An incredibly rare audio recording of the world's most famous theoretical physicist, Albert Einstein, will be auctioned tomorrow, May 4th.
Perhaps even more startling are the themes of the recording – Einstein's love of music, the differences between FDR and Harry Truman and his thoughts on the atomic bomb.
On the 33-minute recording Einstein can hear in his strong German accent that it is a good thing that the former USSR received an atomic bomb. "It's better for the good of the world that the Russians have it too," said Einstein, adding that he knew the former head of the Soviet nuclear program. "I did not give him any secrets," he joked humorously.
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Delano Roosevelt is defeated by the possible development of an atomic bomb. "I very much regret it … I think it was a great misfortune," as he downplayed every kind of idea, he helped develop the bomb.
The world famous scientist believed that FDR and former President Harry Truman were very different men. I would say FDR would not have dropped atomic bombs if it had been alive. "[FDR] … would not have needed it if he had lived … I am convinced that."
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According to 2007 UCLA research, it was estimated that 150,000 people were killed as a result of the Hiroshima bomb and 75,000 died of the bomb that was dropped on Nagasaki, even though the results were rated as "conservative." One word
Einstein also discussed his acquaintance with various European and Soviet scholars and his love of music, including his love of classical music such as Schubert, Beethoven, and Brahams.  "I liked Wagner very much. In my youth, I heard nothing better than Ionescu's violin concerto, "Einstein says.
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Heritage Au The auction house, which sold the rare find, said he "personally … never heard footage of his voice," though Einstein to Le was known around the world. A three-minute preview of the clip is available on the auction house's website.
Heritage added that the recording dates back to 1951, when Einstein sat down with Jack and Frances Rosenburg at the Institute for Advanced Studies at Princeton for a meal.
"Your occasional 1951 entertainment was recorded on long-playing records," Heritage wrote in a description on its website. "It was later transferred to magnetic tape and handed over to today's sender almost thirty years ago."
It's not Clearly, where the original discs are, but when the conversation started, music was also played in.
The initial volume is fairly low, but after a short while it reaches a normal level, with background noise and surface scratches and pops Description. "Einstein speaks, as expected, with a strong German accent." The three-way conversation is interrupted by jokes and laughter, which shows Einstein's sense of humor. "
Bidding for the band starts at $ 3,500, the auction house said, adding The successful bidder also receives a CD with the recording.
EINSTEIN'S KNOWN "GOD" LETTER SOLD IN AUCTION FOR THE ACCEPTING AREA
In recent months, Einstein's letters have found considerable interest in the auction. Together with a letter of June 12, 1939, in which he explained his thoughts on the power of the "Jewish resistance", two more letters were auctioned in March, from which he also carried his thoughts on "Hitler's madness".
A letter in he discussed his Jewish belief as well as "Man's eternal search for meaning," which was sold in December 2018 for a record $ 2.89 million.
Einstein's Note on Theory of Luck, to which he sold for $ 1.56 million in October 2017 at an auction in Jerusalem. The identity of the buyer was not disclosed.
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