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Behind the News: Albert Einstein

November25

Hello and welcome everyone to my latest post and today’s topic is all about this weeks BTN in which the topic is called: Albert Einstein. It’s all about how 100 years ago Albert Einstein announced general theory of relativity in the world. I hope you enjoy reading and don’t forget to comment and follow/subscribe! So what are we waiting for? Let’s release the NEWS!

The world has acknowledged some great idea’s by Albert Einstein. But the one that made him REALLY POPULAR was the publishing of the general theory of relativity back in 1915. So technically, we are celebrating the 100th year of that Establishment. To be honest, this is ACTUALLY helping other scientists even today to find out how the universe runs.

Albert Einstein was born in Germany in 1879, and he was a REALLY normal kid. He was pretty good with maths and OK with school. But he is known to have dropped out of school at the age of 15, as he was trying out for this university, but apparently, he failed. Yep, even the worlds best scientist can fail an exam. Eventually, he moved into Switzerland and studied in uni there to become a teacher. After completing graduation,the only problem was the he couldn’t find any teaching jobs. So he worked at a patent’s office and checked out other people’s inventions, while thinking of some himself.

In 1905, he published some famous formula’s, some of which you’ve seen before, like E=MC2. But that is not Albert Einsteins main focus. In 1915, as you might already know, he published his general theory of relativity. It’s all about the relation-ship of space and time, and it gave us our best understandings of how space, time and gravity works.

one of two understandings I now have include: Even 100 years later, the theory is still really important how it’s helped scientists explain things such as the existence of black holes, how time travel is possible and how the universe formed, all of which is inspiring study in physics and Astronomy.

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Not long after Albert Einstein published his general theory of relativity, he became famous all around the world, and in 1921, he won the noble prize for physics. That just proves why Albert Einstein is so important in our history, even after 100 years of the establishment.

Finally, one question I now have includes: When did Albert Einstein die?

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