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Albert Einstein Einstein's Early Life Albert Einstein was born in Ulm, Germany on March 14, 1879. As a child, Einstein revealed an extraordinary curiosity for understanding the mysteries of science (started only at age 10/11). A typical child (only to his socio-economic class educated middle class), Einstein took music lessons, playing both the violin and piano, a passion that followed him into adulthood. Moving first to Italy and then to Switzerland, the young prodigy graduated from high-school in 1896. Video:Biography of Albert Einstein Videos Video:How Einstein Changed the World How did Einstein impact the Cold War? He urged international control of atomic weapons to defuse international tensions and warned of the threat of nuclear war. He campaigned against McCarthy's Un-American Senate sub-committee's witchhunt of scientists and others during the soviet spy paranoia. What did Einstein contribute to the world? Einstein was an intelligent man. The most well known equation he created was the e=mc^2.
E is energy, m is mass, and c is the speed of light in a vacuum. The equation E = mc2
indicates that energy always exhibits mass in whatever form the energy takes.It does
not imply that mass may be “converted” to energy, for modern theory holds that neither
mass nor energy may be destroyed, but only moved from one location to another. Who is Albert Einstein? Einstein is a universal symbol of intelligence.He was a physicist, philosopher,
inventor, mathematician, pacifist, and Zionist. Often, Einstein is known as the
Father of Modern Physics. His contribution to physics, math, science, and politic
is numerous. In his entire life, Einstein has published more than 300 scientific
and over 150 non-scientific works.
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