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Einstein. Albert Einstein was born in Wurttemberg, Germany from Pauline and Herman Einstein. His father owned an electric company,

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Albert Einstein Over a century ago, there was a man who showed exceptional intelligence. This man was a thinking genius who showed his creative ideas through his natural capacity of thinking. The qualities in retrospect helped him gain world renowned fame for his work and publications. Even to this day, this man is known as one of history's most influential thinkers. This man is Albert Einstein. Albert Einstein was born in Wurttemberg, Germany from Pauline and Herman Einstein. His father owned an electric company, Elektrotechnische Fabrik J. Einstein & CIE, where you could often find Einstein curiously observing all of his father's electrical equipment as young as age five. Albert attended a Catholic elementary school, where he had speech difficulty at a young age was a top student in school. ...read more.

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He worked at a patent office which many agree was a waste of his own talent. It didn't connect with his true calling of physics, but Einstein did it just as a temporary job. On January 6, 1903, Einstein got married to Mileva Maric. They were more of a duel partnership than a couple. Things in this ordinary life would soon change though, when he started to publish his theories and his ideas. In 1905, while he was working in the patent office, Einstein had four different papers published in the popular Annalen Der Physik. After these publications, Einsteins life would change forever. His most famous paper on the equivalence of matter and energy, which before was considered to be two different and distinct concepts, made his equation of special relativity which later became the most famous expression in all of science: E = mc2. ...read more.

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He died at age 76. He left a legacy that would and will still be kept for years to come. An example would be when the United States National Academy of Sciences commissioned the Albert Einstein Memorial, a bronze marble sculpture dedicated to him in 1979 in Washington, D.C. Also, in 1999, Einstein was named "Person of the Century" by Time magazine. He had so many great accomplishments that were beneficial to our modern world. For a man of his time, Einstein was of course one of the most supreme intellects of all time. His idea's helped to shape a new way of thinking that influences our society to this day. He will always be remembered for his unbelievable discoveries and publicized works and will live on like any other legacy. He is without a doubt one of the most predominant, creative, and leading physicist in all time. He is until the end of time a brilliant mastermind. ...read more.

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