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Life According to Einstein

Life According to Einstein

| June 10, 2014 | 0 Comments

There has been a lot of speculations regarding the worldview and philosophy of Albert Einstein. And the best source to clear up the speculations and to see how life looks in the eyes of the great scientists is, of course, his book titled The World As I See It.  In this book (that is available for […]

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The Most Iconic Science Photos of All Time

The Most Iconic Science Photos of All Time

| November 17, 2012 | 0 Comments

  So recently I been seeing more and more of these lists of “the most iconic”, “the greatest” or “the most powerful” photographs ever taken. In particular, “40 of the Most Powerful Photographs Ever Taken” list inspired me to do something similar with science pictures, only with less pictures and perhaps something a little bit […]

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A Peculiar Pair of Galaxies Discovered by the Hubble Space Telescope

A Peculiar Pair of Galaxies Discovered by the Hubble Space Telescope

| September 6, 2012 | 0 Comments

A peculiar pair of galaxies has been recently caught the attention of the astronomers working with the Hubble space telescope. The pair, called Arp. 116, is made of a giant elliptical galaxy named Messier 60 and a smaller spiral galaxy NCG 4647. Astronomers working with Hubble have been been trying to determine whether these two […]

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Last Einstein’s Blackboard and More

Last Einstein’s Blackboard and More

| June 25, 2012 | 0 Comments

Here’s a few interesting pictures of Einstein’s blackboards (click on the pictures for better quality):   An exhibit from the History of Science Museum: a chalkboard that Albert Einstein himself used to explain relativity.   Another blackboard with Einstein himself explaining special relativity   Last Einstein’s black board at Princeton Institute for Advanced Studies  

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