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READ & DOWNLOAD ¸ Einstein His Life and Universe Ì ❮EPUB❯ ❃ Einstein His Life and Universe ✾ Author Walter Isaacson – Insolpro.co.uk كيف كان عقله يعمل؟ ما الذي جعله عبقريًّا؟ توضح لنا السيرة التي كتبها إيزاكسون كيف انبثق خيا? في ميلاد العصر الحديثعن المؤلفوالتر إيزاكسون هو الرئيس التنفيذي لمعهد أسبن، وقد تولى في السابق منصب رئيس شبكة سي إن إن ومدير تحرير مجلة تايم Time ألّف إيزاكسون كتاب Benjamin Franklin An American Life بنجامين فرانكلين قصة حياة أمريكية وكتاب Kissinger A Biography سيرة حياة هنري كيسينجر، وشارك في تأليف كتاب The Wise Men Six Friends and the World they Made الحكماء ستة أصدقاء والعالم الذي صنعوه يعيش والتر إيزاكسون في العاصمة واشنطن مع زوجته وابنت?. A while back I had tried to read Walter Isaacson's biography on Benjamin Franklin but just couldn't get through it because the author mired everything down in pointless details Despite that I decided to give his recent book about famed theoretical physicist Albert Einstein a try If it turned out to be boring I'd just drop it Turned out I loved itWhat I loved about Isaacon's book here is the way it delicately balances three aspects the life of Einstein from a strictly biographical angle the examination of his scientific works like special and general relativity and the discussion of how Einstein impacted and viewed the scientific zeitgeist of the early 20th century particularly within the field of physics I could see how someone setting out to write this book might want to focus on just one or two of these facets but that would really be missing a huge opportunity Each member of this trio of topics interacts with each other and Isaacson finds ways to discuss two or of them within the same passage We get interesting little tidbits about Einstein's personal life and character but we see how those things impacted the way he pursued his scientific work and thinking and how that body of work turn defined or later ran counter to the entire field of physics Seeing how all these pieces intersected and linked was fascinatingIt's all pretty well written too We get neat little anecdotes about Einstein like how contrary to popular belief he never failed math or how he married his cousin had four citizenships or how SPOILER ALERT the coroner who performed his autopsy stole his fricking brain and kept it in a jar for years while periodically giving out pieces of it to friends I'll admit that when Isaacson would go off on a lecture about special or general relativity my eyes would glaze over while trying to follow his discussion of say four sided triangles in non Euclidean space or whatever but at least some of the time it was written at a level I could follow at least conceptually Enough to understand the impact it had on the field at least until Einstein's own theories were supplanted by uantum theory If I have any criticism of the book it's that while Isaacson does an admirable job of placing Einstein's achievements within the context of scientific discoveries at that time what he fails to do is give us much perspective on how much if anything the modern science of today owes to Einstein and his theories What did Einstein get wrong and what parts of his theories have been crowded out by the inevitable march of scientific progress Dunno Didn't sayAll in all though I found the book fascinating and would recommend it I think I may go back and give the Ben Franklin book another shot

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ة في مجال التدريس أو الحصول على الدكتوراه أن يدرك سر إبداع الخالق في كونه، ويكشف الألغاز التي لم ير فيها الآخرون شيئًا من الغموض، وأدى به ذلك إلى اعتناق فلسفة أخلاقية وسياسة تقوم على احترام العقول الحرة، والأرواح الحرة، His Life and PDF #10003 والأفراد الأحراروهذه السمات أساسية في هذا القرن الذي تسوده العولمة والذي يعتمد نجاحنا فيه على قدرتنا الإبداعية كما كانت في أوائل القرن الماضي عندما ساعد أينشتاي?. In 1935 a rabbi in Princeton showed him a clipping of the Ripley’s column with the headline “Greatest Living Mathematician Failed in Mathematics” Einstein laughed “I never failed in mathematics” he replied correctly “Before I was fifteen I had mastered differential and integral calculus”In fact he was a wonderful student at least intellectually In primary school he was at the top of his class “Yesterday Albert got his grades” his mother reported to an aunt when he was 7 “Once again he was ranked first” At the gymnasium he disliked the mechanical learning of languages such as Latin and Greek a problem exacerbated by what he later said was his “bad memory for words and texts” But even in these courses Einstein consistently got top grades Years later when Einstein celebrated his fiftieth birthday and there were stories about how poorly the great genius had fared at the gymnasium the school’s current principal made a point of publishing a letter revealing how good his grades actually were I don’t believe you need to understand the science to enjoy the book It would probably add to your enjoyment I always fell like the floor is starting to ripple with the space time continuum when I go over these theories And appreciated the biochemist Chaim Weizmann uote Asked upon their arrival whether he understood the theory Weizmann gave a delightful reply “During the crossing Einstein explained his theory to me every day and by the time we arrived I was fully convinced that he really understands it” As well as the one from a Princeton student who attended a lecture during Einstein’s 1921 US tour ”I sat in the balcony but he talked right over my head anyway”

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Einstein His Life and Universeكيف كان عقله يعمل؟ ما الذي جعله Life and PDF #10003 عبقريًّا؟ توضح لنا السيرة التي كتبها إيزاكسون كيف انبثق خيال أينشتاين العلمي من طبيعته المتمردة، وتشهد قصته الرائعة على الارتباط بين الإبداع والحريةيستقي الكتاب مادته من مراسلات أينشتاين الشخصية التي ظهرت حديثًا، ويبحث كيف استطاع موظف في مكتب براءات الاختراع يتمتع بملكة الخيال Einstein His MOBI #10003 وأب مكافح في أسرة تحيط بها المصاعب لا يستطيع الحصول على وظيف. I decided to read this book primarily because of my fiance's interest in Einstein's life and theories I thought it might help me to actually have a somewhat intelligent reply on the rare occasion he starts talking physics don't tell him I said so but he is much smarter than I am I felt a bit daunted by the length of it at first 700 pages or 22 hours on 18 CDs but the book is engrossing from the start The periodic and uite detailed descriptions of Einstein's theories and research were a bit okay maybe way over my head at times but that didn't in any way damper my enjoyment of the book When I did understand the physics I found it all rather fascinating I especially enjoyed learning the details of Einstein's life relationships struggles and philosophies In fact much to my surprise there were times I had trouble putting this book down Isaacson creates a vivid and engaging portrait of who Einstein was as a whole both the brilliant and the uirky and gives us a wonderful glimpse into how this man's amazing mind led to some of the most incredible scientific discoveries in history Very well written and meticulously researched