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    Albert Einstein said, “No object can travel faster than the speed of light.” However, will the temperature change the brightness of light? The researcher will perform the test three different times. Each test will take one glow stick from the freezer, one from the refrigerator, one in boiling water, and one from the counter and break the glow stick to make it glow. The researcher will then time the length of time it takes for the glow stick to turn off. At the conclusion of the experiment, the researcher will show what the optimal glow stick temperature will be for the longest amount of time a glow stick lights up (Light). In 1905, Albert Einstein proposed that light consists of quanta called photons also scientists measured photons in verified…

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    Albert Schweitzer when he was a kid he was devoted to music, education and religion. He went to Strasburg college. He got a degree in physiology. The next year he went back to college. Schweitzer then got a degree in medicine. Then he went to africa to save people. He gave many sick Africans food, water, and medicine. He earned a Nobel Peace Prize. That is how he brought light into darkness. -Bram Martin Luther King Jr was a great man. He really brought changes to our country by fighting…

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    HISTORY OF JACOBI MEDICAL CENTER Jacobi Medical Center, formerly known as Bronx Municipal Hospital Center was established in 1955 by the New York City department of hospitals. “The mission statement of the hospital has been to serve the Bronx community by providing high quality, cost effective healthcare, in a respectful way to all, regardless of ability to pay”. The hospital has a specialized care facilities and a teaching hospital located in the northeast part of Bronx. Jacobi Medical Center…

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    Albert Einstein's Photoelectric Effect

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    Einstein developed the theory that light travels at the same speed no matter the “frame of reference” which contradicted Galileo’s previously believed theory of relativity, giving the scientific community a different idea to ponder (Hayden 12). Albert discovered that the universe was constantly expanding, later proven by Edwin Hubble, which discredited the previous view that the universe was static or never changing, altering the scientific world’s past beliefs (Biography.com 14). One of…

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    In Abraham Pais’s article, “What Happened in Copenhagen?: A Physicist's View and the Playwright's Response,” Pais argues the historical accuracy of Michael Frayn’s 1998 play, Copenhagen. Frayn’s play depicts a meeting that took place in 1941 between prominent physicist Niels Bohr and Werner Heisenberg. The play takes place is the Nazi occupied Denmark, and sheds light on the political issues both men are facing. Following Pais’s dispute regarding small details of the play, Frayn then gives his…

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    Daniel Bernoulli Essay

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    Bernoulli, both of which went on to become mathematicians as well. As a young boy, Daniel Bernoulli was encouraged by his father to pursue an education in business. He refused at first because he wanted to become a mathematician, but later gave into his father’s wish. His father then asked him to study in medicine and Bernoulli agreed on only one term, that his father would teach him mathematics privately. At the age of thirteen, Daniel’s father sent him to the University of Basel to study…

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    A large portion of the book Alice in Quantumland tries to help Alice make sense of wave interference. The Classical Mechanic leads Alice to a place referred to as the gedanken room, meaning the thinking room. In said room, anything that one thinks appears as substance, making it possible to perform quantum experiments. The Classical Mechanical then proceeds to explain interference by a simple definition to Alice. “Interference is something that happens with waves. You can have all kinds of waves…

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    Georg Friedrich Bernhard Riemann was born in Breselenz, a village close to Dannenberg in the Kingdom of Hanover, which is now mostly known as Federal Republic of Germany. His father, Friedrich Bernhard Riemann, was a poor Lutheran Minister in Breselenz who took part in the Napoleonic Wars and finally settled as a pastor in Quickborn. On the other hand, his mother, Charlotte Ebell, unfortunately died before her children had reached adulthood. Riemann was second among his 6 brothers and sisters,…

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    Right now, I want you to take a look at your phone. When you do this you will find many different components that make your phone, well, your phone. The screen is lit up. Voice transmitting, really making it a phone. There is a camera, which is along the lines of motion photography. Music recorded on your phone, dating back to the first phonograph. And last but not least, a nickel alkaline battery, powering the whole phone. What does this have to do with what I am researching, you may ask? All…

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    A genius, a scientist, a man who was ahead of his time, an alien? Many people don’t know much about Albert Einstein other than he was a crazy scientist with crazy hair, but he in fact also had some crazy ideas and theories that make life as we know it today make sense scientifically. He lived throughout a time of war and poverty, running from the military, and then later helping the US Navy build weapons to fight against his birthplace, Germany. Some of the things Albert Einstein discovered and…

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