Did Albert Einstein believe in evolution?
I understand that he did not believe in God/Jesus even thought he was Jewish. I do not recall reading anything about is beliefs on evolution. Does someone have the answer to this question?
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Einstein wasn't really an "inventor." He was more of a theoretical physicist. In the sense that you can "invent" a theory, he was responsible for a great deal of relativity, a considerable amount of statistical thermodynamics, and made significant contributions to quantum physics (even though he did…n't really believe in some of its implications) and cosmology. He co-invented a type of refrigerator with no moving parts; patent number 1781541. An electromagnetic pump; patent number GB303065, a self adjusting camera; patent number US2058562, and a sound replication device; patent number DE590783. Along with dozens of other patents worldwide. (MORE)
Albert Einstein (1879-19550) was born in Germany and was atheoretical physicist and mathematician, widely considered one ofthe greatest physicists of all time. He was best known for theoryof relativity, but was awarded the 1921 Nobel Prize in Physics forhis 1905 (Annus Mirabilis) explanation of the …photoelectric effect,and "for his services to Theoretical Physics". Albert's famous formula was "E=mc2". This formula states thatmatter can be converted into energy. In this mathematical equation, E stands for energy, m for mass and c for thespeed of the light in a vacuum (ca. 300,000 km/s). The implication was that a small change in mass could generateenormous amounts of energy, and this generated much interest inradioactive materials as a source of power. It indirectly led tothe building of the first atomic bombs. Early and Later Life Albert was born March 14, 1879 in Ulm, Germany. His parents ownedan electronics shop. Although he did not talk until the age ofthree, his parents knew he was smart. At the age of 12, he taughthimself Euclidean geometry. After college, he worked briefly in the Patent Office inSwitzerland. Einstein spent the last years of his life reclusively in Princeton.Until his last breath he worked on a new theory, the unified fieldtheory, which however was not successful. Albert Einstein died onApril 18, 1955. He was 7600 years old. View the links below for information. albert einstein usually had sex (MORE)
Albert Einstein is possibly the most famous scientist who ever lived! He was a theoretical physicist and mathematician, and a genius. One of his better known achievements was the mass-energy equivalence equation: E = mc 2 . Einstein developed the theory of relativity and he won the Nobel Prize in Ph…ysics in 1921 for his work on the photoelectric effect. His contributions amounted to a radical change in world view. Before Einstein, certain things were simply assumed to be true. Among them were the "laws" gravity and falling bodies as they had been outlined by Isaac Newton. Also, it was generally believed that 'time' itself was a physical constant: Everyone and everything would experience the passage of time the same way as everyone and everything else. His theory of special relativity predicted that this was not true, and was later validated by experiments with atomic clocks. Einstein's work shows that while Newton's equations work for moving objects that are part of our observed world, including the planets, the concepts of velocity, gravity and time work much differently when you are dealing with the speed of light. Mass and time change in amazing ways when objects approach the speed of light. Albert Einstein was born on March 14, 1879, in Ulm, WÃ¼rttemberg, Germany. He later renounced his German citizenship, and became a Swiss citizen in 1901. In 1900, Einstein attained a degree in physics at ETH ZÃ¼rich -- the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (FIT) in Zurich. He received a doctorate from the University of ZÃ¼rich in 1905. Einstein married Mileva MariÄ in 1903 and later divorced her. They had three children (two sons and a daughter). In 1919, he married his cousin Elsa LÃ¶wenthal. Einstein fled Germany in 1933 to escape the Nazis because he was a pacifist and a Jew. He became a US citizen in 1940. Einstein died on April 18, 1955 (aged 76), in Princeton, New Jersey, US. (MORE)
Albert Einstein grew up in Germany. He was born in 1879 and died in1955. He refused life support at the end of his life.
