Speaking of Einstein, I believe everyone is familiar with it. As the greatest physicist in the 20th century, Einstein’s theory of relativity is famous all over the world, and has a profound impact on World Physics. Einstein put forward the special theory of relativity in his on electrodynamics of moving bodies published in 1905, from which the rudiment of relativity was born. These theories were not systematized until 1915.
The next year, Einstein proposed the concept of gravitational waves. He believes that the ripples generated by the curvature of space-time are like a drop of water, forming ripples on the water surface, and the ripples generated by the curvature of space-time are gravitational waves. At the same time, gravity waves propagate outward in the form of ripples, generating echoes in the universe. LIGO scientific team discovered the existence of gravitational waves by detecting the wave signals generated by the merger of two black holes for the first time before 2016 with advanced detectors. It was not until a hundred years later that Einstein’s theory was confirmed.
In addition, Einstein also put forward the “unified field theory”, that is, the unified framework theory of the interaction of all physical phenomena in the universe. Later in his life, he almost studied the “unified field theory”, but he had no time and energy to complete its establishment, so he had no way to go.
According to Russian newspaper Pravda, Einstein burned all his scientific research achievements and buried them with his ashes before he died. Why did Einstein do this before he died? Some say it has something to do with the Philadelphia Experiment.
What is the mysterious Philadelphia Experiment? The experiment was carried out in the United States in 1943. At that time, the U.S. military conducted a special experiment to develop a technology that can make its warships invisible, hoping to use electromagnetic fields to transmit light beams. But the test was not approved by the U.S. military, so no one knows the authenticity of the test. But the experiment described in the rumor is so lifelike that it’s hard to believe that it didn’t happen.
According to people familiar with the matter, at that time, the U.S. military prepared artificial magnetic field equipment for experiments. They first started pulse and non pulse devices to form a huge magnetic field space around the warship. Gradually, people saw the whole warship surrounded by a strange green light. At this time, magic things happened, the soldiers on the ship and the ship disappeared in the public’s view. However, when the test was over, the ship reappeared and was taken to a nearby dock.
What’s more strange is that the side effects of the experiment still remain on the staff who have experienced the experiment. Sometimes they suddenly disappear on the street or at home and come back. No one knows why this phenomenon occurs. The organizer of the experiment soon committed suicide after the experiment. But before he died, he said the experiment had something to do with Einstein’s theory of relativity. Therefore, the Philadelphia Experiment has become an unsolved problem.
According to relevant information, Einstein served in the US Army during the legendary Philadelphia Experiment. Therefore, some scholars think that maybe Einstein discovered the mystery of “Philadelphia Experiment” and achieved a major breakthrough in the unified field theory. But under pressure from the U.S. military, the manuscript was burned.
Another theory is that Einstein destroyed the manuscript because he was disappointed with the actions of the US military during World War II. At that time, Einstein suggested that the US President build an atomic bomb to deter Hitler and maintain world peace, but unexpectedly, the US military dropped the atomic bomb on Hiroshima, Japan, causing innocent civilian casualties.
So Einstein was very angry and regretted his decision. He believes that if the unified field theory falls into the hands of the US government, it will bring unimaginable consequences, and may even lead to catastrophic disasters. So he set the manuscript on fire and let it sleep with him forever.