know the wave function. Every aspect of the wave function at once if we try to tap into the wave function, say what's The position of a particle? Exactly. Than We, don't know. The velocity of the particles speed of the particle exactly. Because the wave function does not reveal all at the same time it.

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A Biography Podcast - Life Histories of Successful People

00:58 sec | 2 weeks ago

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"Albert Einstein was a kid to major incidents happened that changed his life forever. When he was four or five years old his father gave him a magnetic compass looking at the needle move little Einstein froze the fact that the needle moved without Einstein even touching it fascinated him. It made him believe that there was something hidden behind things. This created an Einstein, a lifelong lust for the forces of nature which would come to define who he was. that. Around the same time, his mother, a pianist made him take violin lessons. This would create and Little Einstein Lifelong devotion to music in his later years whenever he would hit a roadblock in his experiments and did not know what to do. He would take his violin and start playing Mozart's tunes or improvising melodies, and suddenly he would stumble upon a solution to the problem. These two incidents changed Albert Einstein's life completely. As a kid

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Fresh update on "einstein" discussed on Science Salon

Science Salon

00:24 min | 7 hrs ago

Fresh update on "einstein" discussed on Science Salon

"The you know the the flat land or the old guy that they can't accept the radical new. Ideas it's funny how that operates psychologically. Yet it's funny. 'cause Einstein had a very good friend businesses, Paul Aaron fast who was an Austrian physicist to move to Holland and and question a lot of things. He was very big on skeptic a questioner of of you know of knowledge and always asking questions at seminars but then he said to Einstein. Look you know in the past people challenged you. and. You were the radical you were the revolutionary. But now you've become the conservative why can't you just accept that quantum physics Israel and Einstein had no response to that and Aaron. Fest was always dismayed because his two best friends, Ryan Stein annuals bore, and he could never get the two of them together. See Eye to eye how weird was that for? The the exercise if thought experiments. For. Setting up future experiments to see if it's true or not. But just the idea of kind of an. I'm imagining riding on a beam of light are imagining falling through an infinitely long. Elevator, shaft and everything is floating there. So that gravity. Or the two beams of light hitting simultaneously when you're standing on a stationary hillside. But if you're on the train moving, the one lightning strike will happen before the other one. How can that possibly be? That was just brilliant but but but that's not enough right. You gotTa have some kind of experimental test. He will the early, Twentieth Century was degrade age of thought experiments. It's pretty remarkable that so many thinkers can come up with conclusions and leaps of intuition based upon just thinking about things or dreaming about things and Einstein was certainly the king of that in terms of coming up with experiments that led them to radical conclusions such as you know, trying to chase the beam of light or or falling in an elevator and seeing what happens if you. Drop something at the same time so Einstein was great in terms of his intuition but ironically Einstein's later years a lot of the stuff he did to try to unify gravity with another force with electromagnetism was very unintuitive and he opened himself up to a lot of criticism then because starting in the nineteen twenties Einstein stopped. Fully believing in his own theory of relativity and thought it had to be modified to take into account electromagnetism and that was a great idea but then every theory came up with. To try to combine the two was completely unintuitive added some extra elements that were unnatural and could not be tested experimentally. So he's started to become this.

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A Biography Podcast - Life Histories of Successful People

00:57 sec | 2 weeks ago

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"Albert Einstein was a kid to major incidents happened that changed his life forever. When he was four or five years old his father gave him a magnetic compass looking at the needle move little Einstein froze the fact that the needle moved without Einstein even touching it fascinated him. It made him believe that there was something hidden behind things. This created an Einstein, a lifelong lust for the forces of nature which would come to define who he was. that. Around the same time, his mother, a pianist made him take violin lessons. This would create and Little Einstein Lifelong devotion to music in his later years whenever he would hit a roadblock in his experiments and did not know what to do. He would take his violin and start playing Mozart's tunes or improvising melodies, and suddenly he would stumble upon a solution to the problem. These two incidents changed Albert Einstein's life completely.

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Albert Einstein - burst 1

A Biography Podcast - Life Histories of Successful People

00:57 sec | 2 weeks ago

Albert Einstein - burst 1

"When Albert Einstein was a kid to major incidents happened that changed his life forever. When he was four or five years old his father gave him a magnetic compass looking at the needle move little Einstein froze the fact that the needle moved without Einstein even touching it fascinated him. It made him believe that there was something hidden behind things. This created an Einstein, a lifelong lust for the forces of nature which would come to define who he was. that. Around the same time, his mother, a pianist made him take violin lessons. This would create and Little Einstein Lifelong devotion to music in his later years whenever he would hit a roadblock in his experiments and did not know what to do. He would take his violin and start playing Mozart's tunes or improvising melodies, and suddenly he would stumble upon a solution to the problem. These two incidents changed Albert Einstein's life completely.

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Albert Einstein - burst 1

A Biography Podcast - Life Histories of Successful People

00:58 sec | 2 weeks ago

Albert Einstein - burst 1

"When Albert Einstein was a kid to major incidents happened that changed his life forever. When he was four or five years old his father gave him a magnetic compass looking at the needle move little Einstein froze the fact that the needle moved without Einstein even touching it fascinated him. It made him believe that there was something hidden behind things. This created an Einstein, a lifelong lust for the forces of nature which would come to define who he was. that. Around the same time, his mother, a pianist made him take violin lessons. This would create and Little Einstein Lifelong devotion to music in his later years whenever he would hit a roadblock in his experiments and did not know what to do. He would take his violin and start playing Mozart's tunes or improvising melodies, and suddenly he would stumble upon a solution to the problem. These two incidents changed Albert Einstein's life completely.