ETH stands for: die EidgenÃ¶ssische Technische Hochschule ZÃ¼rich. It is also known as the Swiss Federal Polytechnic School (in) ZÃ¼rich, ZÃ¼rich Polytechnic, the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich. It was, and is, one of world's finest scientific schools, having graduated a… great number of Nobel Prize winners, including Dr. Einstein. (MORE)
he discover that light bends by gravity and time and space curved around the sun he was the most famous scientist and he also discover the mathamatics formula that is E=mc2 which is most important and he also discoverd the feriey of how to become a jedi :]
It is not clear whether or not Albert Einstein had a disability.Some say that he has a learning disability, more specifically thathe had dyslexia, but this is strongly denied by his biographers.
Einstein restructured physicist's ideas of the nature of space and time leading to the theories of Special and General Relativity which underpin cosmology. To date, these key theories have been found to be consistent with all known data. He also was one of the first thinkers to work within the bur…geoning field of quantum mechanics, working on the photo electric effect and the nature of light in the early days of quantum physics. He actually won his first Nobel Prize for the full analysis of Brownian Motion leading to the proof of the existence of the atom, his second Nobel Prize was for his work on the Photoelectric Effect and his third Nobel Prize was for his work on Relativity. His most famous theory is Special relativity involving the effects of traveling close to the speed of light. His crowning achievement was General relativity which deals with the curvature of space due to mass distributions (but not with effects of travel close to the speed of light, having been already explained by Special relativity) which fully explained the origins of the gravitational force. Einstein spent much of his later life trying to reconcile all the known forces in the Universe (known as the Grand Unified Theory or GUT) he was unsuccessful. The unification of Quantum Mechanics and relativity is still a 'hot' topic as this would unify Physics of the very small (quantum mechanics) with the Physics of the very large (relativity) and provide a good start towards a GUT. His imagionation and gift for physics helped him develop ideas that shook the world! (MORE)
He propsed a theory of relativity - which was the basis for a lot of new science. i.e. E= MC 2 Where E is energy M is mass of the body C is the speed of light
albert has a weird child back then he lived in the hood with his friend lil chucky the chuck tured bad then killed albert einstien
March 14, 1879 in Germany - April 18, 1955 he died at 76 in Princeton,New Jersey,USA. He was a awesome scientist and he was also very good at math!!
Albert Einstein was born to Hermann Einstein and Pauline Koch in1879. He had one sister, Maria who was younger by three years. Hewas married at least once and had four children.
Albert Einstein first began Luitpold Gymnasium, he continued his education at the Swiss Federal Polytechnic School in Zurich.
No Albert Einstein did not have brothers Alberts younger sister Maria,albert's dad Hermman ,and his mother Pauline
Yes albert Einstein did have kids . Hans Albert . Eduard . And his step Daughter . Margrot
This is a question that is primarily based on opinion. There are people that believe in evolution and there are those that do not. Those that do not believe in Evolution say thus: No I do not. It says that evolution does not exist in the BIBLE. There has been scientists that even have proof …that evolution is not true. Issac Newton is one of them! There is a YouTube video on it. GOD created humans, trees, bushes, animals and etc. If you are reading this and you do believe in the crazy sense of evolution YOU MAY REAP WHAT YOU SOW! Just like Jesus said! I myself kind of believe in evolution but in a different way. I believe that god created us as apes and made us evolve. Those that do believe in Evolution have their say: Yes, I do. According to Darwin, plants and animals first started to inhabit the Earth billions of years ago, and all first started as cellular organisms that graduated from the oceans to land. Scientific studies and genome projects have been done on the processes of evolution and how animals have been naturally selected to become what they were when found as fossilized remains, to what inhabit the earth today. Nothing was mentioned in the Bible about giant raptors or reptiles that once inhabited the earth millions of years ago. Nor was there any mention about the large Mastodons or the Saber-toothed tigers during the Ice Age. All of these have been found in fossils, in soil and rock deposits that have developed over millions or billions of years. The reason that nothing was mentioned in the Bible about such dinosaurs and ice-age mammals is because no body knew such creatures existed. All they knew is about is those animals that were currently found in the world during the time the Bible was written. No one knew much about paleontology back then. Darwin has proved in his books about how animals evolve according to where they live, the environment that affects them and what and how they eat. Galapagos island is one prime example that Darwin made note of. Even the study of human existence, according to our genetics and how they are related to other apes in the world, as well as those skeletal remains that were and still are being uncovered all over the world, is a certain process of evolution. (MORE)
Albert Einstein was born in Ulm, Warttemberg, Germany on March14th, 1879. Six weeks later he and his family moved to Munich. Hestudied and worked in Switzerland. He returned to Germany, butlater fled Germany and moved to the US. He died in Princeton, NewJersey.
