Albert Einstein Was Famous for His Creative Imagination, and Proved to the World That His Mind Was the Most Creative in the 20th Century.

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Albert Einstein Creative Thinking Paper

Albert Einstein is a creative physics that the world has known and benefit from. Einstein helps the world through his useful inventions that the world has found to be easy and safe not for the good of mankind as well the environment. There are positive benefits to Einstein inventions and through them the world can tap into the mind of Einstein. Because of Einstein, nuclear power is a chosen source for energy instead of fossil fuel, and the world can help developing countries by recreating Einstein’s absorption refrigerators.

Albert Einstein was famous for his creative imagination, and proved to the world that his mind was the most creative in the 20th century. Today, the world realizes the necessity of eco-friendly machinery and its requests from countries that are developing. Albert Einstein help the world with the idea to become more eco-friendly through his inventions like the absorption refrigerator that ran solely on a gas burner. Einstein had made available his design in 1926 the non-electric refrigerator with eco-friendly features for third world countries in need. After Einstein death, the University of Oxford designed a prototype to present as an eco-friendly edition (Valdez,).

Through creativity Einstein supplied to the world his theory of relativity in comparison to energy and mass. Einstein created a formula E+MC2 that helped in developing atomic forces, which later result in the making of military hardware. Through these atomic forces weapons were created that helped the world to have an edge on Germany through the Atomic bomb. Many nuclear power plants have been created friendly for the world environment and less expensive than fossil fuel (go green).

Albert Einstein quotes “Imagination is more than knowledge. For knowledge is limited to all we now know and understand, while imagination embraces the entire world, and all there ever will be to know and...
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