Was Albert Einstein right handed?
No, Albert Einstein was a lefty.Even though he writes with his right hand he is indeed left handed.People think that when Einstein was in school he would get in trouble for writing with his left hand so he had to learn to write with his right. In research it shows his left hand fingers are longer then his right hand fingers a common trait of lefties(I should know I am one I tested it) So Albert Einstein is and will always be left handed even if people say he wasn't.
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Albert Einstein fame is very high, much more than you can think, because most people can't understand his work.
Yes. He did not practice Judaism, but his Jewish identity was very strong. He was a supporter of Israel, and worked tirelessly against antisemitism. Here are some quotes from Einstein regarding Jewish Identity. "There are no German Jews, there are no Russian Jews, there are no American Jews..…..There are in fact only Jews." "The pursuit of knowledge for its own sake, an almost fanatical love of justice, and the desire for personal independence-these are features of the Jewish tradition which make me thank my lucky stars that I belong to it." ( Full Answer )
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 ( Full Answer )
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. ( Full Answer )
Albert Einstein grew up in Germany. He was born in 1879 and died in1955. He refused life support at the end of his life.
Albert Einstein is his real name. Does he have a nickname? I thought it was just Albert Einstein.
no, he just couldn't focus very well on reading. B: No he did not have dyslexia......... people thought he did only because he couldn't speak properly until he was only 9 years old. To just improve this answer, I just wanted to give a lil feedback. If he did have any disorder, it would be c…alled " Asperger syndrome". He had no form of other disorder that can be proven, and this disease is just speculation. But I can give you a list of people who were famous with this disease, and Einstein is one of the top. http://www.disabled-world.com/artman/publish/article_2086.shtml ( Full Answer )
for a couple of years Einsten was totally devoted for the his masterwork in inventing Time machine . he died before he complete his whole theory and the perfect model of time machine
No, Albert Einstein was not home schooled. He attended a Catholicelementary school and then the Luitpold Gymnasium where he receivedadvanced studies.
He invented atomic power. He came up with the theory of Relativity.. He came up with the theory of Gravity.. He had all these equations like E=mc2
From an early age Albert Einstein was extremely clever in all things mathematical. Before he was 15 he had an excellent grasp of even such matters as calculus (a form of mathematics that uses symbols to represent change and limits to change). In due course he developed the practice of imagining … physical events, and then he devised ways of expressing those ideas using calculus . His theory of relativity uses the symbols and methodology of differential calculus, thereby showing that the complexities and wonders of light, gravity, time and the universe can be expressed in mathematical terms. Einstein's works regarding the mathematics of the physics of gravity, and the relationships between matter, momentum and time, still stand as a testimony to the value of mathematics in being able to portray and explain complex physical realities. For example, his theory of relativity and his mathematical formula E=mc 2 show how energy and mass have a direct and equivalent relationship with each other, i.e. that mass can be converted into energy, and that the resulting energy would be directly and mathematically proportionate to the total mass. . Taking Einstein's work a stage further, he showed how mathematics can be used in a predictive way , with a very high degree of accuracy. His works are fundamental to space science and our understanding of the movements of planets, stars and galaxies over time. Development of the mathematics of Einstein's general theory of relativity led scientists to predict the existence of black holes in outer space, which subsequent analysis of space research data seems to confirm. The fact that Einstein's mathematical theories have been invaluable in expanding the field of space research has moved many scientists to continue in mathematics where Einstein left off, and that enthusiasm for mathematics, i.e. for what they can do and how they can be improved, has motivated and inspired many students and scientists to continue in their endeavours to discover and express in mathematical terms the fundamental truth's about matter, life, the universe and everything. ( Full Answer )
Albert Einstein finished out his years at Princeton in New Jersey. He died at the hospital there on April 18, 1955.
