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The amazing life of Albert Einstein, an underestimated genius whose childhood nickname was 'the dopey one'

The amazing life of Albert Einstein, an underestimated genius whose childhood nickname was "the dopey one."

a woman asked albert einstein what kind of reading her son should do to prepare to be a scientist. to her surprise, the scientist recommended: 'fairy tales and more fairy tales - the creative imagination is the essential element of a true scientist, and fairy tales are the childhood stimulus to this quality.'

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VERY YOUNG EINSTEIN - " 'The people of Ulm are mathematicians' was the unusual medieval motto of the city on the banks of the Danube in the south-western corner of Germany where Albert Einstein was born. It was an apt birthplace on 14 March 1879 for the man who would become the epitome of scientific genius. The back of his head was so large and distorted, his mother feared her newborn son was deformed. Later he took so long to speak that his parents worried he never would.

After his death in 1955, Einstein was cremated but his brain was removed and preserved by Dr. Thomas Stoltz Harvey for research to better understand what made him a genius.

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Earliest known photograph of Albert Einstein. Credit line: Hebrew University of Jerusalem Albert Einstein Archives, courtesy AIP Emilio Segre Visual Archives. Description:

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A boy rides a bicycle down a dusty road. But in his mind, he envisions himself traveling at a speed beyond imagining, on a beam of light. This brilliant mind will one day offer up some of the most revolutionary ideas ever conceived. From a boy endlessly fascinated by the wonders around him, Albert Einstein ultimately grows into a man of genius recognized the world over for profoundly illuminating our understanding of the universe. Jennifer Berne and Vladimir Radunsky invite the reader ...