viernes, 18 de mayo de 2012

OpenCulture Com * E=mc2

Einstein Explains His Famous Formula, E=mc², in Original Audio (Plus More Cultural Curiosities)

Last week we played for you the only known recording of Sigmund Freud’s voice (1938). Now it’s time to revive the voice of another intellectual giant, Albert Einstein. In this recording, the physicist offers the briefest explanation of the world’s most famous equation, E=mc2. When was this recorded? We’re unfortunately not sure.
Let’s just say somewhere between 1932 (a date Einstein mentions in the clip) and his death in 1955. Somewhere in those 20+ years, give or take a few. Don’t miss the recently-opened Einstein archive and many free Physics courses in our collection of Free Online Courses from top universities.

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