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Albert Einstein

Albert Einstein

Late LifeIn 1921 Albert was awarded the Nobel prize for his services to theoretical physics, and for his discovery of the law of the photoelectric effect. On December 20, 1936 Albert’s second wife Elsa Einstein died. Albert died on April 18, 1955. He died in Princeton, NJ. He died because he was having internal bleeding because his abdominal aortic aneurysm ruptured that had been previously been reinforced surgically. Albert was 76 when he died.

AccomplishmentsAlbert Einstein contributed more than any man in history to the development of our world. He provided empirical evidence for the atomic theory. Also, he solved the riddle of the photoelectric effect. He proposed the special theory of relativity. And he proposed the general theory of relativity. Albert came up with the concept of rest energy through his famous equation E=MC2. Also he collaborated with bose to predict the existence of Bose-Einstein condensate.

Middle LifeAlbert had no money so he got a job at a patent office. In 1903 Albert married Mileva Maric. In 1904 Albert’s son Hans Albert Einstein. Some of the greatest scientific achievements were suggested him for example, space travel. While Albert was working at the patent office he published a bunch of scientific papers. While he was writing those he came up with the equation E=MC2. In 1909 he left the patent office and went to the university of Zurich to teach the study of physics. Albert left his wife and sons and married his cousin Elsa.

Early LifeAlbert Einstein was born on March 14, 1879 in Ulm, Germany. When He was a 1 year old Albert’s family moved to Munich, Germany. His parents Herman and Pauline were worried that there was something wrong with him because he never said a word but all of a sudden at dinner his first words “The soup is too hot.” Albert was a very poor student that got kicked out of school when he was young. He started high school when he was ten years old. His family was jewish but he went to a catholic school. When he was 15 his family moved to Italy but they left him behind to finish school. Albert had a scientific paper published in a magazine when he was still a teenager. He went to college at Swiss Federal Polytechnics. When he finished college he went to live on his own.



Interesting FactsAlbert Einstein was offered to be the president of Israel but he declined politely. Albert failed his university entrance exam so he had to reapply a year later.Einstein was famous for having a bad memory.Albert’s eyes remain in a safe box in NYC.Albert did not like to wear socks.

Making A Difference Albert Einstein made a huge difference in our world. He made a difference by inventing new science and math works. For example he figured out the equation for nuclear fission, leading the way for the atomic bomb and nuclear power. A lesson that can be learned from Albert’s life is to always work hard try to do your best all the time. You can learn to always work hard because whenever albert had a second of free time from his job he would be working on his theory’s or making new equation and theory’s. You can apply this lesson to yourself by always working hard and pushing yourself to be your best.


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