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We gathered a few of our favorite information, fun facts about Albert Einstein for your amusement and edification. Check these Einstein facts, now!

  • Albert was born in 1879 in Ulm, Germany.
  • Albert was a fat, cuddly baby with a rather big and oddly shaped head.
  • Einstein showed us how to calculate the Avogadro’s number and the size of molecules.
    Einstein Facts

    “Anyone who has never made a mistake has never tried anything new.” – Einstein

  • In 1905 Einstein came up with the concept that light is made up of particles called photons.
  • He produced perhaps one of the most famous equations ever: E = mc² (energy equals mass multiplied by the speed of light squared).
  • Albert Einstein did not work directly on inventing the atomic bomb, but his name is closely associated with the bomb.
  • Together with another scientist, Satyendra Bose, Einstien discovered another state of matter (Bose-Einstein Condensate).
  • Einstein received a physics Nobel prize in 1921.
  • “Albert Einstein” is an anagram of “Ten elite brains.” How fitting!
  • Einstein was a real Cassanova!
  • For all his brilliance, Einstein never learned how to drive a car.
  • Einstein had an illegitimate daughter, named Liserl, with Mileva Maric whom he later married.
  • Einstein never wore socks and he never used shaving soap.
  • Einstein died on April 18, 1955 after suffering a burst blood vessel.
  • After Einstein’s death, his brain was removed from his head without bringing in his family’s knowledge.
  • Just after Albert Einstein died in 1955, the recently discovered element with atomic number 99 was named “Einsteinium” in his honor.

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