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Albert Einstein

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Transcript of Albert Einstein

Albert Einstein
Fun Facts
Background Information
Historical Contributions
Philosophical Contributions
Scientific Contributions
Einstein's high school professors said that he was destined to failure.
Albert Einstein was born on March 14, 1879 and died on April 18, 1955.
Einstein wrote many books
Einstein thought about the Unified Field Theory for the last thirty years of his life. He wanted to provide a basis to explain the universe in a way other than quantum mechanics, which described activities in terms of probabilities. He may have not succeeded, but other scientists had continued his research. Since then, the weak and strong nuclear forces have been discovered.
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After Albert Einstein died, his brain was removed for research. It was then cut into more than 100 pieces and sent across the world.
When Albert Einstein died, his final words died with him. The nurse at his side didn't understand German.
He grew up in Ulm, Kingdom of Wuttermberg, German Empire.
His main historical contribution is involuntarily developing the atomic bomb that was dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

Nagasaki and Hiroshima left the remaining citizens with third degree burns, blindness, and cancer. That is why he did not encourage the bombing. However, his theory was released to the developers of the Manhattan project.
Mathematical Contributions
Einstein is well-known for his equation E=mc . This algebraic equation states that matter and energy are interchangeable.
Energy can transform into matter and matter can transform into energy. The "e" stands for energy. The "m" stands for mass. The "c" stands for acceleration. This equation is important because it is the basic equation of nuclear physics. This equation is also used in particle physics to calculate the masses of particles produced and to calculate the energy needed to produce particular particles.
Literary Contributions
Quotes by Einstein
Works Cited
10 Facts About .com. Ten Fun Facts About Albert Einstein. Not Dated. March 2013.

Albert Einstein Site .com. Albert Einstein Fun Facts. January 2012. March 2013.

Buzzle .com. Accomplishments of Albert Einstein. December 2011. March 2013.

Doug Long .com. Albert Einstein and the Atomic Bomb. Not Dated. March 2013.

Quest Acon .edu .au. Einstein’s Scientific Achievements. 2012. March 2013.

Steve Pavlina .com. Albert Einstein’s Philosophy. July 2011. March 2013.
He was a German-born theoretical physicist.
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The Manhattan project consisted of a group of scientists who were trying to develop the atomic bomb.
Einstein had a very excessive love of books
He published over 100 books
Some books were filled up with random notes and drawings that book publishers find interesting
Einstein's philosophy emphasized the importance of creativity
He believed that education was important, but imagination and innovation was even more important
There are people who think that the Nagasaki
and Hiroshima bombings were Einstein's fault.
But that is absolute false information. The Manhattan project used Albert Einstein's Theory of Relativity and bombed Nagasaki and Hiroshima.
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