Albert Einstein was born on March 14, 1879 in the southern city of, Ulm, Wurttemberg Germany. His family consisted of his parents, Hermann Einstein and Pauline Koch, he only had one sibling, a sister named Maria who was known by Maja. Maja was Albert's only friend/sibling throughout his childhood. Since a young age, Einstein developed a devotion for science and math. With his family by his side, Einstein was able to accomplish all of his goals. To becoming one of the greatest minds of science. Furthermore
This is a famous quote by scientist and mathematician Sir Isaac Newton. He changed the world’s point of view by proposing the principles of gravity and the law of color. Although he faced through challenges and challengers, he became one of the greatest geniuses that ever lived. As we see in his quote, the “giants” were in fact Newton’s idols like Galileo and Rene Descartes.He studied their work and then came up with his ideas and inventions. Legend says that an apple fell on his head, hence he made
least one very powerful potential. What is that potential? The potential to develop a high performance mind that more fully represents our true capabilities. We now know that our brains are so changeable that a new scientific term had to be developed - brain plasticity. And the scientific evidence in the last 15 years has proven beyond a doubt that genius is not a born quality, it is developed (and can be learned). The same is true for high performance minds. So how can this best be accomplished?
Many people hail “The Star Spangled Banner” as the greatest piece of American music. The audiences of America’s national anthem seem, instinctively, eager to express their respect by embracing the notion to remove their hats and stand up. However, not many people ponder over the question of what “The Star Spangled Banner” truly means. What does it mean? Why does it deserve so much reverence and honor? What exceptional difference allows it to prevail over the masterpieces of prominent composers
three pillars: the quantum theory, which describes atoms and their nuclei, Special Relativity, which deals with the relationship between space and time and General Relativity, which explains gravity. The latter two were the sole creations of Albert Einstein and even the former received a crucial
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