"The universal language of science" through the mouth of Albert Einstein

    Today I accidentally discovered a very interesting audio recording on the Web. This is a recording of the voice of Einstein reading The Universal Language of Science for the British Association for the Advancement of Science (in English). The recording was made in 1941. I think many would like to hear Einstein’s voice.

    Unknown craftsmen also took a famous photograph of the great scientist, and processed it so that it seems like this video is a recording of how Einstein gives a lecture. The work itself is relevant today, so listening can be not only interesting, but also useful.

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