Ever since his death, Einstein's brain has been somewhat of a mystery for scientists. A 1985 study famously suggested that his brain was different from other, normal brains. But a new study refutes this claim, citing that Einstein's brain is perfectly normal.
When it comes to penning down history, it may be quite hard to dig out minute discrepancies which can simply be a product of the historian's imagination. In the case of Einstein, a new research reveals that he may never have called his use of 'lambda' as his 'biggest blunder' ever.
World's one of the greatest scientists Albert Einstein who died in 1955 is considered one of the most intelligent people ever lived in the universe. Researchers had a great query about how a normal human being had such intelligence? And since then researchers started analyzing this greatest scientist's brain. Researchers have found some extra-ordinary mysteries of Einstein's brain. Researchers have found Einstein’s brain had no parietal operculum, his brain was smaller than average and there was an unusual feature in the right somatosensory cortex in his brain.
Good news for the fans of Albert Einstein's. The whole Einstein's research, calculations, mistakes, thoughts during research, political correspondence, love letters, fan mails will be posted online. This makes Einstein's followers get one step closer to know Einstein more better. Einstein left his all papers and works to The Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Now the university is going to publish this online. However, Hebrew University has already released initial 2,000 documents including unseen letters, postcards and research notes.
Einstein might be laughing from the sky! Researchers inventions and experiments gave them a clue that, a particle 'Neutrino' has the ability to travel at light's speed in a vacuum, at 180,000 miles per second. But, the Imaging Cosmic And Rare Underground Signals (ICARUS) experiment at the Italian Gran Sasso laboratory has reported that the neutrinos do not exceed the speed of light. They can travel exactly as fast as they should, and not a nanosecond more.
A major breakthrough has occurred in the history of physics recently. The scientific experiment wants to jeopardize the much accepted theory of relativity by Einstein in 1905. Some international physicists unveiled the result of their research over the last three years this last Thursday. The result shows that sub-atomic particles neutrinos travel slightly faster than the speed of light which is enough to claim the drawback of Einstein’s relativity theory according to the scientists. It’s a bit shocking result to the scientists also.
NASA concludes Gravity Probe B space-time experiment, proves Einstein really was a genius and to do this engineers strapped the GP-B satellite with four ultra-precise gyroscopes to measure two pillars of the theory: the geodetic effect and frame dragging.The GP-B's gyroscopes were pointed squarely at the IM Pegasi guide star and engineers observed their behavior..............
Newton OS was the operating system for the Apple Newton PDAs produced by Apple from 1993-1997. Newton OS was written entirely in C++ and trimmed to be low power consuming and use the available memory efficiently. Similar to the original Apple Macintosh, many applications were written in the ROM of the Newton to save DRAM and flash space for user applications.