Albert Einstein Hubo - ***y Robots Videos GO TO www.***y-robots- and http for more life-like robots information, videos and photos. - Footage from the Hubo Labs featuring the Albert Hubo. Hanson Robotics 2005.
The Secrets of Einstein's Brain The Secrets of Einstein's Brain is a look into the mind of one of history's most intelligent figures. Video edited by David Garcia
Albert Einstein: How I See the World (Part 1 of 6) An excellent PBS documentary on Swiss genius Albert Einstein, most commonly known for his theory of relativity. Part 1 of 6
NASA | Beyond Einstein: Part I View "Beyond Einstein: Part II" at: Want more? Subscribe to NASA on iTunes! Albert Einstein's theories rank among humanity's greatest achievements. They sparked the scientific revolution of the 20th Century. In their attempts to understand how space, time and matter are connected, Einstein and his successors made three predictions... First, that space is expanding from a Big Bang. Second, that black holes exist -- these extremely dense places in the universe where space and time are tied into contorted knots and where time itself -- stops. And third, that there is some kind of energy pulling the universe apart. These three predictions seemed so far-fetched, that everyone, including Einstein himself, thought they were unlikely. Incredibly, all three have turned out to be true. This is where NASA's Beyond Einstein program begins. Using advanced space-based technology to explore these three questions, NASA and its partners begin the next revolution in our understanding of the universe. NASA's Beyond Einstein program is poised to complete Einstein's legacy -- and ultimately unravel the mysteries of the Universe. For more information visit: universe.nasa.gov
Tech N9ne - Einstein The best music ever made
Talking Parrot Einstein Talking Parrot. saw this parrot on the tv show. very beautiful and lovley.
Gravity - From Newton to Einstein - The Elegant Universe From the NOVA PBS series "THE ELEGANT UNIVERSE', host Brian Greene guides us through Newton's discovery of gravity to the explanation of it, through Einsteins Theory of Relativity. Brian Greene is a theoretical physicist and one of the best-known string theorists. Since 1996 he has been a professor at Columbia University. The Elegant Universe was adapted for a three hour program in three parts for television broadcast in late 2003 on the PBS series NOVA.
Einstein Albert Einstein talks about his struggles to live up to being a genius.
The Elegant Universe - Einstein's Relativity Einstein's General Theory of Relativity explained.
NASA | Einstein's Cosmic Speed Limit This version of the film is missing a shot. If you want to see the full version in all its glory, go to its listing in our film archive: svs.gsfc.nasa.gov To find out more visit: www.nasa.gov Want more? Subscribe to NASA on iTunes! Or get tweeted by NASA: In its first year of operations, NASA's Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope has mapped the entire sky with unprecedented resolution and sensitivity in gamma-rays, the highest-energy form of light. On May 10, 2009 a pair of gamma-ray photons reached Fermi only 900 milliseconds apart after traveling for 7 billion years. Fermis measurement gives us rare experimental evidence that space-time is smooth as Einstein predicted, and has shut the door on several approaches to gravity where space-time is foamy enough to interfere strongly with light. To read more about the science behind the story: Late light reveals what space is made of : A limit on the variation of the speed of light arising from quantum gravity effects:
Einstein: The Autism Connection Short film which looks at the evidence for Albert Einstein being on the autism spectrum. This possibility also highlights the strong positives that many people with autism can have. Too many films focus on the negative aspects, but there are positives too for most!
E=mc²: Einstein explains his famous formula Albert Einstein explaining the equivalence of energy and matter.
EINSTEIN ON THE BEACH, SEGMENT I This is the opening 10 minutes of, Einstein on the Beach, The Changing Face of Opera, a 1984 documentary on the Brooklyn Academy of Music's production with composer Philip Glass and Producer, Robert Wilson, Lucinda Childs Dance Company.