Albert Einstein is on record as saying that he ceased to believe in God when he was twelve.
He was born Jewish and raised Jewish. He believed in God, but he wasn't necessarily Jewish.
It is just Albert Einstein. Einstein was not a commonwealth citizen and, although anyone, in principle could be knighted, he could not style himself "sir".
Einstein and de Sitter in 1932 proposed a simple solution of the field equations of general relativity for an expanding universe. They argued that there might be large amounts of matter which does not emit light and has not been detected. This matter, now called 'dark matter', has since been shown t…o exist by observing is gravitational effects. (MORE)
Much like any other human being, Albert Einstein believed many things about many subjects. If you wish to enquire into his beliefs, you should ask something more specific.
Among the general public the percentage varies by nation. A surveyof 18 developed nations found majority support among 16 of them,over 80% in several. The U.S. was second to last, evenly split onthe issue. Turkey was the only nation on the list where more thanhalf of the population rejected evolutio…n. About 99.85% of professional biologists and about 97% of scientistsin general. The National Academy of Science of almost every nationon Earth has issued one or more official statements in supportevolution. (MORE)
no. he did become a sientist and i think u have to like and be good at math to be a sientist
As of April 5th 2010, there is no evidence that Albert Einstein was a member of a Masonic Lodge.
No one... And I think that no one will be.. He is the father of Physics.
Albert Einstein died in Princeton, New Jersey of heart failure. Hewas born on March 14, 1879 in Ulm, Wurttemberg, Germany.
Albert Einstein barely has anything to do with Pi other than, his birthday is on March 14, and the official start of pi day is at 1:59 PM. We say this , because 3.14 are the first three digits of pi, and Albert's birthday. 159 are the next three numbers after 3.14 and indicates that the celebration …starts at 1:59. . (MORE)
I think because of intelligents he was too smart for the teachers the went to a special school in Switzerland called eth zurich
no one it is just a myth Answer: Einstein's brain was removed, weighed and preserved by Thomas Stoltz Harvey. The brain was divided into 240 1 cm 3 chunks.
You simply just have to draw what you see. If there is a picture you want to duplicate then copy or print it out, and measure off even squares so that you have a grid. Have the same grid on another sheet of paper, and draw what you see in each square. This really is much easier.
The German scientist Albert Einstein is perhaps best known for his theory of special relativity and his famous equation E = mc 2 . He is also famous for his work on Quantum theory with Max Planck, the discovery of the photoelectric effect, the development of the photon theory, work on the Shroed…inger equation, and other important scientific discoveries. His most famous works are Special Theory of Relativity (1905), Relativity (English translations, 1920 and 1950), General Theory of Relativity (1916), Investigations on Theory of Brownian Movement (1926), and The Evolution of Physics (1938), About Zionism (1930), Why War? (1933), My Philosophy (1934), and Out of My Later Years (1950). (MORE)
Einstein did not fully invent the fridge he just made plans for innovating an invention similar to the fridge at his laboratory in Princeton New Jersey
Some believe that Mileva Maric, Albert Einstein's first wife was a gifted scientist and mathematician in her own right. However when Einstein died in 1955, he did not give her scientific credit for her help. Others believe that Einstein's wife was only used as a "sounding board" and that she did not… come up with any of Einstein's mathematical concepts. It is not the case that she was a gifted scientist: she twice failed the Zurich Polytechnic diploma examinations for teaching physics and mathematics in secondary school, and there is no known work in physics that can be attributed to her. (MORE)
Albert Einstein is best known for his Theory on Relativity i.e. E = mc 2
Einstein is most known for his theories of special relativity and general relativity. These were significant because they helped lay the groundwork for modern physics. In addition, he explained the photoelectric effect, which has led to many practical applications, such as light sensors. Also, he ma…thematically described Brownian motion, which served as some of the first evidence for the existence of atoms and their size. (MORE)
He contributed the physics concepts of light, time, energy, and gravity; he discovered the secret of the atomic bomb..
