Amazing Facts about Albert Einstein - Interesting facts and Quotes by Steve BrendonAmazing Facts about Albert Einstein - Interesting facts and Quotes
Author By Steve Brendon
Who is Albert Einstein?
Albert Einstein, a German-born physicist, is best known for his famous equation, which has been dubbed as ‘the world’s most famous equation’ – “E=mc2.” Albert Einstein was not very satisfied with Newtonian mechanics, as he thought that these theories were not enough to explain classical mechanics and the electromagnetic field. And this inspired him to develop his singular Theory of Relativity.
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9 Things You May Not Know About Albert Einstein
Though most of us today know him for this Theory of Relativity, he actually did not win the Noble Prize for that theory. That is one of the many interesting facts about this great scientist. Let us today learn 45 interesting Albert Einstein facts and find out more about the personal and professional life of this one of the greatest man to have ever lived on Earth. Einstein was born in Germany on March 14, At birth his head had a weird shape.
And this inspired him to develop his singular Theory of Relativity. At age 29, his father married Pauline Koch. She was eleven years his junior. He was born at am on Friday, March 14, His parents had planned to name the boy Abraham, after his paternal grandfather.
When Albert Einstein was five years old his father showed him a simple pocket compass. Einstein was mesmerized. What force exerted itself on the little needle .
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2. He Was Inspired by a Compass
22 Surprising Facts About: Albert Einstein
Einstein was said to be a very slow talker as a child. He is said to not have begun speaking until around the age of five, which worried his parents into believing that he might be "slow. As a child, young Albert was once struck ill, and to keep him entertained while he was bedridden, his father gave him a compass. It fascinated him and was said to be the first scientific thing he studied, as he immediately knew that some kind of invisible force caused the compass to point north. Einstein's mother was a piano player and instilled a love of music in him from a young age.