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The Mystery Of Dark Energy

Short Wave

09:24 min | Last month

The Mystery Of Dark Energy

"Going out into nature hiking paddling looking up at the stars has always helped me center myself. It reminds me that I'm just Madeleine Kelly via one human among millions of critters and trees and galaxies that don't care about me or acknowledged me at all. I'm just a group of random atoms matter taking up space. In it turns out that matter as we normally think of it is a tiny tiny portion of the universe meaning your genes, the ocean trees, computers, all the stars, and planets. All of that is only five percent of the universe and the rest of the stuff is dark matter and dark energy right? which is wild. That's so. Much. That's too much of it. Honestly. Yeah. It's like a very uncomfortable place to be in when you think about. We study the universe and theoretically we understand. You know on some scale, how the universe works, and then all of a sudden you're like Oh wait we actually do not understand like over ninety five percent of our universe what the large majority of our universe is made up of this mysterious thing called I kid you not. Dark Energy. In get this it's how we know that our universe is expanding. I learned about dark energy honestly like three weeks ago and it blew my mind dark energy is intrinsic to the fabric of Space Time that is somehow pushing galaxies apart. This is Sarafina Nancy's Day job. I am a PhD student at UC, Berkeley, studying, Supernova, and cosmology Supernova meaning an exploding star that can help us understand how our universe is changing. You know no big deal. It's a really phenomenal thing in sort of the scale of the universe to see something change, and that's this class of astronomy called transients where things change in the night sky and you can learn about them through their changes. So today we explore one of the universe's biggest mysteries dark energy from the days of Einstein Stein to the exploding stars that help us understand the very fabric of our universe. So Okay Serafina, to really understand dark energy, we have to go back to to Einstein right. Yes. So Einstein came up with this theory of general relativity, which is basically his version of gravity in the early nineteen hundreds and. The only way to make his equations work. And satisfy what he thought was a static universe. He introduced this. Fudge factor in his words called cosmological constant. So Einstein actually thought that the universe was static, not not that it was expanding. That's right and over the next ten years people. Sort of manipulated these equations and tried to find solutions and started hinting at perhaps the universe wasn't static. Well it's nice to see that Einstein could get things wrong. That's cool. So. The funny thing is this cosmological constant he called his biggest blunder. Honestly Nice to hear Einstein. Say I messed up you know what I? Can. act. The Fun fact is that he ended up actually being right So it turns out that that cosmological constant is exactly what we think dark energy is necessary to actually describe our universe. I feel like that's classic. Einstein him being wrong being more right than I've ever been in my entire life exactly. Yes. Okay. So After. Einstein introduces this idea that that the universe is static. We figure out actually that the universe is expanding, right? Yes. So in one, thousand, nine, hundred, twenty, nine, Hubble Edwin Hubble. Showed that the universe is not static it's actually expanding. what he did is he measured basically galaxies and how far away they are, and he found that galaxies are actually moving away from us. So that means that the universe is not static. It's in fact expanding in at this point, we think that the universe is expanding but that that expansion is slowing down, is that correct? Exactly. So we think that the expansion comes from the Big Bang and it comes from inflation, which was right after the Big Bang which this rapid expansion of space. But because there's gravity universe and there's mass universe we would think that gravity starts to take over and the expansion decelerating because gravity starts to pull things back at and then in in the late nineties, we get turned on her head again, right there's another big discovery and we're like Oh way way way. Maybe she's not slowing down. That's right. So in one, thousand, nine, hundred, Ninety, eight, and in one thousand, nine, hundred, nine, two teams that were studying a specific type, of Supernova, and they found that these supernova that were super far away from us were fainter than what we would have expected if the universe was in fact expanding but decelerating expansion. And the only way to explain away dot faintness is if the universe was instead accelerating its expansion. Wild we went from the university static. Okay. It's not static it's expanding, but it's slowing down that expansion. Two Way Way Way not only is it expanding, but it's expanding faster than we thought it was and it's speeding up in. In in the explanation for that is dark energy you killed it. That's right. Nailed it. Okay. So so yes, we have finally gotten to the point where I can ask you Sarafina what is dark energy? So. I think the only answer to that question is we don't know Oh, come on Sarafina you all the way here. You told me I'm showing story and we don't know I know it's it's really uncomfortable to sit with. We can see dark energy through its effects on the expansion of the universe, but we don't actually know what it is. Wow. I. Don't even know I. don't even know what to say about that. That's so. Because it's it's wild. We don't know what dark energy is, but we know it exists. Yes. In was what are you doing over there astronomers were. Four to five percent no. So that I mean that's that's wild in the amount of dark energy is staying the same right. So. That's that's an interesting question. So I liked to kind of describe dark energy and the expansion of the universe in The way that I think about it is sort of picture a loaf of bread and picture a bunch of reasons and the bread. And the reasons are like our universes galaxies and the bread itself is like Space Time Okay and so as you bake the bread, the bread rises and the raisins get farther and farther apart they're sort of carried along the fabric of space time, which means that the distance between. Galaxies increases with time. Okay, I'm with you I'm with you and the introduction of dark energy is like imagine you have the special type of yeast that you can put into a bread and the breads starts to rise with the East and then all of a sudden it starts to rise all lot and it gets bigger and bigger and bigger over time, and that's dark energy.

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11-Year-Old Boys Grazed in Separate Shootings During Another Violent Philadelphia Weekend

KYW 24 Hour News

01:01 min | Last month

11-Year-Old Boys Grazed in Separate Shootings During Another Violent Philadelphia Weekend

"A violent weekend in Philadelphia continued tonight. Police say a 25 year old man was shot and killed outside a home in East Mount Airy. The results of a triple shooting and grace Ferry, an 11 year old boy as well as a man and woman were injured. And an 11 year old boy was shot last night, too, So it was a pregnant woman in a separate incident as we hear from cable W's Justin Judo. A pregnant woman is one of six people who was shot at a cookout at the Claiborne and Louis playground in the Matula section of West Philadelphia, according to police, who say the melon female victims range from 17 2 59 years old. They were taken to multiple hospitals. All of them are in stable condition. There is no word on an arrest or a motive. Police saying an unrelated incident, an 11 year old boy in the only section of the city was grazed in his head and shoulders. Walking down a street shortly before it's in PM They say he was taken to Einstein Medical Center and then to ST Christopher's Hospital for Children and is in stable condition. No arrests have been made. Police data shows three Children have been shot per week in Philadelphia since the start of the year. Just a nude. Okay? Y w

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Two 11-Year-Old Boys Grazed By Bullets In Violent Weekend In Philadelphia

KYW 24 Hour News

00:59 sec | Last month

Two 11-Year-Old Boys Grazed By Bullets In Violent Weekend In Philadelphia

"A A violent violent weekend weekend in in Philadelphia Philadelphia continued continued tonight. tonight. Police say a 25 year old man was shot and killed outside a home in East Mount Airy. The results of a triple shooting and grace Ferry, an 11 year old boy as well as a man and woman were injured. And an 11 year old boy was shot last night, too, So it was a pregnant woman in a separate incident as we hear from cable W's Justin Judo. A pregnant woman is one of six people who was shot at a cookout at the Claiborne and Louis playground in the Matula section of West Philadelphia, according to police, who say the melon female victims range from 17 2 59 years old. They were taken to multiple hospitals. All of them are in stable condition. There is no word on an arrest or a motive. Police saying an unrelated incident, an 11 year old boy in the only section of the city was grazed in his head and shoulders. Walking down a street shortly before it's in PM They say he was taken to Einstein Medical Center and then to ST Christopher's Hospital for Children and is in stable condition. No arrests have been made. Police data shows three Children have been shot per week in Philadelphia since the start of the year.

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Pregnant woman among 15 shot in Philadelphia over weekend

KYW 24 Hour News

00:45 sec | Last month

Pregnant woman among 15 shot in Philadelphia over weekend

"A pregnant woman and her 11 year old and an 11 year old boy were shot in separate unrelated incidents in Philadelphia on Saturday night. Hey, but abuse Justin Trudeau has this story again Another violent weekend here in the city. A pregnant woman is one of six people who was shot at a cookout at the Claiborne and Louis playground in the Mantua section of West Philadelphia, according to police, who say the melon female victims range from 17 2 59 years old. They were taken to multiple hospitals. All of them are in stable condition. There is no word on an arrest or motive. Police saying an unrelated incident, an 11 year old boy in the only section of the city was grazed in his head and shoulder while walking down a street shortly before it's in PM They say he was taken to Einstein Medical Center and then ST Christopher's Hospital for Children and is in stable condition. No arrests have been made. Police data shows three Children have been shot per week in Philadelphia since the start of the

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Pregnant woman, 11-year-old boy shot in separate Philadelphia incidents

KYW 24 Hour News

00:47 sec | Last month

Pregnant woman, 11-year-old boy shot in separate Philadelphia incidents

"A pregnant woman and an 11 year old boy were shot in unrelated incidents in Philadelphia Saturday night, according to police, who are investigating Those cases came with W's. Justin knew no reports. A pregnant woman is one of six people who was shot at a cookout at the Claiborne and Louis playground in the Matula section of West Philadelphia, according to police, who say the melon female victims range from 17 2 59 years old. They were taken to multiple hospitals. All of them were in stable condition. There is no word on an arrest or a motive. Police saying an unrelated incident, an 11 year old boy in the only section of the city was grazed in his head and shoulder while walking down a street shortly before it's npm. They say he was taken to Einstein Medical Center and dentist. Stuffers Hospital for Children and is in stable condition. No arrests have been made. Police data shows three Children have been shot per week in Philadelphia since the start of the

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Interview With Stephen Lamonby

