602 Steinbach Nutcracker Einstein
most complex individual indeed! If there ever was a prototypical
absent-minded professor, he was it. You can tell by just looking
at his hair. It looks like he's never seen a barber in his
life. But oh what a genius he is!
Albert Einstein, the great physicist
(1879-1955), was born in Germany, raised in Switzerland, was director of
the Kaiser-Wilheim-Institute for Physics in Berlin and then taught at
Princeton University in the U.S.A. in 1933. One of his most
important discoveries and best know contributions is his ground breaking
work which led to his Theory of Relativity: E = mc˛. (E stands for
Energy, m stands for mass).
He investigated and proved his
scientific theories by utilizing simple methods. An enormous
amount of practical knowledge has long since been derived from his
theories. It was Einstein's experiments that led Max Planck to the
discovery of the transformations that take place and the enormous
energies that are released by splitting the nucleus of an atom.
It was this discovery that ushered in a
new era, the era in which we now live the Atomic Age.
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