Albert Einstein Biography

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Albert Einstein, born on March 19th of 1879, was thought to have had a mental disorder as a child. Little did everyone know he would grow up to be known as the most influential physicist of the 21st century. He was born into a Jewish family and spent most of his childhood in Munich, Germany, before moving to Pavia, Italy with his family. His parents worried about him throughout his infant and toddler years, mainly because he looked odd after birth, having a large, misshapen head and he did not begin to talk until the age of four. It was within the next year of Albert´s life, his family realized how intellectually inclined he was at the young age of five. Einstein hated high school because it was so strict, which led him to be rebellious, despite the fact that he was highly intelligent. Throughout Einstein 's life, he wrote many papers, developed theories, and went above and beyond in the scientific world, which led to him being considered the greatest physicist of the 20th century. Albert Einstein lived a long life and …show more content…
With age, Albert became even more secluded and tended to spend a lot of time alone, aside from public appearances. He had actually been preparing a speech he would be giving to honor the anniversary of Israel when he had an aneurism (Albert Einstein Biography biography.com). Surgery was the only option for Albert Einstein to save his life, but he surprisingly refused. He believed he had accomplished all he had wanted in life and it was his time to go. He passed away on April 18, 1955, living to be 76 years old. After his passing, without the permission of his family, the doctors removed his brain to be studied (Santoso, neatorama.com). His brain can still be found at Princeton University Medical

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