Jonny Gould's Jewish State

05:11 min | Last month

Interview With Stephen Lamonby

"As an engineer Steven Lamb designed navy torpedoes satellite carrying Rookus oil rigs special effects for Hollywood blockbusters films like saving. Private Ryan. Ryan's just to name. Finding him. So even though homes that earns me the right to get back to my wife and. That's my mission. To. Remove your helmet and tell me Your name. Name is gladiator. I will have my venues. Generous with his time he proved that so many times when he was working at solar giving up his time for free. After the lectures were over. With students who needed that extra tuition, he joined university as a part time lecturer in special effects and mechanical engineering. And he really does turn dry boring lectures because I've definitely sat through some lectures which are quite boring into exciting practical demonstrations. And is it true that you constructed a fake Russian tank and it was used on the streets of Saint Petersburg James Bond movie. Goldeneye? Yes, we did. Yeah. We did that. How did that come about? Because the Russians didn't WanNA. Wheel tank driving over the cobblestones. Smashing cobblestones up around the Mojica Palace. So we built a tank like a kid's toy which rubber tracks and underneath had wheels. So we'll take but not break anything and how did you get into the James Bond movie. To supply. Thanks. Okay, the power of tanks they you got the PUTT supplied. All, the military vehicles for Saving Private Ryan. Was Elvis choice for the James Bond Films. Thank you a sexist misogynist dinosaur relative to. James. WAISTBAND. Like boys with toys. I wouldn't single. Chatting, sophisticated secret agent shaken but not to stir, we're actually by the river. In Winchester as the people won't buy on a sunny August stay. And a lot of people didn't about you. Thank you very much for joining us software pleasure because of that private lunch last year. So perhaps you could set the record straight firstly in what context did you say the words Jewish people are among? The cleverest in the world. It came up in conversation. About Physics I've always an interest since I was a boy in astrophysics. because. I couldn't believe that one hundred years ago almost. Albert Einstein we're talking about such abstract subjects as light being affected by gravity. And he works out the speed of light, which was a phenomenal thing to do in the nineteen twenties. How did this man come to realizations about what actually control the will then what does control the world? And the whole universe that we live in? So. My interest was based on this philosophy. On physics. And when the lady Mico sleater told me that she was a qualified physicist and she was American. It was almost involuntary question for me to Oscar. She was Jewish and again, this was a private lunch at a private lynch over Cup of coffee. Now, it was also reported to say that you said that black men on the privileged needle help that they can get. Yes. I did say that. Because I've worked all over the world of work in Africa I worked in South Africa Mozambique worked in North Africa. And I realized that a lot of people in Africa are culturally disadvantaged. Cheaper to anybody else. But. The coach or they grow up in doesn't give them the advantages that we have in the West. And therefore, I was always prepared to give them extra help. In addition to this, it was reported in the Times by Phillips that you told Dr Burner. Most Nigerians did not have it in their DNA to be engineers. Is this true? Absolutely not true. This was one of the spiteful comments made by my course. Lita. In a fifth of of temper to get me set knowing. It would certainly get me ten. She also alleged other city things. Like that I was a totalitarian. Does, one become a totalitarian over coffee break. Did you say anything about DNA and African students I said nothing about ten not not an area of expertise of mine. I know nothing about it I only know that gets us by the police. In various reports, you read in the papers on I know nothing about DNA.

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Who was Einsteins first wife

Science Friction

05:13 min | 2 months ago

Who was Einsteins first wife

"Tashin. Mitchell here this week with a controversy that just will not be put to bed. What do you think Russia language of science? Form Language asked me are the narrowly and a fan figura. Can you guess who this is? How is it that fantastic difficult language if international think of wild wiry hair and dark penetrating is he's arguably one of the greatest original thinkers of all time and certainly in science in strive for. An outdoors. And clarity of. concepts. got. Their. Mutuel. Relation. Anti correspondent who sensory date it's L. Dan Stein yes. predicted the behavior of black holes and their immense gravitational pull through his general theory of relativity, which visualized gravity is warping of the fabric of the universe or space time around objects. But have you heard of a woman called Malaysia Malaysia Marriage Johnston to babies sauce she was his first wife and a promising scientist in the making in her own right when they met and fell in love. Now, there's been a vocal malivert fan club in recent years. It says she was fundamental to Albert's early scientific success, even a key collaborator on his theories and that her legacy was hidden. Will a brand new investigation strongly contests this climb and over the next two episodes I'm going to drilling into that evidence to let you decide buckle up. It matters just to know the truth I and Stein is portrayed as the great hero of Science and N Stein is seen as a god and you don't touch demand. For some people is just like attacking the the Cohen that the Bible, you don't touch those things. We try not to make up stories. And this story appears to be largely the hopeful story people hoped it was true they it was true but it doesn't seem to be true. She. Helped in a great. Measure. That Einstein became what he became. I. Have Serious doubts that he would have got where he is. If he did not have her supporters, he needed someone to discuss them. He needed someone to calculate them. Compare them. So she left us a genius that's her gift to the world. It's important that the truth be told when stories are based on very unreliable evidence. When you start to examine the sources, the stories just aren't hold out. And stories that matter. Mathematical abilities rivaled on stands that she co-authored on Stan's early research that they worked late into the not together blazing a trial for quantum physics. Malivert and our wits relationship really on the came to be understood at all in the nineteen eighty s when early letters between them were found in a family bank faulting California very little other material evidence remained then and physicist Dr. Pauline. Gang Gagnon believes they could a reason for that. Two people were really adamant that this story would not come out about manage. These were Helen Ducasse the personal secretary of Albert Einstein and these are two. Nedam. Both of them became, but they were the executors of his estate and these people were adamant that this story will not come. Polling is a particle physicist now retired in Germany she spent much of her career investigating dark matter at the European Laboratory, a of particle physics soon, and at Indiana University she's taken up. Malaya's 'cause and explains that even elbow full story was with health for a long time. The first biographies came out more than twenty years after the death of Albert Einstein the reason was that do not end for example, not allow anything in writing unless he would be righted himself. The everything that was in the possession of Albert Einstein was cleaned up it has to do with the fact that auto. Natan after the death of militia marriage. In. One, thousand, nine, hundred, forty, eight, or two thousand came to Zurich to her apartment. To search the apartment and probably took everything that he could fine of scientific merit. So these people made every effort to clean up what was there and to erase any trace of market right?

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Where did they go

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

04:23 min | 2 months ago

Where did they go

"Welcome to kiss myths and mysteries. I'm your host kid chrome by popular demand I'm revisiting the issue of vanishing 's. Where did they go the roanoke colonists Amelia. EARHART would a Percy Fawcett vanishing in search for the city of Z. can anything truly vanished in this world, the great vanishing people and things Amelia. EARHART disappeared over the Pacific. There's no doubt that she crash landed or ditched her plane. And of course the question remains why she captured by the Japanese did she and and. Her navigator starved to death on a remote island, but she didn't vanish in the true sense of the word, the question simply what happened to her. In contrast, we have the vanishing of flight nineteen, a group of maybe bombers disappeared during postwar training mission. Now they vanished. No oil slicks no wreckage. The five planes it made up the nineteen. None were ever recovered no trace. A search team dispatched to look for them disappeared, but there was an oil slick in wreckage in. In an explosion was noted the five TM's vanished. The rescue team disappeared by ask a question again. Can anything actually vanished from this world? Let's look again. The Franklin expedition that set sail in eighteen, forty, five with two ships in search of the northwest passage. Now there's an incident that disappeared in the Arctic and were considered lost for two hundred years, perhaps vanished, but the two ships, nearly forty crew, simply vanishing was considered a big mystery, almost as big as Amelia earhart recently. Recently, both ships were discovered as well as many of the graves of the crew yet in the eighteen eighties. We have a bride and groom riding in a wagon. The ten miles from bake of Oregon across follow simply vanish. Their progress has been monitored, and when they didn't arrive at the ranch across hollow where they were to wed a month long search was put on an and not a trace was found not of the horses, the wagon or the bride and groom. That I. my point is that people and things do vanish, but do they vanish from this world. The question is addressed by Professor Vincent Pool he stays did Albert Einstein that there are multiple dimensions, but professor pool believes that there are not only many dimensions, but I in there every evolution they are similar to Earth and they are connected to our dimension by what he calls umbilical connections, and that an individual can easily pass through one of these umbilical connections and seemingly vanish. He also spouses a theory that the reason that we have no contact with you. Outside of our atmospheres of flying saucers or flying unidentified flying objects come from another dimension Professor Pool Sites Fifteenth, century issue between Spanish conquistadors and a priest in ancient village of Crisco, where a priest racing ahead of the Spanish invasion took a gold disc from a church, and ran into the Higher Markelle mountains for upon he met to Shaman who took the disc impressed into rock face that opened the door to another dimension. Sounds like a nice story, right? Yet. There is a place in the higher mountains were stone face has been etched, and a small seemingly pressed into stone at the center of that small door. There is a indentation that circular. That is the same size as the disc taken by the priest when he fled the Spanish. Pool claims this represents the. Into another dimension, so do people and things vanish before you scoff at the idea. Take a trip to Peru. The high remark mountains and try to explain the small door the disc indentation. They're gonNA. Decide and if you can't make the trip, we'll google it up. It's an interesting part of the issue of can things vanish

