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November 12, 2020 41 min
GPS’en er et teknologisk vidunder, der hjælper os med at finde vej. Men havde det ikke været for verdens bedst kendte videnskabsmand, Albert Einstein, og hans to relativitetsteorier – den specielle og den generelle – så ville vi aldrig komme frem. Ikke, at han selv nogensinde tænkte, at teorierne kunne bruges på den måde.
Men hvorfor? Lyt til episoden, hvor professor i fysik ved RUC Jeppe Dyre guider os fra Roskilde til København uden GPS og undervejs viser rundt i Einsteins relativitetsteorier og hele teknologien bag GPS'en.

Produceret af Science Report for Det Kongelige Danske Videnskabernes Selskab
Vært: Kristoffer Frøkjær
Tilrettelæggelse, optagelse og redigering: Jens Munch
Speak: Tanja Kjeldgaard
Producer: Tor Arnbjørn
Musik: Carl Frøkjær-Jensen
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