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  Albert Einstein - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Albert Einstein (March 14, 1879–April 18, 1955) was a German-born Jewish theoretical physicist, who is widely regarded as the greatest scientist of the 20th century.
Einstein divorced Mileva on February 14, 1919, and married his cousin Elsa Löwenthal (born Einstein: Löwenthal was the surname of her first husband, Max) on June 2, 1919.
Einstein also assisted Erwin Schrödinger in the development of the quantum Boltzmann distribution, a mixed classical and quantum mechanical gas model although he realized that this was less significant than the Bose-Einstein model and declined to have his name included on the paper.
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 Albert Einstein - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Einstein's reverence for all creation, his belief in the grandeur, beauty, and sublimity of the universe (the primary source of inspiration in science), his awe for the scheme that is manifested in the material universe - all of these show through in his work and philosophy.
Einstein began to form a generalized theory of gravitation with the universal law of gravitation and the electromagnetic force in his first attempt to demonstrate the unification and simplification of the fundamental forces.
Einstein was guided by a belief in a single statistical measure of variance for the entire set of physical laws, and he investigated the similar properties of the electromagnetic and gravity forces, as they are infinite and obey inverse-square laws.
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 Albert Einstein Archives   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Albert Einstein is undoubtedly one of the most fascinating and influential figures of the modern era.
Einstein played a crucial role in establishing the two pillars of 20th century physics: he was the father of the theory of relativity and a major contributor to quantum theory.
Albert Einstein was one of the founders of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
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 Albert Einstein Institution - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Albert Einstein Institution is a US-based non-profit organization that specializes in the study of the methods of non-violent resistance.
Activists from Otpor in Serbia and Pora in Ukraine have said that publications and training they received from Albert Einstein Institution staff have been instrumental to the formation of their strategies.
The Albert Einstein Institution: non-violence according to the CIA, Voltaire Network, January 2005
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 Monthly Review May 2005 John J. Simon
Einstein opposed the war, putting him at odds with the German Social Democrats to whom he had been previously sympathetic, instead aligning himself with the party’s minority who saw the war as a dispute among the ruling classes of the belligerents.
Einstein was not; it was the first instance of the power of his newly acquired celebrity not only to protect himself, but to allow him to speak out when others couldn’t.
Einstein was also deeply committed, as were a number of other left-wing scientists, to mass education in the sciences as a tool against obscurantism and mystical pseudo-science, often used then—and again today—in aid of political and social reaction.
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 Campion Catholic High School   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Albert Einstein was born in Württemberg, Germany in 1879.
Einstein made important contributions to quantum theory, but he also sought to extend the special theory of relativity.
Einstein decided that he could never return to the land of his birth.
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 The Year of Albert Einstein   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Then, a few months later, almost as an afterthought, Einstein pointed out in a fifth paper that matter and energy can be interchangeable at the atomic level-specifically, that E=mc2, the scientific basis of nuclear energy and the most famous mathematical equation in history.
Einstein today is more myth than man, and the essence of that myth is that the workings of his mind are beyond the reach not only of most mortals but even of most physicists.
Einstein achieved worldwide fame in 1919, when observations made during a solar eclipse validated his theory of general relativity.
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 Albert Einstein Institution - SourceWatch   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Founded in 1983 by Dr. Gene Sharp, The Albert Einstein Institution is dedicated to advancing the study and use of strategic nonviolent action in conflicts throughout the world.
The Albert Einstein Institution (AEI) has played the key role in recent years in training and deploying youth movements to help prepare the conditions for coups through fostering the impression that the targeted regimes are deeply unpopular, and through destabilizing those regimes through their demonstrations and the like.
Albert Einstein's president is Col. Robert Helvey, a former US Army officer with 30 years of experience in Southeast Asia.
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Einstein's views on matters of war, peace, and violence varied and developed through his lifetime.
The Albert Einstein Institution and its resources are excellent aids in answering those questions honestly but positively.
When writing op-ed pieces against war, occupation, nuclear deterrence, and related matters, be sure to use some of the historical examples that the Albert Einstein Institution makes available, e.g., that in every decade of the 20th Century, the bloodiest century on record, there was also at least one successful nonviolent struggle.
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The Albert Einstein Institution is a nonprofit organization advancing the study and use of strategic nonviolent action in conflicts throughout the world.
