The Contributions Of Albert Einstein

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Neelee Harrison
November 6, 2016
2nd Period
Mrs. Watson

Albert Einstein Research Paper "There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle." (Einstein). Through Albert Einstein 's eyes, everything that exists in the world is a miracle. Einstein 's discoveries have proved the science world that the elements which make up the earth are indeed miracles. Albert Einstein is one of the most accomplished mathematicians and scientists known to man. His contributions to both science and mathematics have affected the way one views the world in a physical sense as well as a theoretical and philosophical sense.
Albert Einstein was born in Ulm, Wurttemberg, Germany on March 14, 1879. Einstein was raised in a middle-class Jewish household where his father, Hermann Einstein was a retailer and an electrician, while his mother, Pauline Koch, was a homemaker. Einstein also had a younger sister, Maja, who was two years younger than him (Albert Einstein-Bio.com).
When Einstein was old enough to be enrolled in school, his father, Hermann Einstein, moved the family to Munich, Germany where Albert Einstein attended elementary school. As a child, Einstein developed a speech impediment which contributed to the struggles he experienced with the rigorous Munich school system. But despite the issues and complications he experienced in school, Einstein formed a sense of curiosity which helped
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