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14/01/2011 - 07:41 von WM | Report spam
Krieg der Frösche und der Màuse (43)

In 1997, Corry, Renn and Stachel published a 3-page article in Science
entitled "Belated Decision in the Hilbert-Einstein Priority Dispute",
concluding that Hilbert had not anticipated Einstein's equations.

Friedwardt Winterberg, a professor of physics at the University of
Nevada, Reno, disputed these conclusions, observing that the galley
proofs of Hilbert's articles had been tampered with - part of one page
had been cut off. He goes on to argue that the removed part of the
article contained the equations that Einstein later published, and he
wrote that the cut off part of the proofs suggests a crude attempt by
someone to falsify the historical record. "Science" declined to
publish this; it was printed in revised form in "Zeitschrift für
Naturforschung", with a dateline of June 5, 2003. Winterberg wrote
that the correct field equations are still present on the existing
pages of the proofs in various equivalent forms. In this paper
Winterberg asserted that Einstein sought the help of Hilbert and Klein
to help him find the correct field equation, without mentioning the
research of Folsing (1997) and Sauer (1999) according to which Hilbert
invited Einstein to Göttingen to give a week of lectures on general
relativity in June 1915, which however does not necessarily contradict
Winterberg. Hilbert at the time was looking for physics problems to
solve.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Relati...ty_dispute

Gruß, WM
 

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#1 karl
14/01/2011 - 09:33 | Warnen spam
Am 14.01.2011 07:41, schrieb WM:
Krieg der Frösche und der Màuse (43)

In 1997, Corry, Renn and Stachel published a 3-page article in Science
entitled "Belated Decision in the Hilbert-Einstein Priority Dispute",
concluding that Hilbert had not anticipated Einstein's equations.

Friedwardt Winterberg, a professor of physics at the University of
Nevada, Reno, disputed these conclusions, observing that the galley
proofs of Hilbert's articles had been tampered with - part of one page
had been cut off. He goes on to argue that the removed part of the
article contained the equations that Einstein later published, and he
wrote that the cut off part of the proofs suggests a crude attempt by
someone to falsify the historical record. "Science" declined to
publish this; it was printed in revised form in "Zeitschrift für
Naturforschung", with a dateline of June 5, 2003. Winterberg wrote
that the correct field equations are still present on the existing
pages of the proofs in various equivalent forms. In this paper
Winterberg asserted that Einstein sought the help of Hilbert and Klein
to help him find the correct field equation, without mentioning the
research of Folsing (1997) and Sauer (1999) according to which Hilbert
invited Einstein to Göttingen to give a week of lectures on general
relativity in June 1915, which however does not necessarily contradict
Winterberg. Hilbert at the time was looking for physics problems to
solve.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Relati...ty_dispute

Gruß, WM



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Ciao

Karl

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