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Exists independently of us human beings and which stands before us like a great, eternal riddle, at least partially accessible to our inspection and thinking. 85 Commenting on another occasion, Einstein recalled, At the age of 12 I experienced a second wonder of a totally diﬀerent nature: in a little book dealing with Euclidian plane geometry, which came into my hands at the beginning of a school year. Here were assertions, as for example the intersection of the three altitudes of a triangle in one point, which – though by no means evident – could nevertheless be proved with such certainty that any doubt appeared to be out of the question.
7 The Copernican system. ) Planet Minor axis Sun Major axis Focus Focus Fig. 8 Kepler’s ﬁrst law: Elliptical planetary orbits. 2 Historical Background 9 D A C Sun Focus Focus B 1 (R)(Rdq) 2 dA = 1 (R)(Rq)= 1 R2q = constant 2 dt 2 dA = Rdq dq Fig. 9 Kepler’s second law: The equal area rule for planetary orbits. 1 (Pluto) (Neptune) (Uranus) 3 Earth Fig. 10 Kepler’s third law: R = τ2 constant for planets around the sun. 0 Following Brahe’s discovery of the mutability of the heavenly sphere, Kepler’s elliptical orbits were another dent in the perfection of the heavens (circular orbits).
A Search for an Einstein Relativity-Gravitational Effect in the Sun (1917)(en)(3s) by St. John C.E.