Edmund Edward Fournier d'Albe ( English Edmund Edward Fournier d'Albe ) (1868-1933) - Irish linguist, philosopher, physicist, Esperantist , inventor of optophon .
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Mostly known for his early writings on self-similarity in nature - “Two New Worlds: Inframir and Supramir” and the fractal solution of the Olbers paradox , which formed the basis of the theory of infinite nesting of matter .
In his youth, he was engaged in journalism, later taught at the University of Dublin , under the guidance of G.F. Fitzgerald, in the same place he worked on the creation of an English-Irish dictionary, while studying Esperanto . In 1910, he was appointed Assistant Lecturer in Physics at the University of Birmingham . Conducted research on the electro-optical properties of selenium . In 1923, the world's first wirelessly transmitted a photograph (image of King George V ). In 1926, at the 18th World Congress, Esperanto made a speech "Wireless Telegraphy and Television." D'Alba also traveled to India, where he worked at the Punjabi University in Lahore .
Major scientific papers
- Two new worlds. Inframir and Supramir, 1907
- Hephaestus, or The Soul of the Machine, 1925
- Quo Vadimus? Some Glimpses of the Future, 1925
He also published a number of works exposing famous spiritualists .
- Life of Sir William Crookes (T. Fisher Unwin Ltd., London), 1923
- The Goligher Circle, 1922
- New World for Immortality, 1908
- German National Library , Berlin State Library , Bavarian State Library , etc. Record # 117760595 // General regulatory control (GND)
- New Light on Immortality. - 1908. - ISBN 0543974146 .