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Albert Einstein

Albert Einstein!

Q. What is Albert Einstein most famous for?A.The Annus Mirabilis papers, which are four articles are about the photoelectric effect,Brownian motion, the special theory of relativity, and E= mc squared-"The world's most famous equation" Albert Einstein also won the 1921 “Nobel prize for physics”

Q.Why did Albert Einstein decide to be a scientist when he grew up?A.His father once showed him a pocket compass; Einstein realized that there must be something causing the needle to move, despite the apparent "empty space".

Q.Who was Albert Einstein’s family?A.Hermann Einstein and Pauline Einstein were the parents of Maria "Maja" Einstein and her older brother, Albert Einstein.

Q.How long did Albert Einstein live?A.Albert Einstein was born March 15th,1878, in Ulm, Germany, and he died on April 18th, 1955, in Princeton, New Jersey. So he lived about 77 years.

Q. Where did Albert Einstein live?A. Albert Einstein has lived in Munich-Germany, Princeton-New Jersey, Bern-Switzerland, and he was born in Ulm-Württemberg-Germany

Q.When did Albert Einstein become an official scientist?A".Einstein got a job in Bern at the Federal office of intellectual property, the patent office, as an assistant examiner. He evaluated patent applications for a variety of devices including a gravel sorter and an electro-mechanical typewriter. In 1903, Einstein's position at the Swiss Patent Office became permanent, although he was passed over for promotion until he "fully mastered machine technology".

"The difference between stupidity and genius is that genius has its limits."-Albert Einstein

"Most of the fundamental ideas of science are essentially simple, and may, as a rule, be expressed in a language comprehensible to everyone."-Albert Einstein



Young Albert Einstein

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Sources"Albert Einstein." Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation, 17 Nov. 2014. Web. 16 Nov. 2014.


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