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Train Your Brain To Find Opportunities During A Crisis

The Model Health Show

04:54 min | 2 months ago

Train Your Brain To Find Opportunities During A Crisis

"Welcome to the Mater Hell, show this fitness nutrition expert, Shawn Stevenson and I'm so grateful to you today. We've got a very popular episode nine up today with him. Talking about how we can make the most of the situation that we find our society and right now you know with twenty twenty. It seems like twenty twenty came along and through our lives into a blender, but today we're GonNa talk about how we can make it into a delicious smoothie. You know what I mean and right now here in the state of California that just moved to. We haven't even been here full year yet. Society is re shut down there and just shut it down, opened it little bit open the crack and they shut it back down and right now for the upcoming semester children are you back to school we've got millions of people who are unemployed. Countless businesses are closed and this is a very trying time and I truly want everybody to understand that we have not seen the fallout. Fallout yet. The true fallout and I WANNA help to make sure that as many people as possible are in a position to overcome this, because our mental health is going to be stressed, our financial health physical health are relationships, but we can come out better Albert Einstein said that in the middle of every difficulty lies opportunity, and we have to shift our mindset to that, though because when things are going bad, we're faced with. especially uncertainty, we tend to go to the dark side. Are This is how? An CONSI- Walker you know went down the wrong path it was it was presented with You know those those trying times and trying opportunities you know so shout out to Darth vader shadow to space balls IRA out. They get credit. one of the greatest movie parodies of all time all right instead of Chewbacca, the wookey. They had BARF play by John. Candy. Alright a big shot to them. But again in the middle of every difficulty lies opportunity. We have to shift our mindset there and this has been a trying time for many. But I believe that we are strong I believe that we are capable and I believe that this is a time in history that is offering a great reset. It's offering an opportunity for humanity elevate. It makes me think of you know the original Nintendo the original Nintendo. The game console itself had two buttons. One was a power button in one was a reset button. First of all, why don't if I want to reset? Push the power button often. Turn it back on again. They're like no. You're going to need this reset button. The reset says. I'm playing the game. Maybe I made a mistake maybe i. was exposed to clinch. May. Be I WANNA do something different, but the reset says I'm going to keep playing. is going to tap this real. Quick I'm GONNA keep playing. And I think their life right now is a big reset button that is getting pushed whether we like it or not, and so we need to embrace it because it's happening, you know fighting against what is is what leads to allow to suffering. But the thing is we don't have to. We don't have to be content about it. We need to accept it realize what's happening. Realize what is and then put in place an intelligent. Plan of action which starts from the inside. Truly, all changes in inside game and really getting our mindset right and taking control of our own personal. Economy inside of our minds are personal health and wellness inside of our minds, so we can take that and spread that out to our family and our communities so very excited about this episode in as I mentioned. This is my first full summer here in California I grew up the Mid West S. T.. L.! Right in here in California is, it's amazing. The consistency in the weather, but something that I've noticed is very different from the Midwest Summers. Is that here in California you got the heat he might be to say is nine hundred ninety five outside. And If, there's a piece of shea going. Get into the shade in this cooler cycle is nice shadier. In Saint, Louis, it doesn't work that way. Would you say if it's ninety ninety five and Saint Louis? And you see a little piece of shade going. Get some of their shade, but. He's like what do you think you're going? We have this little extended arm, cold humidity, and it'll grab your by your collar. I make your holiday dollar humidity. It doesn't feel good. You know so. It's like I've got a true experience now of going into the shade and me like Oh. This is nice, nice shade. But Saint Louis doesn't work that way shot to all my friends and family in Saint Louis, everybody listening in Saint Louis I love you guys so much.

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How to become a malware analyst

Cyber Work

05:44 min | 2 months ago

How to become a malware analyst

"You started out in kind of this this you know sort of loose umbrella organization the security. Checkpoints and stuff? But obviously it was a big jump between what you were doing there and moving up to a CTO and infrastructure manager, and so forth says you started configuring networks for small businesses so like. What were some of the major sort of stepping stones where you went from? This area of knowledge, and then you've got you know this this much higher in this tire. What were some of the sort of transformative things in your career that got you to where you are now where you're starting on companies, and so forth yet so when I said twenty, three, twenty, four, twenty, five, remember the age now and one of the big challenges in the olden days I should was Maui mostly through email arms. It was a constant challenge seems we would buy foul would say that I would change it with. Would by Boris you stop with the answer virus, but. Announcing to be constantly constant challenge to the businesses How could we start now at Einstein, which was the best dog. Back then as well coming into the network and we kept buying Butson kept going on today to see asking for more money. And why? Why did you spend this much money in the digital and so? From that? I decided that I wanted to follow in the logical me was. I don't think there should be a business issue. Technology issue on if I was running a technology company. I have ends do whatever I wanted, and then the baton. We could change your bowl so I saw saw company. Hold at sleep. At which wasn't enough security today and the idea was was to. Move Email security teams. Kyle. which everyone looked to me like headset. Quarantine is selling. It's good to get quarantined in the cloud. That was the mentality that unto make it a Subscriber Solution I. I thought that company. As a see, I became Iras, we took investment. And We grew fast not completely I in Dot com date to the to the embezzles on not later became a think fuse mail, which is now by viper that still going somewhere. That's GONNA. Fifteen Years Eissa. Nice legacy! From that when I Got Very involved in some government stuff some some logic at the right I saw A. It was the time was inspired by security advisement. Advise up a full, many large companies and. I helped trying secure environments in addition a lot of recovery ransomware Congress opponent came after the next is. A lot of breach recovery's reach detection I'm cigarette. And one of the things, we always still route throughout my twenty s I guess ninety now getting more than twenty nine thousand eight is. It's a waste Maur so it's whether it's somebody opening an email attachment whether it's. Pushing out like wannacry into seventeen or glass. To Wasting Maui, that's the pain point, everybody. Okay. Well, let's let's jump right into. That did so. Our topic today, specifically ransomware, but malware in general, so we've. We've spoken about ransomware on on past episodes. We had a great episode of a while back. We might release it with a Christian beak of McAfee who else talked about the no more ransom organization, but certainly as you say Malcolm. Malware ransomware aren't going away anytime soon, and they're always sort of. Staying one step ahead of Cybersecurity, expert experts, and you know sort of counter, a malware methods, and so forth I've always. We're always putting new sort of Maur of the week up on our on our interest resources site, and all sorts of crazy things, things young gap jumping and all these new technologies that that. you know added to things so What is the state of ransomware at the moment? Do you think it's gone down? Stayed Up, stayed the same in the age of Covid nineteen people. You know being decentralized locations and working from home and things like that is that make people more or less susceptibility thinker it so I know. Unfortunately it's gone up till nine extreme level at Bobi the highest job we seem. In the last three years. It's happened in the last three months. Okay, I. That stems from various various things one is we've now. The premature is now gone where. Nitty gone, fall, but the people who are outside liver attendance, being more technical savvy sales guys us, not pulsing used to get with technology and the threats. Now we've taken coal centers outside of the rental. We've native. People who pay lowest salaries outside of the purposes of they've lost. A little bit permits security. We've seen massive amounts of increase in things coming through, but more money things executed. The other huge contributing bachelors. Nobody knows what the moments anymore nobody knows. Is it normal to get an email from my CIO estimates? You're Oakland Sunday because. Normally. They're Managing was sitting across the evangelist our when people are home, in Saudi the most tech savvy people get these emails. ACID mortal enables macaroni. Viljoen down his file. Oh, you need to die. Leagues get access to this site on making a diving. It's not actually diabate Moran. We'll sing Momo. People get tricked into doing things that they. Traditionally do.

