Amazing Facts about Albert Einstein - Interesting facts and Quotes by Steve BrendonAmazing Facts about Albert Einstein - Interesting facts and Quotes
Author By Steve Brendon
Who is Albert Einstein?
Albert Einstein, a German-born physicist, is best known for his famous equation, which has been dubbed as ‘the world’s most famous equation’ – “E=mc2.” Albert Einstein was not very satisfied with Newtonian mechanics, as he thought that these theories were not enough to explain classical mechanics and the electromagnetic field. And this inspired him to develop his singular Theory of Relativity.
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When Albert Einstein was five years old his father showed him a simple pocket compass. Einstein was mesmerized. What force exerted itself on the little needle to make it point in a single direction? At first, Einstein hated playing the violin. When Einstein was years old, he quickly changed his mind about the violin when he heard the music of Mozart. With a new passion for playing, Einstein continued to play the violin until the last few years of his life.
All rights reserved. Who was Albert Einstein? Actors Geoffrey Rush and Johnny Flynn share their insights into the man they both portray, at different stages of his life, in National Geographic's series Genius. She was passionate about math and science, and was an aspiring physicist in her own right, but she gave up those ambitions when she married Einstein and became the mother of his children. State Department. In all likelihood, Einstein never saw his daughter in person.
We all know the basics about Albert Einstein. He was one of the greatest scientists of all time. He came up with the theory of relativity. He was born in Germany but moved to America, where he died in And yes, he rocked a wild hairdo. But over the years many other facts about the famous physicist have come to light -- including some that are pretty surprising. Consider these
2. No one knows what happened to his first daughter.
And this inspired him to develop his singular Theory of Relativity. At age 29, his father married Pauline Koch. She was eleven years his junior. He was born at am on Friday, March 14, His parents had planned to name the boy Abraham, after his paternal grandfather.