Albert Einstein Wall Quotes Can be Feature Albert Einstein Wall Quotes in the Home, Office or Classroom
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Albert Einstein was a German Theoretical Physicist. He was born March 14th, 1879, and passed away on April 18th, 1955.
Here you’ll find wall decal quotes generally attributed to him. However, online it’s difficult to confirm whether every single quote was, in fact, his. Most of them we’ve seen in one form or another in memes and items online.
If you’re looking to add smarty-pants inspiration to a room, vinyl wall lettering is a particularly easy and mess-free way to put up wall quotes. You won’t have to sand, paint or stencil.
Place these in an office, a den, a study, or in the main room of the home. Use them as positive affirmations.
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&ssIf you’re featuring Albert Einstein Quotes on the Wall; then you may find some of these brief facts about him quite Interesting:
Some Facts About Albert Einstein
- He was German Born March 14th, 1879 and Died April 18th, 1955
- Of course, he developed the ‘General Theory of Relativity’, E = mc²
- He was also pivotal in establishing Quantum Theory with his discovery of the Photoelectric Effect
- He sent a pivotal and historic letter to President Roosevelt prior to WWII warning him that Hitler may create an atomic weapon
- It’s said that letter was the key reason the President entered the arms race to achieve the weapon before the Germans would
- Despite Einstein’s pacifist nature, he sent the letter due to his concern over Hitler achieving it’s production first
- He became an American Citizen in 1940
- Before he married his first wife Marić (in 1903) they had a child together in 1902 (out of wedlock)
- He never knew that child (a daughter) – her fate is unknown (possibly adopted or passed away young)
- With his first wife, he had two sons, Hans Albert (1904) and Eduard (1910) – Both born in Switzerland
- Divorced his first wife in 1919
- He remarried in 1919 – His second wife, Elsa Löwenthal, was his first cousin on his mother’s side, and second cousin his father’s side
- Stepdaughters Margot and Ilse were adopted
- His massive intelligence made the word “Einstein” synonymous with “Genius.”
- Winner of the Nobel prize for physics in 1921
- He lived in Germany, Italy, Switzerland, Austria, Belgium, and the United States.
- At the age of 76, he passed away from internal bleeding caused by the rupture of an abdominal aortic aneurysm.
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