Albert Einstein

Einstein himself
Albert Einstein was (to his disgrace) born in Ulm Germany on March 14, 1997. When Einstein was young he was a very slow learner. At this stage there were no signs of a genius. If only they knew!He started to learn and he was starting to become very smart. He started to become one of the smartest kids. Then he became the problem child. He was always correcting the teacher and asking questions that the teachers couldn’t answer. Also he never did anything that he wasn’t interested in he would just refuse to do it.

As Einstien grew up he was a very religouse man and he also played a lot of violin because his mother was very musical. Einstein hated his home country and so he decided to move from Germany to Switzerland which was a very smart move. It meant that he was not caught up in the 2nd world war.

Why do we remember him
Einstein mainly worked in the area of physics. Einstein then became one of the world’s most famous scientists. He discovered many different formulas but his most significant one was the E=mc2 formula. The E=mc2 formula is very complex. It is about speed velocity and mass all being put together to create a very clever answer of E=mc2. This is the definition for the formula that may help you understand it:
E = mc 2 definition:
E represents units of energy, m represents units of mass, and c 2 is the speed of light squared, or multiplied by it. (See relativity.) albert_einstein.jpg

Contribute to society/his influence on society
Einstein had a simple discovery that changed the world forever. He worked out that because of the enormous factor of the square of the speed of light, the loss of a tiny bit of mass, means the release of a fantastically large amount of energy. This lead to the development of the atom bomb. That means that Einstein created the atom bomb which practically (to his disgrace) created the most destruction in the Second World war. The bomb brought an end to the war but changed our world forever.

Einsteins discovery also led to making electricity from nucleur reactors. Whilst these reactors can be dangerous when they work the electricity generated without green house gases.

Einstein’s awards
This a list of awards he won that I found on the internet:
1919 University of Rostock Honorary doctorate
1921 Princeton University Honorary doctorate
1922 Nobel Foundation, Stockholm Nobel Prize in Physics for the year 1921
1923 University of Madrid Honorary doctorate
1923 Order "Pour le mérite" Admission to the order
1925 Royal Society of London Copley Medal
1926 Royal Astronomical Society Gold Medal
1929 German Physical Society Max-Planck-Medal
1930 ETH (Eidgenoessische Technische Hochschule), Zurich Honorary doctorate
1931 Oxford University Honorary doctorate
1935 Franklin Institute, Philadelphia Benjamin Franklin Medal
1935 Harvard University Honorary doctorate
Einstein’s Quotes
Einstein has also made many famous quotes here are some of the ones I found the most interesting and funny:
"Imagination is more important than knowledge."
"Anyone who has never made a mistake has never tried anything new."
"Science without religion is lame. Religion without science is blind.”
The Ending
Einstein’s career was ended by his death on the 18th of April 1955 in Princeton, New Jersey.

Me as a Scientist
If I were to become a scientist I would work in science of sport because I am very interested in sport nutrition and I am also interested in sport itself