Albert einsteiğn

Albert Einstein

  • Birth

    Albert Einstein was born in Ulm, Germany
  • family moved to Munich

  • When Albert was two and a half years old, his sister Maja was born.

  • Sick in bed at the age of four or five, his father had given him a magnetic compass to cheer him up. He found the movement of the compass needle quite mysterious at that age, and it aroused great curiosity in him.

  • When Einstein was five, they enrolled him in a Catholic Christian primary school near their home, which they thought provided a better education.

  • Albert started violin lessons at the age of six and continued until he was fourteen.

  • At the age of nine and a half, Einstein left the Catholic primary school and began studying at the Luitpold Gymnasium.

  • A poor Jewish college student named Max Talmud attended dinner once a week. The Talmud's visits began when Einstein was ten and lasted for five years. And they were talking science, math and philosophy together.

  • Einstein made a proof of the Pythagorean theorem again.

  • At Einstein Polytechnic, he met his future wife, Mileva Marić.

  • He told his father that he wanted to renounce his German citizenship and become a Swiss citizen. His father agreed with some hesitation and signed the necessary papers.

  • When Albert Einstein started working at the Bern Patent office, Mileva came to him and the couple got married.

  • He explained that the principle of indeterminacy means that time and energy cannot be determined simultaneously and accurately, but that this can be shown to be invalid with an experiment

  • He divorced his wife in 1919.

  • Linus told Pauling: “I made one big mistake in my life. Making the recommendation of the atomic bomb to President Roosevelt. But he still had a reason. The danger that the Germans will do it earlier”.

  • The day he died