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Wrote that he didn t even know about the Michelson Morley experiment until after he d published his first relativity paper in 1905 So maybe he was just being polite when he
#gave the speech in front f Michelson There are people who have argued for this interpretation #the speech in front Being There of Michelson There are people who have argued for this interpretation digs around some he finds earlier evidence where Einstein did say that he was awaref the experiment when he started working n relativity It seems that he d forgotten this when he wrote his retrospective statement
near the end f his life Another bit I liked concerned Galois the end Buddha's Brain: The Practical Neuroscience of Happiness, Love, and Wisdom of his life Another bit I liked concerned Galois brilliant French mathematician who was killed in a duel at age 20 As everyone knows he was set up the duel was supposedlyver a woman but was really a political assassination He was sure he would be killed and spent the preceding night feverishly writing up what would later be known as Galois theory interspersing the mathematics with frantic "COMPLAINTS THAT I HAVE NO TIME ALAS IT TURNS "that I have no time Alas it turns that none f this is true The duel was not ver his mistress but was an unrelated private uarrel he did spend the preceding night writing but it wasn t Galois theory just some rather mundane editing The most startling section though was about AD White s A History f the Warfare f Science with Theology in Christendom which I read last year White spent 20 years writing it and it s highly respected At Witness to the Martyrdom: John Taylor's Personal Account of the Last Days of the Prophet Joseph Smith one point discussing the reaction to Copernicus White. On bridges the gap between general history and historyf science Following a review f the early development f the history f science the theory f history as applied to science history is introduced examining the basic problems which this generates including problems f periodisation ideological functions and the conflict between diachronical and anachronical historiography Finally th. I m tired f seeing these The War at Home: One Family's Fight Against PTSD on my listf current "reading There comes a point where you have to move them even further than the Back Burnerhttpalittleteaalittlechatwordpres This is the fourth "There comes a point where you have to move them even further than the Back Burnerhttpalittleteaalittlechatwordpres This is the fourth I have read by Helge Kragh and as usual it is extremely impressive I know hardly anyone who makes me feel uite as ignorant Kragh s breadth f knowledge is phenomenal and he appears eually at home with scientific and historical issues As far as I can
tell he s read absolutely everything relevant in both subjects It s hard he s read absolutely everything relevant in both subjects It s hard understand how he s found the timeThe book systematically describes the problems and methods involved in writing histories f science some f it is rather dry but Kragh puts in enough good stories that I was never bored for than a couple f pages He is particularly good at exploding myths and showing you how difficult it is to be certain f anything in scientific history For example there is a nice segment n Einstein and the Michelson Morley experiment The way I first read the story I think in Asimov s The Intelligent Man
s Guide to Science this discovery was what got the theory Ten Thousand Goddam Cattle: A History of the American Cowboy in Song, Story and Verse of relativity started after seven yearsf Guide to Science this discovery was what got the theory Set Theory, Logic and Their Limitations of relativity started after seven yearsf Michelson and Morley found that the speed f light wasn t affected by the Earth s movement through space A key piece f evidence came from a speech that Einstein made in Michelson s honor n the ne The Stringbean Murders occasion they met in person But in the 50s Einstein. This book introduces the methodological and philosophical problems with which modern historyf science is concerned أساطير شعبية من قلب جزيرة العرب: الجزء الرابع offering a comprehensive and critical review through description and evaluationf significant historiographical viewpoints Incorporating discussion Stricken (Asphalt Cowboys, of key problems in general historical writing with examples drawn from a rangef disciplines this non elementary introducti. ,
Has the following passageWhile Lutheranism was thus condemning the theory The Sporty Game of the earth s movementther branches American Yakuza II of the Protestant Church did not remain behind Calvin took the lead in his Commentaryn Genesis by condemning all who asserted that the earth is not the centre Inventions That Changed the World: Working Wonders of the universe He clinched the matter by the usual reference to the first versef the ninety third Psalm and asked Who will venture to place the authority Love Onboard: Cupid's Caribbean Cruise of Copernicus above thatf the Holy Spirit This has been uoted by among thers such prominent authorities as Bertrand Russell Will Durant JG Crowther and "Thomas Kuhn Unfortunately painstaking research Rosen and Hooykaas conclusively demonstrated that Calvin "Kuhn painstaking research by Rosen and Hooykaas conclusively demonstrated that Calvin said any such thingWhy is the history f science so appallingly full Blood Love of this kindf sloppiness I still don t really know but Kragh s book at least leaves me feeling skeptical and hopefully a little less likely to believe the next utrageous claim I happen to read A good entry point for the historiography f science approaching in a concise fashion many relevant topics and bringing some f the current at the time f publication debates n each theme This is by far the most boring book I have ever read Why are all these introductions supposed to be clashes between ideologies Surely there is another way to learn a subject Hopefully I will have reasons to add a star r two after finishing it some time. E book considers the critical use and analysis f historical sources and the possibility f the experiemental reconstruction f history Aimed primarily at students the book's broad scope and integration f historical philosophical and scientific matters will interest philosophers sociologists and general historians for whom there is no alternative introduction to the subject at this leve.