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Mass Media, Markets, and Human Malware

The Portal

06:58 min | 2 months ago

Mass Media, Markets, and Human Malware

"Hair Eric? My name is even I'm calling from the Boston area. Could you help resolve the media, markets and human malware mobius band? We're told that the media and social media influence our opinions, but at the same time we are told that in this day and age the media is thirsty for our clicks so in effect we tell the media what we want, and they give it to us well, which is, are we the masters, or are they? The same goes for markets. Markets are great. Great at identifying needs and pricing them, but markets also convince us that we need some really bad things as an example, universities want to import cheap labor to do research. This is done to maximize research dollar spent, and this is perfectly rational yet. You have argued that this is a problem, even though the market is doing exactly what it was designed to do. My intuition tells me that human malware seems to be the culprit here, but what exactly is going on I'll leave that for you dancer. Aviv you raise a very important topic. This has come up a bunch of different places. George Soros for example has a famous principle of reflexively which he believes that he can convey to almost no economists. Effectively it is the concept that not only do minds move markets, but markets move minds. That is, if you think you know what's on, and you start to see that the market isn't behaving in any way. That seems to reflect your preconceived ideas. You may change your mind for example. You thought that the world was falling apart thousand. The stock market starts. Capping upwards very confusing to most people, so there's a way in which you have a two way interaction that you would expect. Social media is both dictating our tastes, and it is trying to figure out our tastes so that it can profit from it. At least the people who run the companies that social media is dominated by now What do we do in a situation which tastes formation is not understood for example in economic theory given that all of this market mediated. We have a very long-standing tradition. The tastes are to be treated as given which I think goes back to Marshall. probably the early part of the twentieth century. So, we're not allowed to ask. Why do you prefer to why and what would cause you to change your tastes? In fact wants tastes are given. They tend to be fixed in economic theory. Precisely because the? Economists didn't know enough math to be able to track tastes change. In fact, this is the basis of my research with PM Alani into gauge theoretic. By adding more mathematics, we were able to show that you could continue to compare people's tastes between two different points in time if the tastes the same. We have a big problem because tastes, formation has in fact, eluded any kind of analytic effort within the economics profession, and we are in a market mediated situation. I think we have to take this two way. Relationship very seriously now. John Archibald, wiler once famously tried to take the mathematics of Einstein's theory of general relativity. and. He said Here's how you'd express it. You say that space tells matter how to move. Matter tells space had a curve. While in some sense, this is exactly what is occurring in the two way. Process that you're talking about. That's actually mediated through a single equation rather than two separate equations, so you have a very interesting situation. Are there equations are? Is there new mathematics our new form of analysis that can actually deal with an interacting non linear system in which we are both being influenced by media, and we are influencing media in return, and now when you have a really complicated feedback loop like that. Can you say anything about whether or not? The market will tend towards a positive or a negative social outcome that is is the market going to officially get us to a better place, or is it going to fishing? Get us to a place that we don't WanNa. Be at all. These are the sorts of questions that have been traditionally punted by the academics, and so I think you may not even understand just how profound a question! You've asked We've been at this for a very long time, and it's stunning to us the way in which the economics profession pretends to be. in curious about this. There's a paper by two particular authors both of whom have received the. Prize, that is frequently referred to as the Nobel Prize in economics. Elbow technically is not. and. These authors are Gary Becker and George Stigler and they wrote a paper called Biggest biggest business dispute Tottenham and they argued that tastes should be treated as the same for all men and do not vary over time comparing them to the rocky mountains. The reason that paper so bizarre is that the field is terrified of your question. What happens when you ask that question is that the field may in fact collapse, and it required to people at the very highest levels. Of The economics profession to effectively put a tourniquet on the bleeding that you can expect to stem from asking that question because they didn't have the mathematics or the sophistication to be able to handle it, and furthermore it may very well lead to a check on the power of economists that question does not have a positive answer, maybe markets in fact, lead US right up to the gates of hell so with the economics profession did. Did was that they put in a very artificial claim, which is that you don't need to worry about that? Because tastes cannot, in fact, be altered, this is positively academic nonsense of the worst kind. You'll find this paper in the late nineteen seventies and I have it on excellent authority from a member of economics, profession affiliated with the Chicago Department in which both of these gentlemen worked that. In fact, they did not see. Economics as a free field so much as as a bulwark against. Soviet style communism given when they were writing. Now, if that's true, it means that we came up with an artificial position in order to make the claim that capitalism was superior to communism. Communism was defeated, but modern economists don't necessarily even know that some of these claims were inflated specifically as a political bulwark rather than it's an intellectual contribution. So vast one hell of a question I. Don't know whether you find that. That was one hell of an answer, but Maybe, we should do more on this topic you've raised in the. For having such a an incisive look at the situation.

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16-Year-Old Girl Suffers Severe Injuries After Illegal Explosive Device Goes Off Inside Philadelphia Home, Police Say

KYW 24 Hour News

00:44 sec | 2 months ago

16-Year-Old Girl Suffers Severe Injuries After Illegal Explosive Device Goes Off Inside Philadelphia Home, Police Say

"Say a 16 year old girl was seriously hurt when an illegal explosive device went off inside a German town home Wednesday night. It happened Just before he 30 on the second floor of the home along Blakemore Street near Wister Street, NBC 10 says the team lost most of her right foot in the blast. There's police Inspector Scott small, some sort of powerful explosive device. It's not commercial fireworks. It is illegal to possess something that is that powerful. There were two other teens in the home of the time they are being questioned. Victim was taken to Einstein Medical Center in stable condition. The investigation is underway.

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"einstein" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

StarTalk Radio

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"einstein" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

"Stars are brighter in the future and yet reflect the sunlight now you guys are talking about signing closeness to let us if you to arouse man has telling ya its work admits work so so janet you're a professor of physics at a bernard and columbia two and so thanks for coming in for this said that to be here to help us sort of i know a little bit about einstein's but it's a subset of what you know about einstein and that's why we got you're on the show really wanted to give my einstein quipped there that the adjective his einstein tell me what he's said about himself when i was a student i was new einstein i don't know i it's to clear the legend here and now gugelmin crude oil and see if it's a verifiable quote to rid a couple of books and which listed here does not include zet book but i'm going to mention it anyway how the universe got spots and very nice very very rigid kip larionov you yes yes definitely reference to handle effort at his spot yes definitely and also most recently black hole mm love batteries is it better than in others songs of outer space i cobham fanta the blue and tell tell him what was that book about just broadly said the burke really follows the recent announcement of the gravitational wave detection from the collision of two black holes but it precedes the detection said the story is really about the climbing mount everest aspect of embarking on a very longterm scientific experiments that may or may not succeed and so it's called black hub lose because ray who won the nobel prize in 2017 on with kempthorne in um very bearish said to me literally the month before the detection fifty years into this endeavor if we don't detect black holes he said this whole thing's a failure.

