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Albert Einstein's Life and his Contributions in the Field of Science

Surely nearly everyone has heard of Albert Einstein. He was known for the large contributions he made in the field of science, of which he spent most of his life developing. He formulated the infamous theory of relativity and mentally and mathematically explored the universe.

Albert had all but a normal life, only in part due to his capabilities. Born into a Jewish home in Ulm, Germany in 1879 to parents Herman and Pauline Einstein, Einstein lived in a home where his parents maintained an atmosphere of modest well being (Groves Internet).

Einstein started learning mathematics from his uncle whom visited periodically, but when he was old enough to go to school, his parents put him in a Catholic school because of the distance to a Jewish school. At school he was faced with historical information and facts that he found to be irrelevant. He often asked questions like "what would happen if a man were to try and capture a ray of light?aE...

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