Einstein - The Smallest Horse In The World . EINSTEIN - The smallest Foal In The World. Born April 22, 2010 in Barnstead New Hampshire at Tiz A Miniature Horse Farm. Owned by Charles Cantrell and Rachel Wagner. Einstein weighs 6 Lbs and is 14 inches tall. Music in video called Raspberry Blues off the album Raven Project by Anna Schaad and David MacVittie. Visit them at .
Simultaneity - Albert Einstein and the Theory of Relativity Imagine two observers, one seated in the center of a speeding train car, and another standing on the platform as the train races by. As the center of the car passes the observer on the platform, he sees two bolts of lightning strike the car - one on the front, and one on the rear. The flashes of light from each strike reach him at the same time, so he concludes that the bolts were simultaneous, since he knows that the light from both strikes traveled the same distance at the same speed, the speed of light. He also predicts that his friend on the train will notice the front strike before the rear strike, because from her perspective on the platform the train is moving to meet the flash from the front, and moving away from the flash from the rear. But what does the passenger see? As her friend on the platform predicted, the passenger does notice the flash from the front before the flash from the rear. But her conclusion is very different. As Einstein showed, the speed of the flashes as measured in the reference frame of the train must also be the speed of light. So, because each light pulse travels the same distance from each end of the train to the passenger, and because both pulses must move at the same speed, he can only conclude one thing: if he sees the front strike first, it actually happened first. Whose interpretation is correct - the observer on the platform, who claims that the strikes happened simultaneously, or the observer on the train, who claims that the ...
Walter Isaacson - Einstein's God Complete video at: fora.tv Albert Einstein biographer Walter Isaacson discusses the famous scientist's views on God and religion. ----- Walter Isaacson speaks about his book, "Einstein: His Life and Universe." Walter Isaacson is the President and CEO of the Aspen Institute. He has been the Chairman and CEO of CNN and the Managing Editor of Time Magazine. He is the author of Benjamin Franklin: An American Life (2003) and of Kissinger: A Biography (1992) and is the coauthor of The Wise Men: Six Friends and the World They Made (1986). His biography of Albert Einstein - Einstein: His Life and Universe - was released in April 2007. Isaacson was born on May 20, 1952, in New Orleans. He is a graduate of Harvard College and of Pembroke College of Oxford University, where he was a Rhodes Scholar. He began his career at the Sunday Times of London and then the New Orleans Times-Picayune/States-Item. He joined Time Magazine in 1978 and served as a political correspondent, national editor and editor of new media before becoming the magazine's 14th managing editor in 1996. He became Chairman and CEO of CNN in 2001, and then president and CEO of the Aspen Institute in 2003. He was appointed after Hurricane Katrina to be the vice-chairman of the Louisiana Recovery Authority. He is on the Board of Directors of United Airlines, Tulane University, the National Constitution Center, and he is chairman of the board of Teach for America.
Albert Einstein - 1 (HD) Albert Einstein - 1 - History Channel - (HD) (High definition) / Albert Einstein - 1 - C*** Historia (HD) (Alta definición). This is the extraordinary story of Albert Einstein and his decades-long battle to prove his Theory of General Relativity amid the violence of war and his tumultuous personal life. In 1907, Einstein challenged two centuries of scientific belief and Sir Isaac Newton with a mind-boggling theory: Gravity is not pulling you down. Instead, massive bodies like the Sun and the Earth are bending space and time around you, pushing you down. He then had to prove his theory to unconvinced scientists. He figured that light from a distant star, as it passes right next to the sun and the suns gravitational field, will be bent. And the only way to see that would be to photograph a total solar eclipse. Fiercely competitive astronomers raced each other to exotic locations to see if Einstein was right... or wrong. Hardships, weather, and war foiled their expeditions until 1922 when the photographic proof was clearly, and without a doubt, captured. It launched Albert Einstein as a global icon celebrated around the world for his genius--and his humanity. This rich DVD from HISTORY™ moves beyond theories and the cult of personality to breathe new life into the man, not the myth. Also seen at:
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Einstein and Music A flash back of Einstein and his love for music and the intersection of physics and music in his life. Mozart and Bach were his favorite composers, so I chose two pieces he liked to go with this video; Mozart's Quartet in G major, K.156 - I. Presto, and Bach's Concerto in D Minor for Two Violins - Vivace.
