08 April 2015
The Universe of Einstein
Albert Einstein was born on March 14th, 1879 in Germany. At age 5 Albert Einstein saw this simple compass and wondered what controlled its movements. At age 10 Albert Einstein was reading books on science, mathematics and philosophy to better improve his talents. Since Einstein already knew most of the subjects they were teaching him he was bored, so his boredom made him appear lazy to most of his teachers.
When Albert Einstein graduated in the twentieth century, he couldn’t find a teaching job. Instead, he found a secured job at a Swiss Patent office. His new job allowed him spare time to continue working on ...view middle of the document...
He was treated like a celebrity on his travels around the world, and no matter where he went thousands of his fans always gathered around to hear him speak. His fame allowed him to help further his social and political beliefs. However, Einstein being a Jew made him a target for the uprising Nazi Party. By 1933, he was no longer able to teach in Germany, his works were being burned, and the Nazi wanted him dead. That same year Einstein moved to the United States and settled at New Jersey’s Institute for Advanced Study.
In 1939, Einstein went against the Nazi and alerted the president of the United States that Hitler and his Forces were creating a nuclear weapon. Once the president received Einstein warning he immediately started the Manhattan project. This was the mission that saw the development of the first atomic bomb.
The next year, Einstein became an American citizen. He was also a prominent member of the NAACP or National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, and was part of the battle for civil rights in the U.S.
In 1952, Einstein was known as one of the world’s most prominent Jew, and by that Einstein was approached by...