I Want To Know The Discoveries Of Albert Einstein?


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Mark Mottian Profile
Mark Mottian answered
General Relativity

Puzzled by the planet Mercury (puzzled because of Mercury’s perihelion – when closest to the sun. Every century, Mercury’s perihelion advanced slightly. A change the Newton’s equations that couldn’t account for)
Despite the ability of Newton’s Laws of gravity that precisely predict the motion of the planets, the laws failed when it came to correctly predicting mercury’s orbit.

Newton said that gravity travels instantaneously throughout space. Einstein said that space is curved and this is what makes object move. Curved space was responsible for shifting Mercury’s orbit.
Imagine a trampoline net and you place a bowling ball in the middle. The bowling ball sinks into the trampoline net. Now take a marble and see what happens, it orbits the bowling bowl and slowly moves closer to the ball. Newton would say, form looking from top, there is a force pulling the marble to the bowling ball whereas Einstein says that the trampoline is pushing the ball to the trampoline net.r
Another analogy is sitting on a chair. Newton says that gravity is pulling you down but Einstein says that space is pushing you down.
Approaching Solar eclipse put Einstein’s theory to the test. Photographs were taken of the stars before the eclipse and then afterwards. These pictures were compared to the pictures taken during the eclipse. The photos show that the positions of the stars in the eclipse photo shifted slightly inwards, bending as the light from the stars passed the sun’s gravitational field. This proved that Einstein’s theory was correct.
Glen Thornbury Profile
Glen Thornbury answered
The Most Important I feel was "Bose-Einstein Condensate" and it's appearance in this Quantum World of "Absolute Zero" even though he had never been there!
It was later proved he was 100% correct, and the "Quantum World" EVERYTHING is totally different than ours in every way!
thanked the writer.
Glen Thornbury
Glen Thornbury commented
EMC2 does have a flaw for the Scientific World has proved that the Particle Quark travels at close to 4 times the speed of light! So 186,000 miles a second is NOT the ultimate speed at all!
John Profile
John answered
Here is a page on albert einstein. It shows form when he was young to his later years. Inventors.about.comgi/dynamic/offsite.htm?site=http://www.aip.org/history/einstein/
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
I was told  by my teacher that the brain of Albert Einstein  was cooked and ate by other scientist,was is true,apart from that,I want to know more about the man because he must have been a genius before his brain was cooked and ate.His he a very responsible man,his he nice and handsome.Please answer me,I need it
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
I don't know all of them but probably the most famous equation that he made was E=Mc2

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