# 88 Brilliant Albert Einstein Quotes (Deep Thinker)

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## Albert Einstein Biography

Albert Einstein was a German-born theoretical physicist who is largely regarded as one of the greatest and most influential physicists of all time. Einstein is most recognized for creating the theory of relativity, but he also made significant contributions to the development of quantum mechanics.

On March 14, 1879, in the city of Ulm, Germany, Albert Einstein was born to parents who were Jewish. He did not do well academically, but he did develop an interest in the mathematical and scientific disciplines. He majored in physics and mathematics while he was attending college at the Swiss Federal polytechnic school in Zürich. After receiving his diploma in the year 1900, he began his career in the public sector. In the meantime, he continued his independent study of physics.

In 1905, Albert Einstein sparked a stir in the scientific community by publishing five significant research articles. The way that people thought about the universe was fundamentally altered as a result of these works. One of these publications presented ideas that were absolutely original and fresh with regard to the characteristics of light. In 1921, Albert Einstein was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics for his work, which was primarily recognized for the contributions made in this paper.

In a separate piece of work, Einstein outlined the foundations of what would later become known as the special theory of relativity. According to this idea, space and time are relative concepts, and their measurements should not be taken too seriously. To put it another way, they change according on the speed at which they are taken by the subject. Additionally, the special theory of relativity brought to a shift in the way that scientists conceived about energy and matter. (Everything that has mass and occupies space is considered to be matter.)

Einstein fled the country in 1933, the same year that the Nazi Party came to power in Germany. In the end, he decided to make his home in the United States.

During the Second World War, Albert Einstein strongly recommended that the United States develop nuclear weapons. He was of the opinion that these arms might be required in order to triumph over the Nazis. In 1945, the United States of America did in fact develop the world’s first atomic weapon. However, Einstein did not contribute to the development of the bomb in any way. After the end of World War II, he made it his mission to forestall the development of atomic weapons for future use. On April 18, 1955, Albert Einstein passed away at his home in Princeton, New Jersey.

## Must Read

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**Einstein: His Life and Universe by Walter Isaacson**

## Further Reading

- Relativity: The Special and the General Theory by Albert Einstein
- The World as I See It by Albert Einstein
- Einstein’s Dreams by Alan Lightman
- Ideas And Opinions by Albert Einstein