Einstein's General Theory of Relativity | Lecture 1 Lecture 1 of Leonard Susskind's Modern Physics concentrating on General Relativity. Recorded September 22, 2008 at Stanford University. This Stanford Continuing Studies course is the fourth of a six-quarter sequence of classes exploring the essential theoretical foundations of modern physics. The topics covered in this course focus on classical mechanics. Leonard Susskind is the Felix Bloch Professor of Physics at Stanford University. Stanford Continuing Studies: continuingstudies.stanford.edu About Leonard Susskind: www.stanford.edu Stanford University Channel on YouTube:
Albert Einstein Quotes Quotes by Albert Einstein accompanied by Mozart.
Art With Salt - Albert Einstein Want to help?! igg.me Facebook: Twitter: Google+ gplus.to • REAL TIME - 40 min. • I REUSE THE SAME SALT ALL THE TIME • TOOLS: 1-2 FULL SHAKER OF ANY FINE SALT +PIECE OF SHARP PAPER + iPHONE4 + iMOVIE • PATIENCE Track "Pure Attitude" by Kevin Macleod
Einstein vs Stephen Hawking -Epic Rap Battles of History #7 Download this song: bit.ly Tweet this Vid-ee-oh: Hi. My name is Nice Peter, and this is an Epic Rap Battle of History. Your suggestions make these videos possible, so keep them coming. Special thanks to all the cast and crew: Directed by: Dave McCary Albert Einstein: MC Mr Napkins (aka Zach Sherwin) Carl Sagan: Lloyd Ahlquist Beat Produced by: DJ Naydee & Julian B Track title: The Funeral Director of Photography Jon Na Assistant Editor: Brandon Perna Special Effects and General Epicness: Blake O'Neal Behind the Scenes: Mike Schroeder Additional writing and research by: Dante Cimadamore, Phil Haney, Joe Felice Props and costumes: Mary Gutfleisch (yup, the same Mary) Produced by Nikki Fancy for Maker Studios. I hang out here: see you soon, -nice peter
Visualization of Einstein's special relativity This video demonstrates the effects of Einstein's special relativity on objects that move at high velocities. More particularly, it visualizes the Lorentz transformation. The video shows a 3-dimensional view containing 2 dimensions of space and one dimension of time. This view is used to demonstrate the difference between classical physics and Einstein's relativity, and why the latter was necessary to understand experimental results. Visit our sponsors:
Albert Einstein (01) Original footage ... thanks to the efforts of the whole community *) it was finally possible to "decipher" what Einstein is saying: "Now I will add a few words unprepared. [laughter] A country becomes really a soul only in consciously serving the intellectual life, and in the case of our Jewish people it was really this endeavour, which conserved the Jewish people as a whole. We would not be in existence today, as a community of people, without this continued, or discontinued ... ehh ... activity into learning and in thought and in literature." The occasion of this speech is still unknown, though. *) Thanks to rubyslippez, ElmaFudd2 and especially RuniToconillo.
* Einstein the famous talking African Grey Parrot! * This is parrot is so cool! He makes the best sound effects and talks up a storm! What an awesome parrot!
Time Travel: Einstein's big idea (Theory of Relativity) To watch the whole documentary in High Quality go to: Here is a little clip about how time travel can occur. The clip was taken from: The World's First Time Machine (Discovery Channel). Dr Ronald Mallett
philip glass einstein on the beach this is an excerp from philip glasss einstein on the beach with some pictures that ive added for effect
Einstein's Brain part 1 Story of Kenji Sugimoto, professor in Math and Science history at Kinki university in Japan on a pilgrimage to find Einstein's brain. Kenji Sugimoto is a professor in mathematics and science history at the Kinki university in Japan. He has spent thirty years documenting einstein's life and person. To complete his life's work, the professor travelled to America in search of the key to the mind of the great thinker.
