Einstein left behind the biggest legacy ever not only did he change scientists thoughts on physics forever but he answered many questions scientists had based around physics and energy. Einsteins legacy also includes him indirectly helping Robert Oppenheimer create the atomic bomb with his special theory of relativity that helped because in a way it says a large amount of energy can be released from a small amount of
He began to grow so intelligent that even the most talented and famous scientist could’ve been corrected by him. “Finally, on November 6, the president of the Royal Astronomical Society of England made a public announcement that the photographic plates had confirmed Einstein‘s prediction. The rays of light were bent as they passed close to the sun” (Ireland 42). This shows that Albert Einstein is intelligent because he had figured out a flaw in an incredible scientist’s law about science. This is important because it shows how he was intelligent enough to disregard that everyone thought something was right, and still be able to prove them wrong.
There have been many models constructed by scientists who have tried to figured out how an atom is made up and what exactly it is made up of but two of the best atomic models of the atom are Bohr’s atomic model and the Electron cloud model which were both made in the early 1900s . In 1913 the Danish physicist Niels Bohr had created Bohr’s atomic model showing the atom and how it was structured. Bohr’s atomic model was the first known model of an atom that incorporated the quantum theory and also was the predecessor for the wholly quantum- mechanical models that were constructed many years later. Before 1913 it was thought of that an atom had a nucleus with electrons orbiting around it in a circular motion, but this was not the case. It was
For my hero I chose Albert Einstein, the German physicist and scientist who made many essential contributions to the scientific world. Albert Einstein was born in 1979 in Ulm, Germany to a poor family, his family was secular Jewish which would make a big difference in his life in the 1940’s. Albert Einstein is considered the most influential physicist of the 20th century with his theory of relativity and major contributions to the development of atomic energy. Einstein ended up helping everyone around the world, thanks to his theory of relativity almost everyone in the world can have electricity in their homes and workplaces. Albert Einstein also helped in the making of the atomic bomb during WWII which would eventually end the war and save many lives, also destroying entire japanese cities.
Stuart Wire Hellard Pre-Ap Honors Chemistry 11/29/2015 Otto Hahn Otto Hahn was a German chemist that lived from 1879-1968. He discovered many important things including nuclear fission. He won the Nobel Peace Prize once and was nominated for the award several times. He is referred to as the Father of Nuclear Chemistry. Otto was born in Frankfurt Germany on March 8, 1879 and he died on July 28, 1968.
But in 21th century, China grew vertically, and the North Korea started to their nuclear test. Also, after President George W. Bush declared ‘War on Terror’, the Middle East countries, especially Iran became a magazine. So even though the whole world wants denuclearization but United States still needs nuclear weapons. North Korea is one of most dangerous country in the world. If South Korea have a nuclear weapon, it would be easy to deter North Korea.
Yale Institute of International Studies. The original paper/dissertation of Bernard Brodie, which was the first to really theorize and expand on the new reality of Nuclear Warfare. Again, because Nuclear Warfare was so absolutely altering to war, I believe a lot of these theories and thoughts can be studied and applied upon our new reality of UAS warfare and robotic systems changing and altering the field of war. I further believe and want to vet out and theorize that unmanned systems (US) warfare may actually be more altering to war than even Nuclear warfare. Austin, R. (2010).
Smith writes: "I have no great faith in political arithmetick, and I mean not to warrant the exactness of either of these computations." He is immensely impressed and influenced by the universal scope of Newton’s natural philosophy (magnified by the theory of gravity). Not only was Smith impressed with Newton’s idea of natural law, but also by the accuracy of his methodology unlike that of politik arithimetik. The Wealth of Nations (1776) is seen as his magnum opus of a compilation of physiocratic thinking in addition to Smith’s greatest ideas. But prior to this writing, he also authored History of Astronomy where he traced interest from the Greek’s contribution to Newton’s.
The 1950s and early 1960s saw U.S. President Dwight Eisenhower’s Atoms for Peace initiative, the creation of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), the development of IAEA safeguards, and the expansion of the peaceful use of nuclear energy. However, two more countries exploded nuclear devices by 1964, and concern heightened that the spread of nuclear technology for peaceful purposes could not be divorced from the proliferation of nuclear weapons. In March of 1963, U.S. President John F. Kennedy described a world where as many as 25 states possessed nuclear weapons as “the greatest possible danger and hazard.” By the early 1960s, efforts to achieve a legally binding agreement to prevent the further spread of nuclear weapons began to show results. In 1961, the United Nations General Assembly approved a Resolution sponsored by Ireland calling on all states to conclude an agreement that would ban the further acquisition and transfer of nuclear weapons. In 1965, the Geneva disarmament conference began consideration of a draft nuclear non-proliferation treaty.
When compared with the clock at the naval base, the times on the clock that had been on the planes were slower than the naval bases clock. This was the first documented proof of Einstein's theory of time dilation. The experiment is known today as the Hafele–Keating experiment. After this scientific experiment proved Einstein's theory of special relativity, it was widely accepted into the scientific community. The most common form of time dilation humans can experience is gravitational time dilation.