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Timesuck with Dan Cummins

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"einstein" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"Faye dunaway number one in ninety five einstein blew the roof off the scientific communities current understanding of space and time and the relationship between energy and mass all while working at the patent office where he was steven his ideas he also believed the timesuck mantra of work can wait so be like einstein does stress you heard about your day job unless you work for me than please don't do that until you have the stuff i'd like it but they go ahead a number two in 1914 einstein essentially ban and his wife and two kids ever given his wife a truly disgusting list of marital demands and then shortly after his divorce he married is force first cousin the even geniuses when they're men do appear to be nearly and capable of not be led astray by their dick's at some point number three einstein's famed eagles empty squared equation open the scientific door to the creation of nuclear weapons and nuclear energy the world's most famous equation may also someday be the one that ultimately destroys us number four as a student who was no einstein pass it on and there were five new info sixty eight percent of the population has an iq between 85 at 115 the average range between seventy and one thirty that represents 95 percent of the population and iq of one twenty considered superior above one thirty considered intellectually gifted above one 45 consider genius right in the highest iq ever recorded it's actually according to guinness book of world records that honour goes to maryland boss savant with an iq of two 28 einstein spoke had won sixty two so very very smart thing about how smart maryland might be she's she's alive parade magazine interviewed her about the score way back in the 80s and they ended up getting so many letters sent into heard that they hired her ninth steady six gave her the ask maryland con column that thing that still and parade magazine today that little thing shows up in print like the sunday paper asked maryland man.

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"einstein" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"einstein" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"Every time i do the edited in next action uh it to the internet i was reminded how important education is on also has a section devoted to kim trails of course he does i sell three books has paper aisle the nation link the books are cutting through volumes one two and three twenty nine fifty each or 85 54 all three gender ninety bucks for three paperweights full of gibberish y'all suppose times weekly video sermons uh he basically like a lesser known even crazier scottish alex jones and his main focus points are the coming new world order kemp trails climate change is fake and it fema is creating prison cities to starve various members the population only think david i the illusion of the lizard lunardi guys quack i love a man it's like a fucking hip hop beef except for is it's conspiracy net squaring off instead of rappers but he does have a chance he does have fans fans like users sam denali who under the debunking einstein video post it is a fact that einstein was an idiot he was such an underachiever at school that he was told to leave the school his relative find him a job at the swiss patent office swiss patent office in prince sees with a placed at the scientists registered and padded their discoveries you can understand the scale of the fraud as a student he was no einstein pass it on and user jogger six six of the fan sane einstein was selected for his ju background whenever so some seventy says unlike that you know that they're just a fucking idiot like instead of jewish they just say ju like they're always just a raises idiot einstein was leg for his jew background all right i can discount anything you have a sacred ford now so he will never be doubted it's all the same with guys like him darwin et cetera an allen spoke about these persons to don't believe people invent stuff some exceptions like tessa the technology or knowledge is given to them nice example bill gates what after that come i know three things for sure about user jogger six six one he likes alan watt to racist three idiot what the hell.

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"einstein" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"einstein" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"His cluster that was usefully located near the solar edge at that time so all although the warped space time deflect the starlet by a miniscule amount invisible to the naked eye the observations from brazil and principe were analyzed by eddington and the general relativity predictions agreed with the observation the war ping of space time by the son's mass with real nunes in our space had been superseded by new exciting theory and then the new york times published a news on november seven 1918 an einstein was now celebrity i i just love picking all these scientists heading out to brazil of this title african island of roughly six thousand people just over fifty square miles in size were the biggest towns only twelve are people you know says are they had great accommodations all of this just to understand space a little better it's amazing nineteen twenty one einstein visits to the us lectures at princeton university on the theory of relativity nineteen 22 he's award the nobel prize in physics froze work nineteen twenty one between nineteen 23 nineteen 25 einstein tours lectures all over the world from the far east to south america he continued with the scientific studies working on quantum mechanics and unified field theory you know nerd shit between 1930 nineteen three make several visits the united states adolf hitler had been appointed chancellor of germany nineteen three an hour albert and elsa and our kids leave germany evergreater united states in september settle selin princeton he assumes the post at the institute for advanced study in april nineteen 33 einstein had noticed that the new german government had passed loss barring a jewish people from holding any official positions it's something you dose of your old one of those including teaching universities a month later at einstein's works are burned other targeted by german student union kids in a nazi bookburnings now nazi propaganda minister joseph goebbels proclaiming jews intellectualism is dead one german magazine included him on site in a list of enemies of the german regime with the phrase not yet hanged they put a five thousand dollar bounty on his head how dumb did the racial hatred nazis make them money.

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"einstein" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"einstein" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"You mean so much more to me than the world before and her mom added a note could they be any fucking curator is it even possible well he was just cute and smart excuse brave he's made a principle he disdained all forms of nationalism so much so that he again i mentioned earlier he asked his father to help him drop his german citizenship you know hated the nationalism antisemitism he saw rise in over there subtle way back before 9000 because he was a genius the release came through in january eighteen ninety six chi six for the first time usda he was stateless einstein ended his year at the araba ruehe school in a manner that would have seemed impressive for anyone except one of history's greatest geniuses he scored the second highest grade in class first didn't the first place student lost a history tam man had that have been me oh outta made sure everyone knew that i beat einstein am i wrong baby m i fine i guess you're right what do i know it's not like i was a better student then einstein or anything i'd be that guy on a one two six scale sixteen the highest score to five or six and all of the signs of mass courses as well as history and italian is lowest grade was a three and french know think out he chose not to focus energy french to force the world needs great mathematicians a little more there needs you know more people who are bilingual that qualified him to take a series of exams written and oral that would permit him if he passed to enter desert polytechnic and on his german exam he did perfunctory outline of a goethe play and scored a five in math he made a cares is mistake call a number imaginary when he meant irrational but still got a topgrade man einstein do what the hell man gone yegor you guys irrational measure numbers straightened out ign that's one thing i'm really good at is a rational and of i have no idea with us me in physics he arrived late left early completely to our tests an hour and fifty minutes he got the top grade altogether ended up with five point five the best great among the nine students taken the exams topgrade to enter the zurich polytechnic the top as a student he was no einstein pass it on uh in the summer.

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"einstein" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"einstein" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"That summer a16 he wrote his first essay on theoretical physics which he titled on the investigation of the state of the ether and mack in in a magnetic field his goal was to enroll the following fall desert polytechnic but he was concerned that he was younger than the age requirement i should be at least two years older he would say a to help him get around this age requirement a family friend wrote the director of polytechnic asked asking for an exception einstein was then granted permission to take the entrance exam he board the train for zurich in october eighteen 95 with a sense of wellfounded diffidence diffidence is word i had to look up because i'm not on site it means modesty or shyness resulted from a lack of selfconfidence not surprisingly einstein easily pass a section of the examined math and science pretty failed to pass a general section which included sections on literature french swallow g botany and politics the polytechnic's head physics professor heinrich weeber suggested that hindes dine stay in zurich an audit his classes instead einstein decided on the advice of the colleges director to spend a year preparing at the cancel school in the village of arar arouse gives me twenty five miles to the west einstein loves arao i should look that up transation up a r a u that's a great uh gravel word that's remind get my mind goes around whatever four vowels one constant writes that foul that one away scramblers file that went away word with friends irs if you can use city names which i think you can and i dunno people by talking about people's are treated individually switch recalled more emphasis was placed on independent thought that on punditry and young people saw the teacher not as a figure of authority but alongside the student a man of distinct personality maybe this is the source of his bad student if it is ridiculous failing and entered entrance exam and only part of it to get you into a school you are two years too young to even be applied to get into not a failure not quite is just not quite doing something you know just shy of miraculous as a student he was no einstein pass it on our wily student there we go in a row ruehe larussa forget what i said earlier i knew i wrote the.

