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Transcript of Albert Einstein
He was a slow learner compared to other children
Though slow, he is intelligent and curious individual
He impacted the world through his theories of special and general relativity
Today, his E=mc2 theory is considered the worlds most famous equation
With a citizenship in multiple countries, he had more influence than most physicists
Many people didn't believe in his theories
Back in the Early 1900's, they don't have the technology to prove if he's right
He was turned down from a teaching career, multiple times
•Sterling Biographies: Albert Einstein: The Miracle Mind–August 1, 2007 by Tabatha Yeatts
So what was his way to fame?
World War II Erupts in 1939
Einstein wrote a letter to the president in a attempt to create a nuclear bomb
Thus, the Manhattan Project came to be
In conclusion, Albert Einstein, is one of the worlds most famous and influential physicist
Imagination is more important than knowledge
He and his wife Elsa were world travelers
There are 2 theories of relativity:
General and Special relativity
General Relativity focuses on gravitation and how it works
A special Relativity is the relationship between space and time
And he was also known for:
General relativity and special relativity
Theory of Brownian Motion
Einstein field equations
Unified Field Theory