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Albert Einstein

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  • When we say the name Albert Einstein, what comes to mind?

    The Answer

  • Brooks was born in that city with the name Albert Einstein 64 years ago, which some say predestined him for comedy.

    SFGate: Top News Stories

  • Jacob was referring to Albert Einstein’s last discovery, the elegant, all-encompassing Theory of Everything that the great physicist had formulated near the end of his life but never revealed to the world because he’d realized how dangerous it was.

    The Omega Theory

  • To paraphrase Albert Einstein, it is insane to continue to do the same thing and to expect different results.

    A New Strategy for America

  • Hitler characteristically called Albert Einstein's relativity theory "Jewish science."

    American Thinker

  • Meanwhile, an example of "life gives you opposites": A tiny 2-year-old wire-haired dachshund nicknamed "Boy in a Box" (also known as Albert Einstein, pictured here) is fighting for his life in Miami, because his spleen and intestines are pressing against his lungs, and he's got multiple fractures of the pelvis and both legs.

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  • Scientists such as Albert Einstein, Enrico Fermi, and Edward Teller immigrated to America and played an instrumental role in securing our country's future and developing its nuclear advantage.

    We Need an Einstein Immigration Policy

  • "I think you guys are going to do great things when you grow up and I feel the same way about my daughters," said the president, who spoke to the children about a few of the people he highlights in his book, such as Albert Einstein and Jackie Robinson.

    Obama reads to Va. 2nd-graders

  • Now our best minds will be leaving for other states, other schools and university systems, and in today's global economy and scientific community - other nations - just as America, once very long ago, was able to benefit from the best and brightest minds of other nations such as Albert Einstein and Enrico Fermi.

    February 2010

  • Skilled at meeting important and influential people and fluent in numerous languages, Schalek also gained access to major political and cultural figures such as Albert Einstein (1879 – 1955), Mahatma Gandhi (1869 – 1948), George Bernard Shaw (1856 – 1950), and the Indian poet and Nobel prize winner Rabindranath Tagore (1861 – 1941).

    Alice Schalek.

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