The Collected Papers of Albert Einstein is one of the most ambitious publishing ventures ever undertaken in the documentation of the history of science.
Einstein was a member, sponsor, or affiliated with thirty-four communist fronts between 1937-1954.
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 Princeton - Newly discovered diary chronicles Einstein's last years   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
He told Fantova that in his political thinking he was still a "revolutionary" and a "fire-belching Vesuvius." "He expressed himself very decisively about many developments in world politics, felt partially responsible for the creation of the atom bomb, and this responsibility oppressed him greatly," she wrote.
Throughout these years, Einstein was inundated with letters and, despite complaining that "all the maniacs in the world write to me," often responded to strangers asking for autographs and endorsements and attempting to convert him to Christianity.
Einstein described himself as isolated from current physics and mathematics and told Fantova that his latest ideas would not be appreciated until after was dead.
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They provide group and institutional bases by which people can exert influence over the direction of their society and resist other groups or the government when they are seen to impinge unjustly on their interests, activities, or purposes.
Instead, the struggle is fought by psychological, social, economic, and political weapons applied by the population and the institutions of the society.
As the civil institutions of the society become stronger vis-…-vis the dictatorship, then, whatever the dictators may wish, the population is incrementally building an independent society outside of their control.
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 Albert Einstein Quotes Quotations
Albert Einstein was a beautiful man, wise and moral, who lived in difficult times.
No doubt, such a person loses some of his innocence and unconcern; on the other hand, he is largely independent of the opinions, habits, and judgments of his fellows and avoids the temptation to build his inner equilibrium upon such insecure foundations.
I am satisfied with the mystery of the eternity of life and with the awareness and a glimpse of the marvelous structure of the existing world, together with the devoted striving to comprehend a portion, be it ever so tiny, of the Reason that manifests itself in nature.
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 Nonviolent Sanctions Newsletter   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
The Albert Einstein Institution is engaged in research, policy studies, education and consulting on the nature and potential of nonviolent forms of struggle.
The Einstein Institution advances the study of nonviolent action as a global alternative to violent conflict.
The Institution has a South Africa Program, directed by Barbara Harmel, which uses research and public education to advance knowledge about the strategic uses of nonviolent direct action in South Africa.
www.sas.upenn.edu /African_Studies/Publications/Nonviolent_Sanctions_12990.html   (152 words)

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The mission of the Albert Einstein Institution is to advance the worldwide study and strategic use of nonviolent action in conflict.
The Albert Einstein Institution conducts research on strategic nonviolent struggle, shares the results of this research, and consults directly with groups in conflict.
Whether the goal is undermining a dictatorship, preventing a coup datat, defending against an invasion, or demanding social change, the Albert Einstein Institution is helping people around the world to consider nonviolent struggle as a means to wage "war" without violence.
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 PMag v17n4p14 -- Gene Sharp and Serbia
He also began to shut down the few institutions that had served as a free press and to crack down on street protests and demonstrations.
By taking an active role in society through independent institutions, people disperse power throughout society so that it cannot be concentrated in the hands of a few atop a pyramid.
Gene Sharp is Senior Scholar at the Albert Einstein Institute in Boston.
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Civilian-based defense: A national defense policy to deter and defeat aggression, both internal (i.e., coups d'etat) and external (i.e., invasions) by preparing the population and institutions for massive nonviolent resistance and defiance.
The Albert Einstein Institution 1430 Massachusetts Avenue Cambridge, MA 02138 (617) 876-0311
The Albert Einstein Institution is a nonprofit organization which supports work on the strategic uses of nonviolent sanctions in relation to problems of political violence.
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 Gourt :: Society :: Issues :: Peace :: Peace Studies   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
University for Peace: The mission of the University for Peace is to provide humanity with an international institution of higher education for peace with the aim of promoting among all human beings a spirit of understanding, tolerance and peacefull coexistence, to stimulate cooperation among peoples, and to help lesse...
Albert Einstein Institution: The Albert Einstein Institution is a nonprofit organization advancing the study and use of strategic nonviolent action in conflicts throughout the world.
Matsunaga Institute for Peace: The Spark M. Matsunaga Institute for Peace at the University of Hawaii at Manoa is a multi-disciplinary academic community of scholars, students, practitioners, and visitors.
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 Coup d'État in Disguise: Washington's New World Order "Democratization" Template
Albert Einstein's president is Col. Robert Helvey, a former US Army officer with 30 years of experience in South East Asia.
