Albert Einstein Signed Autographed 1928 Handwritten Letter Beckett BAS

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Albert Einstein Signed Autographed 1928 Handwritten Letter Beckett BAS

Albert Einstein Signed Autographed 1928 Handwritten Letter Beckett BAS
Albert Einstein signed 1928 handwritten letter. Authenticated with a full letter of authenticity by Beckett BAS. About Us: As collectors first, we here at Autographs-For-Sale strive for the unique items that are so hard to obtain. With contacts throughout the industry and a rock solid reputation, we get a first look at some amazing stuff! We do our best to provide you with the most up-to-date collectibles at prices that cannot be beat. With our staff comprised of collector centric mindset, we always view the customers needs first. You will always speak to someone with knowledge about the items & collectors universe. Feel at ease with our knowledgeable staff, authentication guarantee, and all the services provided from Autographs-For-Sale, you surely will not be disappointed! The item “Albert Einstein Signed Autographed 1928 Handwritten Letter Beckett BAS” is in sale since Wednesday, August 7, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Autographs\Science, Inventor”. The seller is “autographs-for-sale” and is located in Cave Creek, Arizona. This item can be shipped to United States.
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Albert Einstein Signed Autographed 1928 Handwritten Letter Beckett BAS

ALBERT EINSTEIN autograph letter signed (containing three handwritten formulas)

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ALBERT EINSTEIN autograph letter signed (containing three handwritten formulas)

ALBERT EINSTEIN autograph letter signed (containing three handwritten formulas)
Albert Einstein autograph letter signed. Significant ALS, written in German to mathematician Ernst Gabor Straus, signed A. The letter contains three calculation formulas for a centro-symmetric solution in the theory of general relativity. In part (translated): I have the thing calculated with centrally symmetric, and it shivers me that you must have made a miscalculation after the introduction of the specialisations for the coordinate system I find without prejudice to the condition? S”=0 has the expression” He has recalculated the centro-symmetric formula and it seems to him that Straus had made a miscalculation. He inscribes two lines of formulas, commenting: Therefore, if I have not fallen victim to an error myself, the calculation of the centro-symmetric case must be resumed. On the basis of the notation [formula]Im at risk of miscalculations and not convinced that this result is correct. However, he wants to point out this problem so that Straus does not study the problem on a possibly incorrect basis and does not digress; and, if in the centro-symmetric solution the functions remain arbitrary, they must try to change the basis. In fine condition with two horizontal mailing folds. One page, 8.5 x 11 inches, no date. Ernst Gabor Straus (19221983), born in Munich, had fled Nazi persecution and studied mathematics in Palestine at the University of Jerusalem, then in the United States. In 1944 he became Einstein’s assistant at the Princeton Institute of Advanced Study, bringing important aid to the physicist as Straus formulated a mathematical framework for Einstein’s concepts. They co-authored three papers and brought together many of Einstein’s old publications. It was during their collaboration that a new idea was conceived in the search for a theory of the unified field, which they called’Complex Theory. The complex theory was distinguished from earlier approaches by the use of a metric tensor with complex values rather than the real tensor of general relativity. Papers were edited, rejected, and reworked before being published in 1948. An important scientific letter from Einstein containing handwritten formulas related to his search for a unified field theory. We always stand behind the autographed material. Keynote Memorabilia is a trading name of’London Collectibles Limited’ – our company registration number is 10211694 (England & Wales). The item “ALBERT EINSTEIN autograph letter signed (containing three handwritten formulas)” is in sale since Friday, June 7, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectables\Autographs\Certified Original Autographs\Science/Space”. The seller is “london_collectibles_limited” and is located in London. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Surname Initial: E
  • Type: Science/ Space
  • Object: signed letter

ALBERT EINSTEIN autograph letter signed (containing three handwritten formulas)

Albert Einstein Letter Signed with Original Handwritten Equations & Diagrams

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Albert Einstein Letter Signed with Original Handwritten Equations & Diagrams
Albert Einstein Letter Signed with Original Handwritten Equations & Diagrams
Albert Einstein Letter Signed with Original Handwritten Equations & Diagrams