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I would also like to know the complete answer. There seems to be people that are quite sure of themselves giving both answers. I have seen a few images of him with a chalk in his right hand. As a left hander though I also write on the board with my right hand as many left handers do (you have to for… cursive or the chalk bounces). I think it would be fair to assume he may have been right handed (at least at writing), even if he wasn't originally he would have most probably been forced to use his right hand in school anyway. Hence you can't really be certain based on his writing hand alone so I had a look for him doing something very natural that he couldn't have been forced to switch hands with (in this case holding his pipe) and interestingly (to my surprise also), in all the images he seems to be using his left hand. Perhaps he was left handed but because he wrote with his right hand we get a lot of controversy. I think whatever the case Einstein was a notoriously visual thinker, which is attributed to the right side of the brain (that left handers use and which is undoubtedly linked to the much higher percentage of left handed artists). I remember they found he had a much higher neuron density connecting the 2 halves (I'm a bit rusty though so if someone could confirm that...). I guess really, he probably got his genius from using both halves of his brain, and not specifically being left or right handed. That's what I would say anyway Another opinion: He was left-handed. The photos showing him writing with his right hand were laterally reversed so that it would look like he belonged to the "right", the "majority". ( Full Answer )
The special and general theory of relativity, E=mc 2 , reveals the equivalence of mass and energy. When Einstein applied his theory to gravitational fields, he derived the "curved space-time continuum" which depicts the dimensions of space and time as a 4-dimensional surface where massive objects cr…eate valleys and dips in the surface. This aspect of relativity explained the phenomena of light bending around the sun, predicted black holes as well as the background radiation left from the Big Bang. For his work on relativity, the photoelectric effect and black body radiation, Einstein received the Nobel Prize in 1921. Albert Einstein also worked on the atomic bomb project. He is also famous for creating this quote: Insanity is expecting something different in doing the same thing over and over. ( Full Answer )
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.
\nIn 2009,. he would be 130 years old! had he not died in 1955, he would be 130 years old...
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. ( Full Answer )
Albert Einstein co-invented with SzilÃ¡rd LeÃ³ a new type of refrigeration unit that received 45 patents and it had no moving parts, so it it could not leak toxic gasses from faulty seals. He was inspired by a newspaper article about a family in Berlin who had died from inhaling toxic fumes from… a refrigerator leaking itâs refrigerant. ( Full Answer )
I think you could argue that Albert Einstein was an explorer of science and physics. He was not however- a traveling explorer.
Albert Einstein was humble and modest because he knew he was not going to be smart but then he became smarter and could discover every thing out.
As regards to what? Albert Einstein is similar to many revolutionary thinkers throughout history. As regards to physics, there are a number of notable theoretical physicists of whom Einstein based his theories off of, and yet, a larger number today which base their theories off of Einstein's theorie…s. ( Full Answer )
due to the friction from him fapping hard he had a constant boner so he was noticeable wherever he went
He was apparently in a relationship with his to-be-second wife while still with his first; the relationship lasted around two years, before he divorced his first wife and married the second.
He was so courageous personality. He never care about discouragement from his family members especially from his wife.
Of course, everyone has difficult times. Einstein was tormented by how difficult creating his theories of relativity was.
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? Thanks
He was a nice caring person that was a math teacher and a scientist .
Married to Mileva MariÄ in January 1903. Divorced in February 1919. Married Elsa Lowenthal June 1919. She died in 1935
he did not behave as student was . he used think always different from others . he could solve the problem more faster than his teachers solved
If you are really interested in information about Albert Einstein, there are books about him available at your local library. If you do not wish to go to the library, try looking him up on google.com. If you have some specific question about Einstein, I might be able to answer it.
manso musa influenced him by letting him know things about othersand trying to get him to know more things about science
yes One of which was the Nazi party of Germany that attempted to kill everybody like him.
He was smart because thats the way he was born. He came up with e equals mc2
albert Einstein died on April 14,1955 he was 81 years old when he died he didnt die when he was older because he had bad health
Yes, he is, but is more known for physics formulas and theories, so, he is known for math, but for physics more. -Nahno :-)
When he was young, he read collage texbooks to improve his mind. His great mind also helped him prepare for the future.
No. Dr. Albert Einstein died from internal bleeding caused by a rupture of an aortic aneurysm.
Einstein did not believe in a traditional deity or follow a religion. His actual spiritual beliefs are not well known, but if he were to believe in a god it would likely be that of a pantheistic nature (that is, that everything in nature is an expression of some divine force). However, this is specu…lation. He was a known proponent of Spinozism, which has similarities to Pantheism. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spinozism ( Full Answer )
Because he was too poor to afford to travel to a better state of USA
He is known for describing mass-energy equivalence given by E=mc 2 in its simplest form.
