Albert Einstein Impact To People
Albert Einstein, a well known physicist was born on March 14, 1879 in Germany in a Jewish family. At the age of 10, he was introduced to key science and mathematics by one of their family friends Max Talmud. This gained strong roots in his intelligent mind and led him to publish about 300 scientific papers and contributed in more than 150 non-scientific works during his lifetime.
In 1921, Einstein won a Nobel Prize for discovering the law of photoelectric effect. In addition, his most significant contribution to science is the famous mass–energy equation, E = mc2.
Einstein was also a famous inventor. With his student Leo Szilard, he invented a refrigerator which inspired scientists to investigate further to develop an eco-friendly version. Though invented 75 years, ago, this refrigerator was honored by Time Magazine, as the 31st best invention in the publication of Top 50 inventions of 2008.
His contribution to the world of physics is beyond comparison to other works. His contributions brought about an enormous and radical change in the views of scientists across the world. Einstein disproved many theories which were then assumed to be true without any proof. He solved several mysteries of the universe with scientific proofs. His special theory of relativity served as a base for scientists to understand various other important phenomenons in science and is famous till today.
His impact is not limited to just physics and its disciplines. He has made a permanent mark right from modern art to poetry and has been an inspiration for theatre plays, novels and also films. His distinct hairstyle, expressive face and eccentric behavior became famous for depicting absent-minded professors.
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