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"einstein" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"einstein" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"Moving in a sentence that because of its relation to what einstein would later famously conclude seems to have made an impression bursting declared since each kind of light proves to be exactly the same speed the law of the speed of light can be well called the most general of all of nature's loss and again this is what he's rap and his brain around when he's ten i can i can't quite rabbi prayer how that uh now talbott was also held einstein continue to explore the wonders of mathematics by give him a textbook on geometry two years later uh uh jumps are two years before he was scheduled to learn this subject in school later einstein referred to as the sacred little geometry book speak of it with all here with assertions as for example the intersection of the three altitudes of a triangle at one point which though by no means evident could nevertheless be prove with such certainty that any doubt appeared to be out of the question that's lucidity uncertainty maiden indescribable impression upon me i mean if it listen the guys will kabir years later in a lecturer at oxford einstein noted if euclid failed at two kindle your youthful enthusiasm than you were not born to be a scientific thinker a fucking take it easy einstein maybe i just had a you know probably euclid maybe that's maybe i was born you don't know me you'll know me einstein a man damai riggins idaho backwards education would also introduce einstein to philosophy ironic i recommended conte him he later recalled at the time he was still a child only thirteen years old yet khan's works incomprehensible to ordinary mortals seem to be clear to him a pretty impressive considering as a student he was no weinstein pass it on a mission resorted to pass on people you know i make mistakes however i am a comic without of journalism or history decree and i've done most he's episodes by myself my spare time pass it on.

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"einstein" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"einstein" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"February 11th more tour dates at either dan commons dot tv or timesuck podcast dot com take it links or at least venue links in the episode description for all the shows i mentioned in a few others i didn't today and you can get that best on the apple the times a gap samorn ounce was the idea the show right now let's get into timesuck sixty seven the last suck of two thousand seventeen einstein trap on those boop soldier were marching down at times time timelines look at eleven thirty a m on friday march 14th eighteen seventy nine albert switchblade einstein is born in the baltimore dumpster a burning baltimore dumpster he crawled out and raised himself starts langen that rock the age of four had his own crew by the aged nine wasn't afraid cut a fool down had slid three throats by the age twelve he pioneered used cars and driveby shootings first men poll trigger and a dry by now here in something you can't understand how i could just kill a man that albert einstein notes not sorry shen liver listen to rage rages machine cyber silk cover while doing this research at eleven thirty a m friday march fourteen dating seventy nine albert einstein born in the city of ulm born in germany to herman einstein herman looks like hermann spouse herman i believe they just threw an extra end in there because germans like to funky up little bit from time to time and and appalling koch and his dad was 32 his mom was twenty one because with eighteen seventy nine wasn't scandalous there are married when dad was twenty nine mom was eighteen which apparently used to be normal now if a guy planning his thirty th birthday party also planning a wedding to a.

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"einstein" Discussed on Historical Figures

Historical Figures

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"einstein" Discussed on Historical Figures

"Albert einstein was an eccentric man yet he may have been one of the smartest men to walk the earth am stein was regarded for his childlike wonder his wit and extreme dedication and concentration when it came to his work the expanded the works of newton and introduce dustin new possibilities regarding space and time in fact it's thanks to him ideas such as fasterthanlight travel atomic powered vehicles even timetravel came to be all from his complex daydreams even to this day his work is still recognised his face has become the most used image to represent scientists countless awards and things named after him including the albert einstein peace award the albert einstein metal the albert einstein award albert einstein high school the einstein unit of measurement the list doesn't end albert's work has continued to serve as inspiration to scientists hoping to unlock the keys to the universe and beyond said albert einstein we say thank you for your hard work and your enduring legacy you are truly one of our greatest historical figures thank you for joining us for another episode of historical figures if you want to listen to any previous episodes of historical figures you can find them on apple podcast tune in google play soundcloud stitcher and spotify or on our website par cast dot com spelled b a r c a s t dot com a new episode drops every wednesday but if you subscribe you don't have to remember that if you like what you hear please leave a five star review or tell us what you think on social media were on facebook and instagram as at par cast and twitter park cast network it seems simple but it really helps our show.

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"einstein" Discussed on Historical Figures

Historical Figures

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"einstein" Discussed on Historical Figures

"On august six 1945 the first to weaponized atomic bomb was dropped on hiroshima japan the results were devastating einstein was horrified to see his work converted into such machinations einstein had to do something along with so lord and robert oppenheimer the director of the manhattan project einstein founded the emergency committee of atomic scientists in nineteen forty seven the group advocated the kurt tailing of nuclear weapons in serious control over all nuclear technology uh that was nine stein did postwar he became a leading advocate an antiwar sentiments and a key figure in the one world government movement he wrote a spousing the newlyformed un to maintain nuclear weapons as a deterrent einstein didn't stop there in his public activism he staunchly opposed racism calling it a disease and even became a member of the nwa cp finally though einstein retired from teaching in 1945 but continued to improve his universal theory and quiet isolation at princeton he published his paper on universal theory and 1950 though much of it was incomplete one of his great regrets though he continued to work up until one fateful night in april nineteen fifty five mm while preparing for a televised speech einstein suffered an abdominal aortic aneurysm causing severe internal bleeding he was rushed to the hospital while being prepped for surgery einstein stopped the doctors when asked why einstein said i have lived long enough i am content with my life uh the next day on april eighteen th nineteen 55 albert einstein died he was seventy six his death rocked the world of science yet he had given the world so much in fact even after his death einstein was still getting credit for his work he was nominated sixty two times for a nobel prize and won it to more times for his work in relativity in 1993 and 1995 forty years after his death his theories in revelations continue to change the course of history as we know it he has revolutionized how we look at the universe in will forever be known as the grandfather of modern science.

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"einstein" Discussed on Historical Figures

Historical Figures

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"einstein" Discussed on Historical Figures

"I am stein was heartbroken once again retreating into his work to deal with his grief i am stein would never remarry after losing elsa finishing out the 1930s einstein began to work on his unifying field theory this would pull all of his work into one massive unified thesis he also began contributing to quantum physics and relativistic cosmology it all that would pale in comparison to what was about to be realised in 1930 eight four scientists otto hahn fritz men lease meitner and otto frisch split the uranium adam using einstein's work this proved that adams contain huge amounts of energy within them the physics community was in an uproar but this also gave rise to a new threat weaponized atomic energy with reveal of nuclear power einstein's contemporary leo cihlarz pleaded to have einstein help him right to president fdr the goal was to convince him to start work on a new type of weapon that employed this destructive power they feared the germans were already working on one themselves and it was only a matter of time before they completed it einstein agreed and immediately wrote the president and early nineteen thirty nine by october of 1930 nine fdr road einstein saying work on such a device was being considered by a newlyformed uranium committee pretty soon the manhattan project was underway with several einstein's contemporaries working on what would become the atom bomb yet einstein himself wouldn't take part directly due to his socialist leanings back in germany the fbi feared he could be a liability down the road still einstein raised funds for the military and worked on navy based weapon systems yet einstein would still carry the guilt of what would come next.

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"einstein" Discussed on Historical Figures

Historical Figures

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"einstein" Discussed on Historical Figures

"As tensions rose among the populace oneparty rose above the rest the nazi party the nazi party soon took over germany and condemned minorities as the root of germany's problem one particular targeted the nazis were jewish german citizens it didn't matter how high up the totem pole you were if you were jewish you were part of the problem this radical thought of persecution quickly infected the masses albert spoke out against this but it seemed his pleas fell on deaf ears soon the nazis began to target einstein they hired one hundred scientists to try and discredit einstein calling his work jewish physics while the nazis failed at ridiculing einstein violence continued to escalate in germany the nazis rated his weekend home looking for weapons to further condemned the jewish scientists and confiscated most of his belongings including his boat and then in april of nineteen thirty three jewish people were barred from working in state or office positions even some universities einstein could no longer find work elsa pleaded for them to flee but einstein sought to stay to top it off he had made a list of enemies of the state he was labelled as quote not yet hanged and there was a five thousand dollar bounty on his head finally einstein realized it was time to get out so in october of nineteen thirty three einstein took up position at princeton university in america never to return to germany while einstein didn't enjoy teaching he found his role at princeton most acceptable he even enjoyed it at times einstein loved america's meritocracy and notions of free speech it was also during this time that albert changed his views of pacifism to one of selfdefense in the face of tyranny and oppression he published several books on his philosophy and notions of peace including why war in 1930 three and my philosophy in 19th 34 sadly following the publication of my philosophy also grew ill and died of heart and kidney failure and nineteen 35.

