Can We Be Blamed for the Security of Ignorance?
In 1905, Albert Einstein published his first theory of relativity. He was aware at the time that his theory allowed for the massive release of energy from small amounts of matter, based on Marie Curie’s discovery that a single ounce of radium releases 4,000 calories of energy per hour. In 1933, Albert Einstein emigrated to the United States after coming to believe he was no longer safe in nazi Germany. Shortly afterward, Germany officially declared Einstein to be a traitor, and his name was banned from public utterance, but Einstein was not the only brilliant European mind to see the writing on the wallRead More →