Albert Einstein Letter Signed with Original Handwritten Equations & Diagrams
Albert Einstein’s Letter on Earth’s Shifting Crust with ORIGINAL HANDWRITTEN Diagram, Equations and Annotations plus Typed Letter Signed A. Einstein, one page, 8.5 x 11, blindstamped Princeton letterhead, January 16, 1954. Charles Hapgood, enclosing a carbon copy of a letter he wrote to Mr. Of Geology and Mineralogy at the University of Massachusetts, on Hapgood’s theory of earth crust displacement. ” Includes the two-page carbon copy enclosure, an unsigned typed letter by Einstein which bears several handwritten annotations, including: an original hand-drawn diagram, three original handwritten equations, a term representing tangential force, and five original handwritten anglesthree for “beta” and two for “phi, as well as one holograph word, all by Einstein. Einstein’s letter to Farrington begins, in part: When I read your letterI too hadthe impression that I had overestimated erroneously the dislocating force on the solid crust due to an additional (eccentrically located) mass. More careful consideration has shown me, however, that, paradoxically, your argument is not conclusive. ” Einstein explains: “We imagine the rotating earth with’frozen’ crust. The surface of the crust is then (with reference to the rotating earth) and equipotential surface. If one places excentrically a’small’ sphere of the mass m on this surfacethen this sphere is in equilibrium. ” He draws a diagram to the left, and continues: “One feels therefore induced to believe that for this reason no angular momentum could be produced on the crust by this sphere. Such conclusion would be, however, invalid as shown by the following consideration. ” He goes on to illustrate his point using mathematical equations, and concludes: “I think that the idea of Mr. Hapgood has to be taken quite seriously. Einstein wrote the foreword to Hapgood’s book, The Earth’s Shifting Crust, published by Pantheon Books in 1958. Hapgood’s book denied the existence of continental drift, speculating that the ice mass at one or both poles over-accumulates and destabilizes the Earth’s rotational balance, causing slippage of all or much of Earth’s outer crust around the Earth’s core, which retains its axial orientation. A spectacular scientific letter by Einstein. This is the ONLY Einstein’s letter on Earth’s Shifting Crust in private hands. The item “Albert Einstein Letter Signed with Original Handwritten Equations & Diagrams” is in sale since Friday, April 5, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Autographs\Science, Inventor”. The seller is “collectibles*101*” and is located in Cherry Hill, New Jersey. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Signed by: Albert Einstein

Albert Einstein Letter Signed with Original Handwritten Equations & Diagrams

Albert Einstein Wonderful content typed letter signed with handwritten edition

Albert Einstein Wonderful content typed letter signed with handwritten edition

Albert Einstein Wonderful content typed letter signed with handwritten edition
A German-born theoretical physicist. He developed the general theory of relativity, one of the two pillars of modern physics. Best known for his mass-energy equivalence formula E = mc2 – the world’s most famous equation. Received the 1921 Nobel Prize in Physics. Wonderful content typed letter signed A. 8.5 x 5.0 inch, 1951 March 17. Einstein sent this letter to Dr. Lionel Ettlinger, a man with whom he had been corresponding for almost 20 years. This fine letter shows Einstein as a caring friend, a side of the famous physicist that was rarely seen by the public. Written 3 days after his 72 birthday where the famous tongue-photo was taken. In German: Lieber Herr Ettlinger: Ich danke Ihnen für Ihre freundliche Gratulation und für die wunderbaren Bücher. Sie nicht die Bücher! Sind eine wirkliche Balleteuse des Gedankens: man kann wohl glotzen aber es nicht nachmachen. Ich schäme mich, so verwöhnt zu werden, während sich niemand um die kümmert, denen die guten Dinge versagt bleiben. Ettlinger: I thank you for your friendly congratulations and for the wonderful books. You not the books! Are a real ballet dancer of thought: one may well gape but not imitate him. I feel so ashamed to be so spoiled, whereas nobody cares about those to whom the good things are denied. Friendly regards from your. Mailing folds, trimmed top and bottom, else fine condition. The language in his letter shows a unique side to the great mind. His rhetoric is colorful and shows a depth and warmth rarely seen in any of his writing. Are a real ballet dancer of thought: one may well gape but not imitate him. This may seem to be a quote from some other source but is not, it is unique, rare and referenced nowhere else. He primarily concentrated on these efforts from 1933 when he arrived in the United States until that nation entered World War II. His actions enabled many of his people to obtain visas and find work outside of NS territory. Ettlinger would spend approximately 80 percent of his personal wealth helping German Jews relocate to other countries. Known as Maja, she had suffered a stroke (1946) which left her bedridden and eventually unable to speak. She died on June 25, 1951, three month after her brother Albert sent this letter. COMES WITH A CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY BY ANDREAS WIEMER HISTORICAL AUTOGRAPHS. Please do not hesitate to contact me with any questions. I started collecting autographs of famous personalities as a teenager in 1985. My large reference library includes all the standard works with more than 100 books on the subject. Im a member of all major autograph organizations (PADA – Professional Autograph Dealers Association, Manuscript Society and so on) and the author of several published articles and reference books incl. The standard works: John F. Kennedy autograph study and Presidents of the United States AUTOPEN GUIDE. My slogan has always been: “Think inversely”. The item “Albert Einstein Wonderful content typed letter signed with handwritten edition” is in sale since Wednesday, January 23, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Autographs\Science, Inventor”. The seller is “autographs26771″ and is located in Kelkheim. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Autograph Authentication: Andreas Wiemer Historical Autographs COA
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Signed by: Albert Einstein

