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Thursday, February 27, 2014

The findings of ​​Einstein's manuscript reveal his lost idea

Scientists uncover the manuscript of Albert Einstein who never realized existed. The manuscripts reveal that Einstein's theory was never published before. Manuscripts written in 1931 that reveal Einstein's notion of the beginning of the universe. Einstein's view that the universe is not necessarily created through the events of the Big Bang.

Albert Einstein questioned Big
Bang theory in 1930s. (Picture from: 
Einstein was in the same idea with ​​Fred Hoyle, a British astronomer who has now has been fallen. At the end of the 1940s, Hoyle also revealed that the universe was not created through a big bang event.

According to Hoyle, the universe evolved. Universe are in a steady state, although it has the same congestion kept floating. It may occur due to material or new particles are constantly created.

Hoyle expressed, then the particles will coalesce to form stars, galaxies, and other thereby leaving room. It happened at the right speed so that it can take existing space as the universe expands.

The fact that Einstein had the same idea, said Cormac O'Raifeartaigh, a physicist at the Waterford Institute of Technology in Ireland who found the manuscript, suggests that the notion of a steady state universe that has emerged since before Hoyle.

Unlike today, the Big Bang theory is still debated in the past. The Big Bang theory itself began to evolve from Edwin Hubble's observation that discovered that galaxies continue to move away that could be an indication that the universe used to be incompressible.
Albert Einstein at Mount Wilson Observatory in 1931, with Edwin Hubble (centre) and Walter Adams. (Picture from: http://www.nature.com/)
Einstein's manuscript actually stored long in the Albert Einstein Archives in Jerusalem and can be freely accessible on the website of the organization. However, the manuscript was initially thought to be part of another manuscript.

O'Raifeartaigh who finds a manuscript that was deeply shocked. As quoted from Nature, on Monday, February 24, 2014, he admitted that he "almost fell off the chair when he realized the content of the manuscript".

O'Raifeartaigh and his colleagues then send the findings at the same time in English translation (from the original manuscript on Germans) to the server of scientific publications, arXiv. Currently, the manuscript have been entered into the European Physical Journal journal.

James Peebles, a cosmologist of Princeton University in New Jersey revealed, that the manuscript may be "rough script which starts from the excitement of having the idea was soon abandoned because the author finally realized that he had been fooling himself."

However, the fact that Einstein is still struggling with the idea when it was proved that he is still resistant to the idea of ​​the Big Bang. Einstein considered, that the theory was "vile", although other scientists showed that the general consequence of the development of his general relativity theory.

Helge Kragh, a science historians of Aarhus University said, "What is shown by the manuscript is, although in the end accept the Big Bang, Einstein was not happy with the fact that the universe changed." *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | NATURE | INTERNATIONAL BUSSINESS TIME]
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