The Greatest Scientific Geniuses Of Albert Einstein

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hink of Albert Einstein, I picture the famous photo of a man with messy, gray hair sticking his tongue out at the photographers. He is not only famous by his image, but also known as the most famous physicist and one of the greatest scientific geniuses of all time. Albert Einstein was too genius, and his geniuses actually made it difficult for us to learn his political views. He was pacifist. He believed in peace, like Gandhi Mohandas, but by the end of war he contributed to the killing of more than 150,000 people in Japan by giving an idea of how a bomb could be produced to President Roosevelt. What changed his Pacifist? Did he change his mind on a whim? Albert Einstein was born on March 14, 1879 in Ulm, Germany. His parents were Hermann and Pauline. He was raised as a secular Jewish. Until the age of 9 Albert Einstein was locked the ability to speak fluently and until age 15 he did not have any degree; moreover, he could not find a job after graduating collage easily. However on age 25, he introduced many important principles, such as the “Special Theory of Relativity” The equation of “E=MC2” in 1905 known as Albert Einstein “Miracle Year.” Even after introduced many important principles, genius life did not go well. In 1933 he decided to leave his own country forever with his family. Einstein did not like the things he saw that were happening in Germany. German was becoming dangerous place to him. After lost in World War I Germans started to believe that all the bad

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