Such formulations suggest that Albert Einstein activities were, ironically, coherent (or, possibly updating) the infamous NATO's "Gladio" stay-behind network, whose purpose was to combat possible Soviet occupation through a panoply of military and non military means.
The Democratic party's National Democratic Institute, the Republican party's International Republican Institute, the US State Department and USAID are the main agencies involved in these grassroots campaigns as well as the Freedom House NGO and billionaire George Soros's Open Society Institute.
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 How Non-Violent Struggle Works
On the contrary, all dominating elites and rulers depend for their sources of power upon the cooperation of the population and of the institutions of the society they would rule.
If the population rejects the rulers' right to rule and to command, they are withdrawing the general agreement, or group consent, which makes the existing government possible.
Source: Gene Sharp, The Politics of Nonviolent Action, (3 Vols.), Boston: Porter Sargent, 1973; and Gene Sharp, The Role of Power in Nonviolent Struggle (monograph), Cambridge: The Albert Einstein Institution, (forthcoming).
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Such formulations suggest that Albert Einstein activities were, ironically, coherent (or, possibly updating) the infamous NATO's "Gladio" stay-behind network, whose purpose was to combat possible Soviet occupation through a panoply of military and nonmilitary means.
The Albert Einstein Institute does not emphasize, however, that even the US State Department and Drug Enforcement Agency identify the ethnic minority opposition to the Myanmar government as comprising the world's largest producers of opium and heroin.
The Albert Einstein Institution’s groundbreaking outreach on strategic nonviolent struggle is but one example of this growing trend that moves beyond traditional humanitarian and human rights efforts.
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The Albert Einstein Institution--Fellows Program Fellows Program: to promote research, policy studies, and education concerning the nature and potential of nonviolent sanctions, in comparison to violent ones, for solving the problems of aggression, dictatorship, genocide, and oppression.
Stipend: Financial support includes a stipend which takes into consideration such factors as the applicant's level of preparation, need and prevailing academic salaries for comparable persons and projects, and assistance for research and writing expenses.
Deadline: proposals are due by December 31 Contact: The Albert Einstein Institution Dr. Ronald McCarthy, Fellows Program Director 427 Newbury Street Cambridge, MA 02115 Tel.
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 albert einstein - OneLook Dictionary Search
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 Nonviolent Struggle
"From Dictatorship to Democracy" (Gene Sharp, The Albert Einstein Institution)
"Definiciones de términos usados en la Lucha Noviolenta" (The Albert Einstein Institution)
"De la Dictadura a la Democracia" (Gene Sharp, The Albert Einstein Institution, traducción al español por Hermanos al Rescate)
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 War by other means - The Boston Globe - Boston.com - Ideas - News
They betray no literary pretension; the language is clear but abstract, and they are designed to be read across cultures.
Even as Sharp's work reaches the height of its influence, the Albert Einstein Institution, which publishes educational materials, hosts workshops abroad at the request of foreign activists, and painstakingly manages and vets the translations of ''From Dictatorship to Democracy," has run out of funding and may be forced to close its doors in September.
IDEAS: The Albert Einstein Institution's president, Robert Helvey, led a workshop in Budapest for Serbian students prior to the ouster of Slobodan Milosevic.
www.boston.com /news/globe/ideas/articles/2005/05/29/war_by_other_means?pg=full   (1757 words)

 Why Socialism? By Albert Einstein
They seized for themselves a monopoly of the land ownership and appointed a priesthood from among their own ranks.
The priests, in control of education, made the class division of society into a permanent institution and created a system of values by which the people were thenceforth, to a large extent unconsciously, guided in their social behavior.
Such developments manifest themselves in traditions, institutions, and organizations; in literature; in scientific and engineering accomplishments; in works of art.
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 Missionary Man
He is the scholar whose name is synonymous with "the politics of nonviolent action." His monographs, books and booklets, and those of his colleagues at the Albert Einstein Institution, have been translated into 30 languages.
Gene and the Albert Einstein Institution have had a profound impact on the teaching of nonviolence, as well as on events in the world's public squares.
I truly believe that if Gene Sharp's methods had been promoted vigorously in Iraq, as some suggested before the invasion, Saddam could have been toppled by now, the war having been avoided, and the Iraqi people would be in a better position to carry on toward a more just and peaceful future.
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