What if Einstein was not a scientist?
What if Einstein was not a scientist?
You may be surprised to know what Albert Einstein, the famous scientist called the father of modern physics, would have been if he had not been a scientist. The famous scientist Albert Einstein, who was born on March 14, 1879 in Ulm, Germany, is also known as the father of modern physics. Many of his theories are included in the physics taught in the world today and his name continues to be coined in the world of physics. Today we will tell you some facts about Albert Einstein’s life that few people know about and one of them is that he loved music. In this regard, Einstein had also said that if he was not a scientist, he might have been a musician. Albert Einstein’s father, Hermann Einstein, was a salesman and engineer by profession who moved with his family from Ulm to Munich in 1880, a year after Albert’s birth. Today, physics students around the world read them, but it will come as no surprise to the reader that Albert Einstein did not have very bright students at school. He was also expelled from school due to difficulty in reading literature and other subjects. However, there was one subject in which Albert excelled and that was mathematics. His proficiency in this subject can also be gauged from the fact that he learned algebra and Euclidean geometry during summers when he was only 12 years old, and after that he studied a book gifted to him by his father. Inspired by the compass, he wrote his first academic paper on magnetic force at the age of 16. Albert Einstein published his first paper entitled ‘Conclusions from Capillarity Phenomena’ in 1900 and received his PhD in Physics in 1905. The year 1905 is also considered to be the year of Einstein’s scientific works because in this year he published 4 important papers on photoelectric effects, Brownian motion, special relativity and equation of mass and energy. In 1905, he published four important papers on photoelectric effects, Brownian motion, special relativity, and mass and energy equations, and this year is also known as Einstein’s ‘year of miracles’. In 1925, Albert Einstein was awarded the prestigious Copley Medal of the Royal Society of London for his contributions to the theory of relativity and quantum theory. He is most famous for developing the theory of relativity and the mass-energy equivalence formula (E = mc2). Albert Einstein was also awarded the Nobel Prize in 1921 for his outstanding services to theoretical physics and his discovery of the Law of Photoelectric Effects. This is the end of Einstein’s academic life. Now, if we look at his private life, we see it full of failures and traumas. Albert Einstein married a girl named Meliva Mark in January 1903, but their marriage did not last long and they divorced in 1919. The reason for the failure of the first marriage was his interest in his own cousin Elsa. He married his cousin Elsa Lowenthal in 1919, soon after the divorce. This association lasted for 17 years and in 1936 he suffered the death of his wife. Elsa had a kidney problem. Albert Einstein died on April 17, 1955 at the age of 76. Albert Einstein, who suffered failures and traumas in his personal life along with academic and scientific creations, also had a wonderful sense of humor and with the help of his sense of humor, he easily said the great things that became famous like his achievements. Some interesting sayings of the world famous scientist: Einstein said that two things are infinite in life, one is the universe and the other is human stupidity. The scientist also said that life is just like riding a bicycle because to maintain your balance. Man always has to be moving. His saying is also very famous in which he said that a smart person finds a solution to a problem but a wise person always avoids the problem. Einstein also presented the formula for making children intelligent in his speech in which he said that if you want your children to be intelligent, let them read fairy tales and if you want them to be more intelligent. So let them read more fairy tales. Comments