Albert Einstein Wonderful content typed letter signed with handwritten edition

Albert Einstein Letter Signed with Original Handwritten Equations & Diagrams

Albert Einstein Letter Signed with Original Handwritten Equations & Diagrams
Albert Einstein Letter Signed with Original Handwritten Equations & Diagrams
Albert Einstein Letter Signed with Original Handwritten Equations & Diagrams

Albert Einstein Letter Signed with Original Handwritten Equations & Diagrams
Albert Einstein’s Letter on Earth’s Shifting Crust with ORIGINAL HANDWRITTEN Diagram, Equations and Annotations plus Typed Letter Signed A. Einstein, one page, 8.5 x 11, blindstamped Princeton letterhead, January 16, 1954. Charles Hapgood, enclosing a carbon copy of a letter he wrote to Mr. Of Geology and Mineralogy at the University of Massachusetts, on Hapgood’s theory of earth crust displacement. ” Includes the two-page carbon copy enclosure, an unsigned typed letter by Einstein which bears several handwritten annotations, including: an original hand-drawn diagram, three original handwritten equations, a term representing tangential force, and five original handwritten anglesthree for “beta” and two for “phi, as well as one holograph word, all by Einstein. Einstein’s letter to Farrington begins, in part: When I read your letterI too hadthe impression that I had overestimated erroneously the dislocating force on the solid crust due to an additional (eccentrically located) mass. More careful consideration has shown me, however, that, paradoxically, your argument is not conclusive. ” Einstein explains: “We imagine the rotating earth with’frozen’ crust. The surface of the crust is then (with reference to the rotating earth) and equipotential surface. If one places excentrically a’small’ sphere of the mass m on this surfacethen this sphere is in equilibrium. ” He draws a diagram to the left, and continues: “One feels therefore induced to believe that for this reason no angular momentum could be produced on the crust by this sphere. Such conclusion would be, however, invalid as shown by the following consideration. ” He goes on to illustrate his point using mathematical equations, and concludes: “I think that the idea of Mr. Hapgood has to be taken quite seriously. Einstein wrote the foreword to Hapgood’s book, The Earth’s Shifting Crust, published by Pantheon Books in 1958. Hapgood’s book denied the existence of continental drift, speculating that the ice mass at one or both poles over-accumulates and destabilizes the Earth’s rotational balance, causing slippage of all or much of Earth’s outer crust around the Earth’s core, which retains its axial orientation. A spectacular scientific letter by Einstein. This is the ONLY Einstein’s letter on Earth’s Shifting Crust in private hands. The item “Albert Einstein Letter Signed with Original Handwritten Equations & Diagrams” is in sale since Monday, January 14, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Autographs\Science, Inventor”. The seller is “pramood123″ and is located in Cherry Hill, New Jersey. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Signed by: Albert Einstein

Albert Einstein Letter Signed with Original Handwritten Equations & Diagrams