ALBERT EINSTEIN (truly the synonymous of genius)

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ALBERT  EINSTEIN (Truly the synonymous of genius )


Born –  14 March 1879 (in Ulm, Germany)

Dies 18 April 1955


TimeLine of GENIUS

1879 He was born on March 14 in Ulm, Germany. The family moved to Munich when Albert was one year old.
1889 Max Talmud introduced Albert to math and science at the age of 10.
1894 Albert finished his schooling in Munich with medical training. He moved to Milan with his family.
1895 Albert moved to Switzerland at 16 years to attend Aarau Cantonal School
1896 Albert graduates at the top of his class. He was a year younger than the other students
1901 Albert slacked off in further schooling, even after doing so well. Because of this, he had a hard time finding a good job
1902 Albert got a job in the patent office. He used his understanding of math and science in his new position, and it made him happy
1905 Einstein submitted his first paper on his theory of thermodynamics. It was the first of many
1909 After working at the patent office and writing his theories, Einstein got a job teaching theoretical physics at the Universities of Zurich
1911 He was given an invitation to the first-ever world physics conference. He was the youngest physicist there
1913 which he would later test with a solar eclipse He believed science’s understanding of gravity was wrong, and he worked on a new theory
1914 After publishing his theory of relativity and correctly predicting the effects of a solar eclipse, Einstein’s name went around the world
1921 Einstein was awarded his first Nobel Prize. He was on his way to

Japan when he got the news

1933 He visited America for the first time because he feared the rising Nazi party in Germany
1945 World war 2 ended and Einstein continued his research. He made advances in heat, gravity, and relativity, and he published over 300 Scientific reports
1955 Albert died on 18 August of heart failure   


{Note: he was awarded Nobel prize of the theory of relativity not for the discovery of the famous formula e=mc^2 }

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