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Milankovic uzorao heavenly furrow at the end of the second, and the results of that work požnjećemo in the third millennium.
MILUTUN MILANKOVIĆ (1879 - 1958)
Milutin Milankovitch, astronomer, geophysicist, climatologist, mathematician, engineer inventor, Dr. techniques, university professor, writer, was born in Dalj 28 May 1879 into a prominent family. About their ancestors, in the genealogy that is compiled for the period from 1690 to 1940, Milankovic says:
"Milankovi descendants, which was named after him Milanković, lived in the next two and a half centuries. Their abilities and aspirations to higher climbed the ranking intellectuals and college boy but his third knee, my great grandfather Todor, who ended the legal science, and educated their sons ". (Memories, experiences and knowledge, in 1879 - 1909, Childhood and adolescence, p. 10.)
Milutin's father Milan and mother Elizabeth, from a prominent family in Osijek Muačević, spawned six children, three of whom died in childhood and early youth, and longlasting were only Milutin, his twin sister Milena and younger brother Bogdan, known romanista and musicologist. Milan Milankovic kept a shop with colonial goods the Danube ships arriving from Vienna, Pressburg and Pest. Milutin's father died very young, when Milutin was just six years, so that the care of children and the estate of over fifty hectares of farmland and vineyards, in addition to the mother, took their uncle Muačević Vasa, who will take care of Milutin until this does not starts to earning an income through engineering practice.
Milutin not regularly attended elementary school, but had private tutors and all four grades of elementary school passed the odjednom1889. year. Great influence on the formation of Milankovitch's personality was the birthplace and its environment, especially the magnificent Danube which flowed beside their gardens.
"When night fell, and the sky appeared countless stars in that which is seen only in the wild, the Danube looked more beautiful, more mysterious and more splendid than during the day. And when looking moonlight, was magical. It was a pleasure to sit in our garden, observe its silver talaščiće and listen to their noise. Beyond his interfere with these trees singing of countless singers. These were the frogs ... I'd have listened to our music. She was the anthem of life, nature and eternal starry sky above our heads. "(Op.cit., P.78.)
In 1889, Milutin enrolled in high school in Osijek. Here the decisive role in his life commitment to have a mathematics professor Vladimir Varicak, the latter famous mathematician, member of the Academy and SASA.
"I've had Varicak said that in the realm of science has somewhere uninhabited and uncultivated regions outside or between dense apprenticeship settlements. I stopped to think about where you are completely or insufficiently treated ends that would there could acquire his humble scholar posed, and perhaps even the estate. "
In 1896 he entered Milankovic to study construction techniques, where for six years gained the title of graduate engineer, and in 1904 he became a doctor of engineering. From 1905th to 1909th works as a civil engineer in several Viennese firms, and recognition of acquired as a designer reinforced - concrete buildings. Reports the six patents whose application will be built numerous buildings in the territory of the Austro-Hungarian monarchy.
At the invitation of the famous scientist Jovan Cvijić, Mihailo Petrovic and Bogdan Gavrilovic, Milankovic leaves profitable job and accepts the position of associate professor of applied mathematics at the newly founded University of Belgrade. On this duty will remain until his retirement in 1955.
Meanwhile, he was elected full member of SASA and corresponding member of the Academy, spent the first world war interned in Budapest, published his most important works, participated at international scientific meetings.
He died in Belgrade on 12 December 1958, and in its sole discretion, his remains were transferred to the distance, in 1966, where he rests in his family plot with his parents, sister, brothers and numerous ancestors among whom were peasants and warriors, officers and generals, court advisers and national tribune, inventor and philosopher.
Entrusted to its inhabitants, it further, to take care of his earthly remains, but his spirit and work have long been part of world heritage.
Milankovic deal crucial cosmic and human issues, sun and ice, from whose mutual relations depends on the emergence and survival of life in the universe. In modest conditions, with the help of pen and paper, a mathematical explained the causes, onset and duration of ice ages on Earth, proved the connection between celestial mechanics and the Earth's climate, theorized movements of the Earth's northern half.
The most significant works are Milankovitch About the application of mathematical theory conducting heat to the problems of cosmic physics and Canon of Insolation of the Earth and Its Application to the Problem of the Ice Ages.
In addition, Milankovic is significant and as a writer. His book of popular science Through the Universe and the Ages is one of the best in its genre, as well as three volume memoir, Memories, experiences and knowledge, where memories of the birth house, on and its environs printed exceptional lyrical tones.
Milankovic is the creator of the most precise calendar so far, which is the calendar year only 2 seconds longer than the tropical year. Milanković's calendar would require the correction only for 28,000 years. This calendar was officially adopted at the Ecumenical Council of Constantinople in 1923, but has never been applied in practice.
Like all visionaries, Milankovic did not live to his theories gain full recognition. Only since 1976, when empirical research has proven the accuracy Milankovićevih theory, his reputation in world science is growing rapidly.
His capital work Canon of Insolation and its application to the problem of ice ages are classified in the most important scientific works of the 20th century. Milutin Milankovitch World Science is ranked among the five greatest scientists of the 20th century, and the NASA space agency, among the 15 greatest scientists of all time who dealt with the planet Earth.
The Milankovitch honor of a crater on the Moon, Mars and one on one planetoid named in his honor. One of the future expedition to Mars will carry Milankovitch name. UNESCO is the year 2009, marking the 130th anniversary of the scholar's birth, declared the Milankovitch year. The world held an international scientific symposium dedicated to Milankovic, and global climate change on Earth makes his work permanently current.