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    Planck, Albert Einstein, and Louis-Victor Broglie, the fathers of modern-day quantum physics, who paved the road with their discoveries for future generations to come. Max Planck does not receive enough credit because he led a devastating home life. When all of his children died within three years of each other,…

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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…

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    acknowledge Albert Einstein as one of the greatest physicists of all time. Even if they do not know specifically what he accomplished, they know his influence on the world is staggering. Despite many obstacles Einstein persevered and was able to create a prestigious reputation for himself although many doubted him. While many know he discovered brilliant things, few know about the fascinating life that led to all of his groundbreaking discoveries. Albert Einstein was born on March 14, 1879,…

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    A genius, a scientist, a man who was ahead of his time, an alien? Many people don’t know much about Albert Einstein other than he was a crazy scientist with crazy hair, but he in fact also had some crazy ideas and theories that make life as we know it today make sense scientifically. He lived throughout a time of war and poverty, running from the military, and then later helping the US Navy build weapons to fight against his birthplace, Germany. Some of the things Albert Einstein discovered and…

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    Albert Einstein, considered one of the sharpest minds in history, died unfulfilled. All of his life since he was a kid, he had been in awe from the natural phenomena of the world. Taken over by passion, Einstein put his whole focus on science. Even as a brilliant child, teachers thought he would never amount to anything, because of his lack of interest in anything other than sciences and math. Einstein and I share the same hyperfocus towards our passions that blindly leads us away from other…

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    Albert Einstein was one the most important scientists of his time. Mostly because of his discoveries and theories.Two of his theories have caught my attention: the theory of relativity or the theory of gravitation. I have found his works to be entertaining and educational while also being realistic and inspirational. Albert Einstein was a brilliant mind in his time. Well into the 21st century, he still continues to teach and give insight on important matters such as studies on gravity and…

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    Albert Einstein is universally looked to as one of the most influential physicists of the 20th century, with his studies making a extensive impact on the understanding of the universe. He was born with a curious mind and strived to understand everything going on in the world around him as well as the world outside his perception. This drive lead him to develop theories that would enhanced the way scientists analyze the universe today, opening new avenues of discovery. Albert Einstein was born…

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    Many people in the world don 't realize that one of the greatest minds had possible learning disabilities. Albert Einstein at a younger age was labeled as dull, dyslexic, even autistic or schizophrenic. However, he overcame these “labels” and became very famous for his scientific knowledge. When Einstein was 16 years old, he always wondered what it would be like to ride his bike on a beam of light, 10 years later he came up with a special theory of relativity, which lead him to find out that…

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    profound and influential geniuses of our time was Albert Einstein, a theoretical physicist who is credited with the development of the theory of relativity, which has become a monumentally influential development in the field of physics. This famous, nobel-prize winning scientist originated from rather humble beginnings. Einstein was born on March 14th, 1879 in Germany. His father was a engineer and salesman while his mother stayed at home with the children. The family business was…

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    Most people imagine time as a constant. Physicist Albert Einstein illustrated that time is an illusion that it is relative which it can differ for different observers depending on the speed through space. To Einstein, time is a fourth dimension and space is described as a three-dimensional field, which provides a traveler with coordinates such as length, height and width showing location. Time provides one more coordinate direction although conventionally, it only moves forward. Time…

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