A living genius some would say. Einstein was an exceptional learner. He took bold steps out of the normal science teachings searching the world for more answers. What made Einstein so fascinated by science was it his family, teachings or friends? One will just have to keep guessing to find out the true philosophy of Einstein’s life and true thinking’s. For now he’s just a part of life changing history.
Albert Einstein was born on March 14, 1879, in Ulm, Germany. From a young age, Albert was already an excelling learner. Albert was born into a middle-class German, Jewish family. Within a year of his life a change has already been made as the family moved to Munich in 1880. In 1881, Einstein’s sister, Maria, was born. His parents were worried for Einstein’s future because he barely ever spoke till age three. When Albert turned twelve, he was fascinated by his science book. Einstein made a huge choice at age 15 deciding to quit high school because; he was disgusted by the teachers and their teachings. The Einsteins’ packed their bags and electro technical business to Italy where Einstein went to a Swiss school. Shortly after Einstein left to go the Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich to go to school. The 1900’s was a fast motioned time for Einstein; he graduated with an unexceptional record and was able to receive a job as a patent examiner. Einstein married a woman from school. Einstein wrote four papers on fundamentals in just a few months. Einstein’s forth paper expressed about mass and energy being the same thing (E=mc2). E=mc2 means energy is equal to Mass times the speed of light. Around this time Einstein quoted, "I want to know how God created this world. I am not interested in this or that phenomenon, in the spectrum of this or that element. I want to know His thoughts; the rest are details."
Albert received his first full-time physics job as an assistant professor at the University of Zurich. Einstein, his wife, and two sons all moved to...
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