Why is Einstein the god of the science?
He's not, but then God only thinks he's a doctor.
Nothing very unusual, just physics worked out with algebra and some calculus. One of the great characteristics of Einstein (and Newton) is that their work was VERY clear. This… made it easy to accept. High school students could do the math involved in relativity.
Albert Einstrin worked in Physics
because he was. because he was
he did the relativity theory and he was a major astronomer expanded knowledge of gravity
he is the one who is popularized in science by his theory of relativity...!!!!
He is arguably the "god of science" but I believe the reason why is because he discovered that the speed of light is constant, he pictured space in a single space-time fabric,… he discovered the photoelectric effect, that energy and mass are the same thing just in a different form and much more.
Physics. Indeed, he won the Nobel Prize in physics -- but notfor relativity. Math and Physics
There is no historical proof that accompanies this rumor. God vs. Science is a chain e-mail created by someone who didn't know Einstein, but insisted that he wrote it (in hope…s of gathering credibility for his points). The chain e-mail itself isn't bad, but it's obvious where the bias exists, and it's even more obvious that Einstein not only wasn't the student mentioned, but also had nothing to do with with a book called "God vs. Science" written in 1921.
Answer No. Albert Einstein said that he was already an atheist himself by the age of twelve, so he is unlikely to have argued the opposite case with his university professor. …Also, there is another version of this story, that casts even more doubt on its veracity. In the second version, it was a much younger Einstein who argued with his atheist school teacher. What we see here is an attempt by theists to use the name of a respected scientist to shore up the case for religious belief. Einstein himself wrote a letter to a friend outlining his position on religion (see Link) which leaves little room for him to be a "man of faith"
Einstein liked science because his dad gave him a compass and he wondered what made it point north and south and that motivated him to do what he did.
he was a science professor.
No. All his publications are listed on his Wikipedia page: There is also an article on his religious views:
The beginning of the 20th century is when Einstein made his most notable efforts though he continued throughout his life. He died in 1955
Einstein has a Ph.D, so he has a degree in Physics, which was his field in Scientific studies.