Albert Einstein was born in Ulm, in the Kingdom of Wurttemberg in the German Empire on March 14, 1879. His father was Hermann Einstein, a salesman and engineer. His mother was Pauline Einstein (nee Koch). In 1880, the family moved to Munich, where his father and his uncle founded Elektrotechnische …Fabrik J. Einstein & Cie, a company that manufactured electrical equipment based on direct current. The Einsteins were non-observant Jews. Their son attended a Catholic elementary school from the age of five until ten. Although Einstein had early speech difficulties, he was a top student in elementary school. As he grew, Einstein built models and mechanical devices for fun and began to show a talent for mathematics. In 1889 Max Talmud (later changed to Max Talmey) introduced the ten-year old Einstein to key texts in science, mathematics and philosophy, including Immanuel Kant's Critique of Pure Reason and Euclid's Elements (which Einstein called the "holy little geometry book"). Talmud was a poor Jewish medical student from Poland. The Jewish community arranged for Talmud to take meals with the Einsteins each week on Thursdays for six years. During this time Talmud wholeheartedly guided Einstein through many secular educational interests. In 1894, his father's company failed: direct current (DC) lost the War of Currents to Alternating Current (AC). In search of business, the Einstein family moved to Italy, first to Milan and then, a few months later, to Pavia. When the family moved to Pavia, Einstein stayed in Munich to finish his studies at the Luitpold Gymnasium. His father intended for him to pursue electrical engineering, but Einstein clashed with authorities and resented the school's regimen and teaching method. He later wrote that the spirit of learning and creative thought were lost in strict rote learning. In the spring of 1895, he withdrew to join his family in Pavia, convincing the school to let him go by using a doctor's note. During this time, Einstein wrote his first scientific work, "The Investigation of the State of Aether in Magnetic Fields". Einstein applied directly to the Eidgenossiche Polytechnische Schule (ETH) in Zurich, Switzerland. Lacking the requisite Matura certificate, he took an entrance examination, which he failed, although he got exceptional marks in mathematics and physics. The Einsteins sent Albert to Aarau, in northern Switzerland to finish secondary school. While lodging with the family of Professor Jost Winteler, he fell in love with the family's daughter, Marie. (His sister Maja later married the Winteler son, Paul.) In Aarau, Einstein studied Maxwell's electromagnetic theory. At age 17, he graduated, and, with his father's approval, renounced his citizenship in the German Kingdom of Wurttemberg to avoid military service, and enrolled in 1896 in the mathematics and physics program at the Polytechnic in Zurich. Marie Winteler moved to Olsberg, Switzerland for a teaching post. In the same year, Einstein's future wife, Mileva Maric, also entered the Polytechnic to study mathematics and physics, the only woman in the academic cohort. Over the next few years, Einstein and MariÄ's friendship developed into romance. In a letter to her, Einstein called MariÄ "a creature who is my equal and who is as strong and independent as I am." Einstein graduated in 1900 from the Polytechnic with a diploma in mathematics and physics; Although historians have debated whether MariÄ influenced Einstein's work, the majority of academic historians of science agree that she did not. ( Full Answer )
HE had a disability know as Dyslexia when he was a child and he wasable to overcome it.
Einstein was a native of Switzerland. He was well known as a scientist by the time he moved to the USA and became a naturalized American citizen.
He did a LONG time ago. When he was done, He published it, but it didn't do good so they took it off the market. .
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.
In fact, no. Albert Einstein was considered crazy or meantally challenged to all of his teachers. If you dropped a box of toothpicks, he could look at them for about 10 seconds or a little more and tell you how many were on the floor. He couldn't figure out the simple stuff. He could not just say 12…+13=25. He would go so far beyond in his head that when he turned in his math work, his teachers would mark it all wrong because they couldn't understand anything he wrote down. Albert Einstein was actually smarter than his teachers, even in elementary school. All of this would make you say, yes he was always right, but the truth is that he did get some things wrong. It was rare but it happened. ( Full Answer )
When the scientists looked through the telescope on the eclipse day prove that Albert Einstein was right?
he was right though because if u look very closy on eclipse day u can see that he is right.
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)