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    I wanted to learn, I wanted to help and I wanted to contribute. “I wonder,” I said, “if I can come here more often and put my hands on it too.” “You’ll need to get a permit from the lab.” The more I visited, the more I wanted to get involved. I sent an application for a permit as a volunteer working with Ying and couldn’t wait till the permit was granted. At the beginning, after completing household chores I rode my bike to the lab for a few hours each time. As the days went on, I stayed longer

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    biography, Albert Einstein The Miracle Mind by Tabatha Yeatts. Einstein was born on March 14,1879 in Ulm, Germany. He died on April 18, 1955 in Princeton, NJ. Einstein is famous for his equation E = m c2. In this equation E represents the units of energy, m represents the units of mass, and c 2 is the speed of light squared, or multiplied by itself according to Dictionary.com.This is one of Einstein’s most remembered accomplishments. Einstein’s equation, E = m c2 , is one of his many accomplishments. He

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    Einstein was born March 14, 1879, in Ulm Germany. Einstein's mother and father are, Hermann Einstein and Pauline Koch Einstein. EInstein was very slow to learn to speak. His parents thought he may be retarded. Einstein started violin lessons at age 6. At age 6 Einstein attended school at Petersschule on Blumenstraße. At age 10 he attended school at Luitpold gymnasium in Munich. As a boy Einstein’s teachers called him slow and lazy. At the age of 15 his teacher said that there was nothing left to

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    Background Hermann Ludwig Ferdinand Helmholtz was born August 31, 1821 in Potsdam, Prussia to the Potsdam Gymnasium instructor of philosophy and literature, August Ferdinand Julius Helmholtz and Caroline Penn, descendent of William Penn, the founder of Pennsylvania (Cite brit). A product of a rich, intellectual environment, Helmholtz grasped complex concepts in various academic subjects. His father introduced him to philosophies that inspired him to broaden his mindset and explore English, Science

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    Albert Einstein By Paul Nguyen Introduction The person I chose was Albert Einstein, who was born in, Germany March 14, 1879 and died in, New Jersey, April 18th, 1955. The reason why I picked him is because he made a huge impact on the world by changing the world’s thinking about how to determine the speed of light and all his quote. The thing he was well known for was making the theory E=MC2. A quote he said was, “Imagination is more important

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    Albert Einstein is widely known for the atomic bomb, his studies in physics and medicine, also proving gravity was a pushing force. Einstein had a lot of adversity in his life, but he surmounts the negative connotations of him and other Jews. Einstein faced adversity during his life, he had to take several breaks in his research, but he triumphed over it by proving everyone wrong. Einstein went to university at the university of Zurich, he had many jobs, he was at risk during the holocaust and wars

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    years first in trying to prove that the quantum theory had inconsistencies in it. No one could have been more ingenious in thinking up unexpected and clever examples; but it turned out that the inconsistencies were not there; and often their resolution could be found in earlier work of Einstein himself. When that did not work, after repeated efforts, Einstein had simply to say that he did not like the theory. He did not like the elements of indeterminacy. He did not like the abandonment of continuity

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    Albert Einstein was a very smart and intelligent person who had his own adversities.He didnt try in school but when he did he was very intelligent, “ Einstein was no child prodigy; his grades were poor, his focus in the classroom was sporadic, and when he first tried to get into college, he failed the entrance exam.”(Levins) His grades were so bad at the time which made it hard for him to pass the entrance exam.He never got a chance to even try college because he failed the entrance exam.He wasn't

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    The definition honor is to be regarded with high respect; esteem. My definition of respect is more or less the same thing. Max Planck was born on April 23, 1858 in Germany. He was born to a very well off family whose father was a professor. When Max turned nine his father received an appointment at the University of Munich. Planck joined the Maximillian Gym and met a teacher there, Hermann Muller, that shared his interest in mathematics and physics. He excelled in all of his subjects. Max graduated

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    “The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious. It is the source of all true art and science” (Einstein). As stated in this quote, Albert Einstein was a thinker of great proportions, and he accomplished many feats. The physicist was born on March 14, 1879 in Ulm, Germany, and he passed away April 18, 1955 in Princeton, New Jersey. He made large changes across the world especially in the United States of America. His advancements in experimental theories, involvement in WWI, and in

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