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Albert Einstein

.... Feeling that he could no longer deal with the German mentality, Einstein moved to .... his curiosity, and it was here that his studies turned mainly to Physics. ....

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Diagnostic Medicine X-Rays, Hi

.... Wilhelm, a German professor of physics was performing independent experiments with vacuum tubes and cathode rays, when he happened to notice an object across ....

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digital signal processing

.... of space: length, width, and depth is one of the foundations of modern physics. .... He was born in Russia and attended and then taught at German universities. ....

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Albert Einstein

.... in theoretical physics. I wrote these by myself. I sent one of these publications to the University of Zurich. By 1909, I was recognized throughout German- ....

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Ernest Rutherford: Life of

.... Rutherford stayed at Canterbury for a further year to study Physics in more .... wireless) waves, shortly after they were discovered by the German Heinrich Hertz ....

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party propaganda

.... praised the need for military use and conquest of the pure German race. .... Physics and chemistry labs in school dealt solely with preparations for air-raid ....

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Manhattan Project

.... Einstein found out the nuclear fission information from a German physicist named .... Oppenheimer went to Cambridge University to get a degree in Subatomic Physics. ....

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Albert Einstein2

.... Albert did, however, have a few important supporters, such as the German physicist Max Planck. While he became better know in the physics community, Einstein ....

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Alberty Einstein

.... In 1905, Einstein contributed three separate papers to Annalen der Physik (Annals of Physics), a German scientific periodical. Each ....

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Thinking Outside The Box

.... with other leading German scientists. However, he returned to Germany in 1946 when he was appointed director of the Max Planck institute for physics and ....

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Einstein

.... Mileva, after the divorce, supported herself by tutoring in mathematics and physics. .... refugees Leo Szilard and Eugene Wigner learned that German scientists had ....

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Einstain

.... born. June 30th, Einstein, submits his paper, "On the Electrodynamics of Moving Bodies" to the leading German physics journal. At ....

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Albert Einstein

.... Feeling that he could no longer deal with the German mentality, Einstein moved to .... his curiosity, and It was here that his studies turned mainly to Physics. ....

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Manhattan Project

.... found out the information of nuclear fission from a German physicist named Leo .... Oppenheimer went to Cambridge University to get a degree in Subatomic Physics. ....

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Manhattan Conspiracy

.... Einstein found out the nuclear fission information from a German physicist named .... Oppenheimer went to Cambridge University to get a degree in Subatomic Physics. ....

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Manhattan Conspiracy1

.... Einstein found out the nuclear fission information from a German physicist named .... Oppenheimer went to Cambridge University to get a degree in Subatomic Physics. ....

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Our conceptualization of the solar system

.... who, with German astronomer Kepler, started the scientific revolution. His most valuable scientific contribution was his founding of physics on precise ....

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Atomic Bomb

.... This step was vital for the US in constructing this weapon. German scientists had begun research on nuclear physics around the same time as Americans. ....

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photography

.... enormous stores of energy within the atom has arisen from German scientists". .... Czechoslovakia and ordered every scientist in the field of physics, chemistry and ....

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manhatten project

.... too cocky and arrogant about the superiority of American and British knowledge of nuclear physics. Although they were aware of the German advancements, the ....

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hehehe

.... At this time Albert left his German citizenship. .... Aarau at the cantonal secondary school, where he had excellent teachers and first rate facilities in physics. ....

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Albert Einstein

.... in theoretical physics. I wrote these by myself. I sent one of these publications to the University of Zurich. By 1909, I was recognized throughout German- ....

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Albert Einstein

.... Feeling that he could no longer deal with the German mentality, Einstein moved to .... his curiosity, and It was here that his studies turned mainly to Physics. ....

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Einstein

.... of relativity stating no matter what it is pertaning to the laws of physics had to be .... Einstein moved back to Germany in 1914 but never became a German citizen. ....

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einstein

.... In 1909, he became a professor of theoretical physics at the University of Zurich. From 1911 to 1912, he taught at the German University in Prague. ....

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8 astronomers

.... to the Prussian Academy of Sciences in Berlin in 1913, and in 1914, he again became a German citizen when he accepted the position Professor of Physics at the ....

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German Weapon Develop. (WWII)

.... rockets was largely made possible because of the knowledge of the German scientists. .... group was Werner Heisenberg who had won the Nobel Prize for physics in 1933 ....

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Tycho Brahe

.... of Copenhagen and Leipzig, and then traveled through the German region, studying .... but it appears that he could not abandon Aristotelian physics, which is ....

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ALbert Einstein and his incredible mind

.... his work on physics in 1921. While all seemed well with the Einsteins, back in Germany, the pot was slowly beginning to simmer again. The German people, still ....

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Development f the Atomic Bomb

.... Under Hitler's control, Germany started building tanks, military airplanes, and bombs. At the time, German scientists led the world in nuclear physics. ....

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