Date: Wed Apr 25 18:42:56 2007

Author: John Hubisz

Subject: Re: Bees -propolis

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That was a long time ago. I wonder what he might say today.

John Hubisz

Bernard Cleyet wrote:
>
> "Anyway, I like Einstein's remarks about non-physics related things a
> lot too. He was a really sharp kid."
> ---------------------
> You know he was a "rabid" socialist? A teacher's union uses for their
> advertising his statement about unionism.
>
> bc, charter union negotiator local 9119 CWA
>
> ------------------------
> */“I consider it important, indeed urgently necessary, for
> intellectual workers to get together, both to protect their own
> economic status and also, generally speaking, to secure their
> influence in the political field.”
>
> /*—Albert Einstein, Nobel Prize winning physicist and founding member
> of AFT Local 552
>
>
> *"It is the supreme art of the teacher to awaken joy in creative
> expression and knowledge."*
>
> /Albert Einstein, Charter member of AFT Local 552
> Princeton, New Jersey/
>
>
>
> Urs Lauterburg wrote:
>>> P.S. Hey Urs, did Einstein really say that?
>>
>> Jerry,
>>
>> Well to be honest I don't really know, because he did not say it to
>> me personally ;-) I most certainly would not have understood what he
>> said because he ceased when I was just two years old.
>>
>> If you google ''Einstein Bees'' you get a lot of citations on this.
>> It may be kind of like this statement, who knows though:
>>
>> http://www.markturner.net/?q=node/2191
>>
>> With the internet inflation of urban legends ist seems to have the
>> ''unresolved status''
>>
>> http://www.snopes.com/quotes/einstein/bees.asp
>>
>> Anyway, I like Einstein's remarks about non-physics related things a
>> lot too. He was a really sharp kid.
>>
>> Urs
>>
>> Urs Lauterburg
>> Physics demonstrator
>> Physikalisches Institut
>> University of Bern
>> Switzerland
>>
>>

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That was a long time ago. I wonder what he might say today.

John Hubisz

Bernard Cleyet wrote:




"Anyway, I like Einstein's remarks about non-physics related things a
lot too. He was a really sharp kid."

---------------------
You know he was a "rabid" socialist? A teacher's union uses for their
advertising his statement about unionism.

bc, charter union negotiator local 9119 CWA

------------------------
“I
consider it important, indeed urgently necessary, for intellectual
workers to get together, both to protect their own economic status and
also, generally speaking, to secure their influence in the political
field.”

—Albert Einstein, Nobel Prize winning physicist and
founding member of AFT Local 552



"It is
the
supreme art of the teacher to awaken joy in creative expression and
knowledge."
Albert
Einstein, Charter member of AFT Local 552
Princeton, New Jersey


Urs Lauterburg wrote:

P.S. Hey Urs, did Einstein really say
that?


Jerry,

Well to be honest I don't really know, because he did not say it to me
personally ;-) I most certainly would not have understood what he said
because he ceased when I was just two years old.

If you google ''Einstein Bees'' you get a lot of citations on this. It
may be kind of like this statement, who knows though:

http://www.markturner.net/?q=node/2191


With the internet inflation of urban legends ist seems to have the
''unresolved status''

http://www.snopes.com/quotes/einstein/bees.asp


Anyway, I like Einstein's remarks about non-physics related things a
lot too. He was a really sharp kid.

Urs

Urs Lauterburg
Physics demonstrator
Physikalisches Institut
University of Bern
Switzerland







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