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NSF Presents World Year of Physics 2005 Multimedia Special Report

NSF Presents World Year of Physics 2005 Multimedia Special Report
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einsteinEinstein is the most famous scientist of the last 100 years, but few can explain exactly why he is famous. Now a multimedia special report by the National Science Foundation (NSF) commemorating the World Year of Physics 2005 explains the ideas behind the papers published in 1905 that made Einstein, then a 26-year-old patent clerk, famous. From Einstein's explanation of Brownian motion, to his inquiries into the nature of light, to his work on relativity, the NSF special report uses multimedia videos and flash animation to explain Einstein's work. The site is one of the best to come out this year. You can find the NSF special report here and links to more World Year of Physics sites on the Element List feature page here.
Submitted by elementlist on Nov 12, 2005
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