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"einstein" Discussed on Historical Figures

Historical Figures

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"einstein" Discussed on Historical Figures

"I stein couldn't have been more elated though he was surprised when he found out that he was getting his prize on photo electric theory not his work on relativity why am i work with light quanta was successful i find it pales in comparison to that of my theory of relativity it was a bittersweet moment but in nineteen 21 albert einstein was named the winner of the nobel prize though he wouldn't actually received the award until nineteen 22 due to his continued worldwide lecture to her even then he chose to talk about his theory of relativity at his acceptance speech rather than the photo electric theory but in all seriousness the photo electric theory was important because of it einstein was able to prove one of his theories of general relativity it explained how light consists of packets of energies that respond to certain frequencies this idea has been applied to telecommunications photo diodes and solar panels from the 1920s into the 1930s einstein enjoyed an era of scientific prosperity and fame he received numerous honorary doctorates and memberships and medicine science philosophy you name it he continued to tour the world is a scientific celebrity becoming friends with such popular figures as sigmund freud charlie chaplin and rabindranath tagore but all good things must come to an end as the 1930s ruled up the world became a much scarier place for einstein first einstein's son edward suffered a severe nervous breakdown and was placed in an institution for schizophrenia the rest of his life but while his son went through health struggles germany was going through a different type of struggle enrage from the treaty of versailles and taking the blame for most of world war one germany went through a revolution of fascism and radical militarism.

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"einstein" Discussed on Historical Figures

Historical Figures

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"einstein" Discussed on Historical Figures

"The first was called on the sheer ristic viewpoint concerning the production and transformation of light this paper focused on the photo electric theory the photo electric theory deals with how light beams interact with metal as light hit certain metals it causes them to give off electrically charged particles called electrons this theory was important as it showed that photons in the light beam knocked electrons out of medals and explain the glow around material when it gets heated like iron this theory further explored how waves involved tiny particles of light known as quanta and also supported the notion of atoms einstein's paper presented all of this with mathematical formulas that could be easily tested from march of 19 of five to june of that same year einstein work tirelessly on it following that paper he worked on the movement of small particles suspended in stationary liquids required by the molecular this theory further explored the ideas of atoms and molecules while at the same time presenting calculations that could calculate the size of atoms einstein's last two papers however were the bombshells both figuratively and literally fell flirted nitrile in his papers on electrodynamics of moving bodies and does under show of a body depend upon its energy content einstein laid out the groundwork for his special theory of relativity and general relativity these papers answered einstein's question what would happen if you ran alongside a light beam pierre einstein used his trademark thought experiment einstein would visualize the problem than in his head right out various equations.

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"einstein" Discussed on Historical Figures

Historical Figures

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"einstein" Discussed on Historical Figures

"All albert had to do was be patient iin stein was thrilled to celebrate he in malaysia set out on vacation to lake como for a romantic getaway he wrote to her saying bring my little blue dressinggown so we can wrap ourselves up in it i promise you an outing the likes of which you've never seen this would lead to einstein 's darkest secret miliver in einstein's trip was magical but it brought with it an unexpected surprise malifa was pregnant which was quite a scandal for the time in order to preserve her lover's integrity mileva fled to novi sad to have the baby in january 1901 mileva gave birth to lease or all einstein albert einstein wouldn't go see malaysia and lease or although opting to stay in baron working he hoped he'd find a better job soon and support his new child sometime time later miliver returned to ban to join einstein it is unclear whatever happened to lisa real think mileva gave the child to her friend helen sovic others say the child died of scarlet fever one popular theory is that lisa role survived her scarlet fever but was blinded she was then raised by a different family and lived well into the 1990s under the name zorka though this has never been confirmed einstein never got a chance to see her a tragic afterwards mileva went into a bit of depression finally albert received some good news on june twelve nineteen oh to the patent job and barron came through albert was finally employed the job actually turned out to be better than 9 could have hoped it was relatively easy afforded him lots of time to work on his own theories any earned more money working there than he would've as a junior professor in hindsight working as a patent clerk was probably the best thing that could have happened einstein the work was easy with einstein finishing most of his duties in the morning and getting the afternoon to work on his theories for once it look like things were going albert's way.

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"einstein" Discussed on Historical Figures

Historical Figures

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"einstein" Discussed on Historical Figures

"Why pestered with that which had no hold on the grand design the school's director heinrich webber was still impressed by albert's tenacity and genius and sciences he offered to have einstein stay at zurich an audit his glasses einstein turned him down though deciding to travel twenty five miles west to the cantonale orb small territory school of art howe so from eighty ninety five to eighteen ninety six albert attended the swiss school of our show with the purpose of retaking zurich polytechnics entrance exam one year later ato actually proved to be one of albert's favorite times in his life unlike the gymnasium outta didn't rely on mechanical learning instead the school based its method on the ideas of swiss reformer johan pest alojzy pest alojzy encourage students to visualize images and work hands on with experimentation and conceptual thinking wrote drills memorisation and forcefed facts were avoided it was here einstein developed his trademark thought experimentation style of science while this meant that einstein rather than doing physical experimentation provided all his thoughts in theories on paper through theoretical situations a trait that had used for the majority of his career when developing his theories it was also hear that einstein first imagined running alongside a beam of light and whether it would retain its shape if a person could run after a lightwave with the same speed is light with the wave arrangement be completely independent of time this idea would mark albert as one of the greatest scientific geniuses of all time but first albert had to get through school it was also at this time that albert started to come into his own as a young man he was described as having wavy dark hair expressive eyes and a high forehead with a jaunty demeanor girls are quoted as saying he had masculine good looks of the type that played havoc at the turn of the century a lady killer who would have thought while it out out albert lived with one of addo's schoolmasters joost to win tiller joost admired the boys moxie and took the boy in while he studied einstein was beloved by the family especially by went to lose daughter marie.

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"einstein" Discussed on Historical Figures

Historical Figures

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"einstein" Discussed on Historical Figures

"Jacob would design and build everything well herman handle the daytoday business such as acquiring contracts it's easy to see how young albert was influenced by electricity it was essentially his family's whole life indeed it was while herman and jacob worked pauline had the family second child on november 18th 18 eighty one little marie einstein nicknamed maya yes the einstein's were growing family but none grew quite as fast as little albert no doubt solving quantum theories and writing intrinsic postulate actually that wasn't the case einstein enjoyed puzzles and spent a lot of time building things with his toys but he wasn't an outright genius at least not on the surface he was a quiet boy and preferred solitude for quiet contemplation and albert also suffered from fears temper tantrums the sister marie actually described them somewhat comically saying quote my brothers knows were turn white while the rest of his face would turn yellow heat stamp is feet taro himself to the floor and wale about even through chair at a tudor once in a minute fit they never returned yeesh who knew let's not all albert also had a minor speech impediment he often had to practice saying what he wanted under his breath before speaking sometimes saying sentences to himself three or four times before speaking out loud this earned him the nickname of dead the pair or the dopey one this might have been a mild form of echo lilia where someone involuntarily repeat something this can sometimes be associated with autism though it's unclear if albert had it it's interesting to note at autism has been known to be associated with high accusing hum all this impediment means though was that einstein was human just like the rest of us besides einstein later accredited his minor impediment to learning how to observe it was in the formative years i gained that most empirical skill.

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