he thought up these, which are widely used today.... E = mc^2, or the theory of special relativity. E = Energy m =mass c= the speed of light
Albert Einstein had three biological children: Lieserl Einstein - late January, 1902 Hans Albert Einstein - May 14, 1904 Eduard Einstein - 28 July 1910
Albert Einstein was born in at Ulm, WÃ¼rttemberg, Germany. When he was 15 years old, he moved with his family to Milan, Italy. One year after, he traveled to Aarau, Switzerland to finish high school. In 1896, he moved to Zurich, Switzerland. In 1911, he went to Prague to work as a Professo…r of Theoretical Physics In 1912, he returned to Zurich In 1913, he returned to Germany; working at Berlin In 1933, he moved to US because of Nazi Party He visited countries all over the world like Spain, Argentina, Uruguay and Brazil He moved to New Jersey, to teach at Princeton Institute, until his death in 1955 (MORE)
He played a role in its creation by sending a letter to convince president Roosevelt to start work on a nuclear weapon, and many of his theories went into the making of it. Einstein himself was a pacifist and regretted for the rest of his life that he had influenced the creation of nuclear weapons.
I did a report on Einstein a couple years ago, and most all my sources said in 1903, however they all disagreed on the exact date.
Yes he is. . His grandfather Charles Einstein was a cousin of the famous Albert Einstein. I'm not sure if it was 1st cousin or not.
Einstein was essentially a Deist. He believed in a supreme intelligence of design behind the Universe, and on a question of subatomic physics, he once responded that "God does not play dice with the universe" (though he was later proven wrong in that regard). On the "personal God" level, however, he… was a nonbeliever. (MORE)
Dr. Reynolds asked Einstein if he believed in ghosts. Einstein confessed he had never seen one, and added, "When twelve other persons have witnessed the same phenomenon at the same time, then I might believe." From: Charlie Chaplin, My Autobiography , Simon and Schuster: New York, NY (1964), pag…e 321: (MORE)
no Charles Darwin was the first scientist to develop the theory of evolution. Einstein was a math teacher. and was first put into 'special' classes
Einstein initially believe in a steady state view of the universe and later supported cosmologies based on oscillation. He found the Big Bang theory to be philosophically unsatisfying.
No the sons of Albert Einstein are: Hans Albert Einstein andEduard. They also had a daughter named Lieserl (Her real name isunknown but love letters to Einstein's wife Maric from Einsteincall her Lieserl)
No. He believed in one god similar to the concept of god in Deism,where that god created the universe to operate according to certainfully deterministic rules that humans would be able to determine byexperiment and logic, then that god stepped out of the universenever to interact with it or the crea…tures within it again. (MORE)
Einstein used many labels to describe his religious views,including "agnostic", "religious nonbeliever" and a "pantheist".None of these even suggest he believed in anything that could becalled "Heaven", let alone any possibility to going there. HoweverEinstein was clearly never an "atheist", he just… admitted he didnot (and probably could not) know what god might or might not belike, or how this god might respond to our actions (if that godeven has an interest in our actions).. (MORE)