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World Year of Physics

Year 2005 is declared as world year of Physics.  Year 2005 is the 100'th anniversary of the, "Miraculous Year" 1905.  In 1905, world's most famous physicist, "Albert Einstein" wrote articles related to three fields: relativity, quantum theory and Brownian motion.
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