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Albert Einstein Signed Equation
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Albert Einstein (1879-1955) signed Equation on his personal stationary. By taking up the work of two 19th century physicists (Morley and Michelson), Albert Einstein made this amazing discovery that in fact the laws of physics are the same everywhere. And all of that, regardless of the reference. More surprisingly, the movement would slow down time. An interesting example to illustrate this is that of space travelers moving at the speed of light, which would return to Earth after a year. While the latter have aged a year (the duration of their journey), the Earth would have undergone a much greater aging. In simpler terms: it has been proven that by moving at the speed of light, 1 second for you would be equal to approximately 1 minute for a motionless observer. Albert Einstein's genius was to resonate on a much grander scale than on a human one. Indeed, on Earth, the speed of human movement is too low to observe even the slightest variation of time. Yet, taking as his starting point the speed of light, he had set up the notion of relativity in physics and questioned the absolute nature of space and time. Thus, from this original postulate, he deduced that the velocity of a matter (as small as it may be) can cause great damage if it is launched at a great pace (using the famous equation E = MC²). The military and nuclear scientists quickly understood how to use this type of invention, and thus the atomic bomb was born. Today, we have learned how to tame this discovery to develop nuclear energy. This item has been professionally custom matted and framed. Comes with a Letter of Authentication from Guaranteed Forensic Authenticators, along with the GFA guarantee of authenticity.
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Albert Einstein Signed Equation

Estimate $35,000 - $55,000
Sep 28, 2022
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Albert Einstein (1879-1955) signed Equation on his personal stationary. By taking up the work of two 19th century physicists (Morley and Michelson), Albert Einstein made this amazing discovery that in fact the laws of physics are the same everywhere. And all of that, regardless of the reference. More surprisingly, the movement would slow down time. An interesting example to illustrate this is that of space travelers moving at the speed of light, which would return to Earth after a year. While the latter have aged a year (the duration of their journey), the Earth would have undergone a much greater aging. In simpler terms: it has been proven that by moving at the speed of light, 1 second for you would be equal to approximately 1 minute for a motionless observer. Albert Einstein's genius was to resonate on a much grander scale than on a human one. Indeed, on Earth, the speed of human movement is too low to observe even the slightest variation of time. Yet, taking as his starting point the speed of light, he had set up the notion of relativity in physics and questioned the absolute nature of space and time. Thus, from this original postulate, he deduced that the velocity of a matter (as small as it may be) can cause great damage if it is launched at a great pace (using the famous equation E = MC²). The military and nuclear scientists quickly understood how to use this type of invention, and thus the atomic bomb was born. Today, we have learned how to tame this discovery to develop nuclear energy. This item has been professionally custom matted and framed. Comes with a Letter of Authentication from Guaranteed Forensic Authenticators, along with the GFA guarantee of authenticity.
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