2013/03/27 at 10:55
As it is today, it was then, the users and abusers in power, and who aspire to power, and scientists who have lost their direction through academic subterfuge and coercion, who are, and were, the harbingers of exploitation of the worst kind....man's inhumanity to man! The First Amendment which Einstein stood behind has ever since been torn and shredded by those very despots of corporate American power that hounded Einstein; in fact the constitution is in tatters in relation to all being born equal, and Liberty and equality along with fraternity, have been tossed into the landfills of American Corporate Progress. They will re-write history as they see fit! And may yet succumb to the burning of books themselves, in the name of their god, in their attempt to retain power at all costs!
2013/08/30 at 12:42
Had to stop halfway through due to the horrendous music drowning out the narration, such a shame!
2013/08/24 at 22:35
And the edisonian patent office appropriations
Bryan Chaidez Coronel:
2013/04/20 at 13:20
Am i the only one who had trouble with the lagged audio?? And the fact that the video ended as if there's a second part to this?
2013/03/27 at 13:59
He was a great man, and will pass this on.
2013/03/27 at 11:16
Very valued video, wish , to be circulated widely.
2013/05/19 at 18:38
very moving video. he offered so very much to the world and for the betterment of humankind. and yet in the end he carried the knowledge of what he saw as a mistake and the guilt there of, of being thought the father of the atomic bomb. I can not fathom the horror he must have felt over the development and the usage of that bomb. all those lives lost and/or changed are uncountable. and yet the lives saved are also beyond measure. we can only speculate where this orld would be today if it had not been for Einstein and the bomb.
Faster Than Rajnikanth Bulk Orders Utility:
2013/04/11 at 14:50
ALBERT EINSTEIN – HOW I SEE THE WORLD.
2013/04/12 at 01:37
no one is perfect.
2013/05/19 at 16:50
we are all perfect and whole. its your perception that we are not.
2013/04/11 at 16:23
he achievement is superb but his personal life of family is a little sad, pity, otherwise he would be perfect!
2013/04/11 at 20:40
2013/08/25 at 14:33