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“Hard evidence” of Einstein’s involvement

A few last days we were bombarded by questions from friends who were sending us links to numerous articles on the gravitational waves discovery. Most of these articles look like a continuation of press release, but one of them attracted … Continue reading

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Einstein was right!

I think that the majority of authors of numerous articles about observation of gravitational waves (“Einstein Was Right!”) did not read Einstein’s 1916 paper or aware about his views on existence of gravitational waves in his General Theory of Relativity … Continue reading

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Sorry for a long delay with our reply to Andrei’s comments (teaching duties…). On September 30, Andrei wrote: “Yet again a remarkable piece of truly historical research. However, a paper in APS journal does not imply, that becomes APS view.” … Continue reading

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Why the English collection of Einstein’s works does not exist. Part V.

  A few days ago we received the book “Einstein wrote back” by John Moffat (published in 2010 by Thomas Allen Publishers, Canada), which is a collection of his personal memories of 20th century scientists: Einstein, Dirac, Pauli, Bohr, Schrodinger, … Continue reading

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Why the English collection of Einstein’s works does not exist. Part IV (Einstein and Lanczos, a comparative study)

The discrepancy between common statements that Einstein is the greatest scientist of all times, named by Times magazine the person of 20th century (died in the middle of century), and the fact that neither by the end of 20th century … Continue reading

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