Albert Einstein's Life

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Albert Einstein, a name that changed lives, influenced people and led to many events the world. A wise physicist who discovered the indiscoverable with his mathematical intelligence and his passion for science. A genius that unfortunately led to the world’s biggest fear with his Atomic Bomb. A man who died living footprints of his hard work the world today developing world. March 14th 1879, Pauline and Hermann Einstein, a Jewish couple had a son that they named Albert. At his birth his parents thought he wasn’t normal, he had a very big head and he was too fat. Later on, Albert had a sister named Maja. As a child, Albert loved music, he always used to listen or play the violin, he also loved sailing with his father. As he grew, he never cared about dressing or brushing his hair, all he did was building small models of things. He entered a Catholic church at the age of five. When he finally entered an elementary school, he was an okay student but he was always in trouble even though he was a very religious student. He didn’t clearly speak until the age of nine, another sign for his parents and teacher to believe that he wasn’t normal. Later on, he was kicked out of school, he didn’t tell his parents until they found out by themselves. A compass was what his father gave him when he was sick, laying on his bed. After staying in bed for a long time Albert examined the compass very well. From there on he started to think about it and about how is it made, and how does it work. At the age of ten his uncle gave him a book about geometry that impressed him. From there on Albert Einstein started discovering how much he enjoyed Mathematics and Science. After that all he liked in school was Math and Science, and he didn’t do so well in other subjects. Max Talmud was a student with Einstein in class; they used to study together almost each day. They mostly studied Math and Science. They had a good...
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