Albert Einstein

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Albert Einstein

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1879 -Albert was born in Ulm, Germany. 1884 -His father gave him a compass when he was little and was fascinated by how it worked.1896 -Albert graduates high school at the top of his class and was a year younger than the other students.1905 -Einstein submitted four scientific papers like the theory of relativity. 1921-Einstein earned his first Nobel Prize .1932 -He moved to America because he feared the Hitler and the Nazi they hated him.1955 -Because of heart failure, Albert Einstein died.

Here are some facts you might not know about Albert Einstein: •He invented a type of refrigerator with another scientist in 1926. •Einstein played violin his whole life encouraged by his mother. •Albert worked so hard on his theory of relativity that he lost 50 pounds!


Albert Einstein was important in history because his famous equation E=mc2 led to many things such as cell phones and space travel.


Einstein had many famous quotes: •"Knowledge is limited. Imagination encircles the world." •"I never worry about the future. It comes soon enough." •"Anyone who has never made a mistake has never tried anything new."




Albert Einstein changed the world because his theory of relativity made people think twice about the universe. I think Albert was a brilliant person because he was always determined to spend many days and nights solving complicated math problems. Also, I think Albert was the type of person who always daydreamed because he said, “imagination is more important than knowledge.” I think Einstein meant that he was always thinking about the world and how to make it better. Another reason why I think Albert was an amazing scientist is that he always asked “why?” In my mind, I think that is why he became an unforgettable scientist because he would always work hard to find out the answers and would always question everything.

Albert EinsteinBy Katie F.


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