Albert Einstein’s Brain and the Secrets of Brilliant Genius (3-3)

Wou dr. Thomas Harvey saves the largest brain known to mankind when he took it out of the corpse after autopsy and cut it into more than 200 pieces and then kept it in glass containers (containers)? Or did he commit the most heinous crimes of theft known in the era? It was not clear that Einstein was destined to become a great physicist. In his childhood he loved music and had no interest in physics. In an interview with him, he says: I often think about music and live my daydreams with it. If I were not a physicist, I would probably have been a musician.

But Einstein’s life changed when he received a book on civil engineering full of numbers and calculations. In a short period of time, the book was greedy and he was able to explain his material to his comrades and those around him. Thereafter, a love for contemplation of the universe, the spheres, creation, and gravity arose, especially when his uncle gave him a compass, which was the subject of his great interests. Later he realized that the whole universe can be animated by numbers, hence the giant launch of this world in which control of the music of the universe was taken as one of its primary goals as a physics researcher. During his life, Einstein changed our concepts of space and time in a small way: he connected energy, mass, and the speed of light in the most famous comparison known to history. q = k2, that is, the product of mass times the square of the speed of light is equal to its energy.

What made Einstein’s brain unique? Dr. Jane El-Khalili is a physicist like Einstein who is obsessed with the achievements of his hero. On the other hand, brain specialist Dr. Mark Letko to the secrets of creation within the human mind. The address of Dr. Mark Letko, his colleague d. Jane Al-Khalili says: I think Einstein’s genius came from his imagination, and no human or machine can measure it! Dr. Al-Khalili responds and says: I think Einstein’s genius comes from the neurons that can be analyzed. We can find out what made Einstein a genius.

So which position is correct? To solve the mystery of Einstein’s genius, Mark and Jane must travel to America to find, study, and analyze Einstein’s brain separated from his body.

Nature or nurturing? Biology or education? Is a person born a genius or does it become so? Neurophysiologist Dr. Mark Letko has a penchant for climbing and has found a balance between his hobby and his profession. Now there’s a story about how the brain works. The first is that the brain is like a muscle. Now I have been training to build endurance in my muscles with the hope that I can stay that way for a while.

The second considers the brain as a skeleton and exercise will not change anything. I would never be able to hold this position (when I climb). Mark says: The prevailing belief in Einstein’s days was that the brain is like a skeleton with natural boundaries, but this view has changed these days. Instead, today it is understood that many parts of the brain are like muscles and therefore we can increase their capacity. So if our whole brain works like a muscle, do we all have the potential to be Einstein?

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In the weeks after Einstein’s brain was removed, the anatomist Dr. Harvey from many directions under great pressure. A number of scholars wanted to see the matter. But Harvey did not break in the face of this pressure, so he declared that he had done nothing but dig deeper into the study of this unique brain; He just wanted to be entrusted to him and no one else to entrust the biggest brain known to science. He says: I knew it was a very special brain, so I took good care of it. I injected the arterioles with preservative, which we usually do not do in anatomy. I took a lot of pictures from different angles as soon as I got the brain out of the corpse and then started dividing it.

be dr. Harvey is the first and last person to have Einstein’s whole brain.

In the fifties of the last century, the fashion in neurology was to place the brain under a microscope and examine it. Einstein’s brain is divided into 240 parts. Each part was numbered, sliced ​​and kept in alcohol. Dr. Harvey gave samples to some prominent scientists in the field of neuroscience. Is the essence of genius lurking in this gray matter? If this is true, the secrets of neuroscience will be revealed and dr. Harvey made his reputation and became the man whose mind saved the service of all mankind.

Fifty years ago, that is, before Einstein’s brain was removed, this brain caused a great surprise: Space physics is fixed and does not move: this has been the general concept since the seventeenth century in the time of Isaac Newton. But in 1905, Einstein published three articles that disrupted the balance believed by new theories of the universe. The theory of relativity conveyed the concept of motion to Newton and said that all motion is relative. The concept of time changed from fixed and specific, to another non-spatial dimension, and made time and space a united thing after being treated as two different things. Therefore, it made the concept of time dependent on the speed of objects, and the contraction and expansion of time became a basic concept for understanding the universe, thus changing the whole of classical Newtonian physics. Despite the grandeur of these theoretical concepts, we find that Einstein’s theories fell on rocky ground. As physicists and his world ignored his documents. It would give him no fame and he was not welcome. And people hardly knew about it. Months passed, then in 1906 a glimmer of hope appeared on the horizon through one message. Yes, one message, but this is from the most important physicist of the era: Max Planck. Planck read Einstein’s documents on relativity and realized the importance of their content. The world will never be the same again.

Dr. Jane Khalili and dr. Mark Letko moved to Southern California for this assignment. They will search for Albert Einstein’s brain. Dr. Mark is sure that Einstein’s brain will give a clear explanation for this man’s genius. But dr. Jane is not convinced. Mark Lejean says: I think the genius of Einstein was in his ideas, and I do not think you will find ideas in the containers that preserve the parts of this brain that made physics a revolution in the twentieth century. Everything stemmed from his theory of relativity: the Big Bang, the distribution of the universe and black holes. Wait a moment: all these things: imagination, creation, genius and intelligence all came from his mind, came from his brain, came from his conscious mind. But his conscious mind no longer exists now and at this moment. But what creates conscious thoughts, whether it be specific parts of the brain or connections within the neural turmoil, the brain is the one that produced it, and there are certainly some parts of it. I do not expect to find anything, but I like surprises.

Any development with this exception is capable of producing an empirical and complex theory such as the theory of relativity for the physicist Dr. Jane Al-Khalili is inexplicable by abstract biology.

Einstein was a private employee and his boring job gave him most of the time to think. Einstein’s boredom changed the whole world. One day, on the way home by train, Einstein looked back at the clock tower. Then a childish idea flashed in his head. Imagine the train moving away from the tower at the speed of light, what would the clock look like then? The speed of light does not change; Then he quickly realized that it looked like the clock was off as long as the light did not reach the train. As for the watch he puts in his hand, it will work normally. Einstein had a vision: light can move through the universe at different rates, depending on how fast we travel. Each of us has a different view of time, depending on where we are in the universe. Therefore, relativity was born.

As they make their way to their first destination, Jane and Mark stop in a deserted town where time seems to stand still. One of them said to the other: It was as if time in this place had stopped turning. It’s like a piece of cosmic time. Jane uses this to teach Mark the first lesson in Einstein’s theory of cosmic time that the universe and time are inseparable. Einstein’s theory of relativity says. Time and the universe come together in what is called the four-dimensional cosmic time, in which all times coexist simultaneously. This deserted town is like a piece of cosmic time. Time runs at different rates for different people in different places in space.

• So it’s different for me, for you and for that man. He answered: Yes.
Relativity means that time differs across the universe.
Scientists like Mark see a parallel concept in the human brain. Our mind can sum up the way we perceive time.
Dr. say. Jane, Mark works on:
• So you think relativity is just about time, right? Well, I think that’s the point where my world of physics meets your world of brain, and I can honestly say, give me some food, you’ll enjoy it. Believe me, I’m a neuroscientist.

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