Alice edwards and albert einstein
Albert Einstein: A Biography by Alice CalapriceAlbert Einstein remains one of most famous scientists in world history. His image is instantly recognizable by even the most scientifically uninformed person--for many people, Einstein personifies genius. But who was Einstein really? What was he like as a person? What did his science actually mean? This fresh biography of Albert Einstein provides students and general readers a concise, accessible introduction to the life and science of this revolutionary man. Underneath his genius, Einstein was an ordinary person, with human frailties and weaknesses, but also with charm, modesty, a wry sense of humor, and idiosyncrasies. Readers will understand why he was named the Person of the Century by Time magazine.
Albert Einstein: A Biography will cover the entire history of this brilliant physicists life and career, including: his early education, during which he was an excellent student, contrary to what is commonly believed; Einsteins struggles to find an academic position, which led him to work as a clerk at the Swiss patent office during the same period he was formulating his most famous and revolutionary theories; his troubled marriages and family life; Einsteins rise to international fame, and his use of that fame to fight for world peace; and Einsteins major contributions to physics, explained in ways that can be understood by anyone who wishes a fuller understanding of his scientific theories. The book includes a bibliography of secondary works that are useful for further reading, and a timeline of important dates in the life of Einstein.
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The books did not fling themselves at me. Instead I waited for five minutes, staring hopelessly at the shelves. Some titles certainly looked more interesting than others — a tome on witches and spells. Jun 20, Jun 21, To this day, I still believe Dr. Einstein was the smartest—not to mention.
One January morning in , I walked into a lecture hall at Furman University, not knowing what to expect in the Psychology class I was registered for. My name is Dr. To this day, I still believe Dr. Einstein was the smartest—not to mention most challenging—professor I had. But the events of the world have seemed to conspire against him. To assuage his feelings, a svelte Russian bombshell named Margarita Ania Bukstein enters his life and helps him get through the process of becoming a US citizen. When the bomb is dropped on Japan by the US, Einstein is thrust into the spotlight again—not as a brilliant scientist, but as the harbinger of nuclear death.
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