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THE GREAT MINDS : EINSTEIN
In Buzan's Book of Genius, Einstein is touted as a serious candidate for the supreme genius of all time.
Although expelled from school for being a disruptive influence, Einstein showed tremendous interest in the physical world at an early age.
By 16 he had already written a paper on the relationship between electricity, magnetism and the ether. His famous quote "Imagination is more important than knowledge" was testimony to his own use of day dreaming to explore the universe.
When he imagined himself riding on a sunbeam and arriving back where he started from he concluded that the universe must be both finite and curved.
Einstein's Theory of Relativity, confirmed by observation of eclipses, took the scientific world by storm in the early part of the twentieth Century and then 20 years later his equation e=mc2 led to the generation of the atomic bomb.
As well as a phenomenal scientist, he was also an
accomplished violinist. Einstein died in 1955 having spent
his later years playing the violin, sailing and working for
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