Bose--Einstein Condensate Bose--Einstein condensate as it realtes to Buddhism.
Does God Exist ? Albert Einstein "A true story..."
Optical Illusions with an Einstein Mask - QI Series 9 Ep 1 - BBC Two More about this programme: Stephen Fry shows Jimmy Carr, Sandi Toksvig, Lee Mack and Alan Davis some optical illusions.
Speed painting Albert EINSTEIN by Martin Missfeldt finished speedpainting : www.martin- - Time lapse video of a speed painting in adobe photoshop. Took 4 hours of work. music: e la luna?
Einstein's Greatest Blunder Excerpt from "Mysteries of a Dark Universe." Albert Einstein sought to explain why the gravity of all the stars and gas out there didnt simply cause the universe to collapse into a heap. Following the discovery of the expanding universe, he admitted to the "greatest blunder" of his career.
Young Einstein From the land Down Under which brought us Crocodile Dundee and Mad Max comes Yahoo Serious, an off-beat, off-center and off-the-wall cult hero who is also the writer, producer, director and star of this unorthodox version of the early life of Albert Einstein. This Tasmanian-born, wild-haired office clerk doesn't rest at discovering the Theory of Relativity, he takes another giant leap in human thought when he invents the traditional theory of rock 'n roll by transforming his classical viola into an electric guitar. This film registered one of the biggest boxoffice opening weekends in Australian film history. The Hollywood Reporter says, "Serious sends his audience out on a wave of rock 'n roll fun." MPAA Rating: No Rating (c) 1988 Warner Bros. All Rights Reserved
Little Einstein's Theme The intro to the Little Einstein's show. :)
HEAVY IS EINSTEIN Don't let Heavy do math. EVER. Bad things happen. Yeah, I'm contributing to another fad, go cry somewhere else. This video was mostly a test for HWM faceposing, lip-syncing, and special effects in Sony Vegas. ("HWM" stands for "Hardware Morph", basically they're higher quality TF2 models with more face flex options.)
This is Einstein! Meet the Knoxville Zoo 's avian SUPERSTAR, Einstein. Come visit Einstein the African gray parrot at the Knoxville Zoo's Bird Show, Knoxville, TN USA.
Dark Energy, or Worse: Was Einstein Wrong? In this National Science Foundation program, Sean Carroll, a senior research associate at the California Institute of Technology, sheds light into the "dark side" of the universe that may actually be the key to unlocking the mystery that is the universe. The type of matter we're familiar with and encounter everyday - atoms and molecules - only makes up about 5 percent of the universe. The remaining 95 percent is believed to be dark matter and dark energy. Explore the history of dark energy and dark matter by following Einstein's path to uncovering the theory that sparked a change in the world of astrophysics and the controversies behind that theory.
Einstein on God Often misquoted, Einstein strove for clarity in regard to his personal beliefs. Some early photographs, thoughts written down by his own hand and the writings of his biographers comprise this well-referenced excerpt from the Christopher Hitchens book The Portable Atheist. I hope this will shed some light on this controversial topic. Read by Nicholas Ball. Another good one: "The word God is for me nothing more than the expression and product of human weaknesses, the Bible a collection of honorable, but still primitive legends which are nevertheless pretty childish." -Albert Einstein Keywords: Bible anthropomorphic god hebrew religion mystical mysticism faith truth reality childish delusion biography dr doctor albert einstein physics universe existence baruch spinoza philosophy philosopher agnisticism atheism atheist agnostic priest jesuit jewish german intellectual evolution darwinism creationism science energy time e=mc2