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Last words of Albert Einstein

Last words of  Albert Einstein

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Albert-Einstein

Albert Einstein was a German-born theoretical physicist who developed the theory of relativity, one of the two pillars of modern physics. His work is also known for its influence on the philosophy of science.

During his childhood Albert Einstein was a late talker. His parents were worried about it. Finally, one night at the supper table Albert Einstein broke his silence and said- 'Soup is too hot.' His parents asked why he never said a word before? Albert Einstein replied, 'Up to now everything was in order.' When Albert Einstein was 5 years old and ill, his father gave him a compass, that compass sparked his interest in science. At the age of 17, he applied for poly-technical school, he passed Math and science but failed miserably in History and Geography etc.

Albert Einstein spent 10 years of his with in theory of Relativity, which he published in 1915. Albert Einstein used to love music a lot. He once even said that "If I weren't a scientist, i would become a musician." Albert Einstein spent his last 30 years on a fruitless quest to find a Theory of Everything. But unfortunately he could never succeed in it and died working on it.

Albert Einstein died because of ruptured aneurysm on April 18, 1955. Before dying he muttered a few sentences in German language but his nurse only spoke English and did not know German, so the meaning was lost. So we can not ever know the last words of the great scientist Albert Einstein but we do know the last words he wrote as he left a letter by his bedside.

Albert Einstein last letter

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Albert-Einstein-last-letter

Nurses found the the letters or unfinished pages containing some equations and a speech. The speech was meant to deliver in New York City marking the anniversary of the State of Israel. The unfinished pages, which were found at his bedside and are now held at the Albert Einstein Archives at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, were intended to address the need for world peace.

"Not one statesman in a position of responsibility has dared to pursue the only course that holds out any promise of peace" Albert Einstein wrote. "For a political leader to follow such a course would be equivalent to political suicide. Political passions, once they need been spread-out into flame, precise their victims."

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