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Computer artwork of Albert Einstein and E=mc2

Computer artwork of Albert Einstein and E=mc2

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Albert Einstein. Computer artwork of Albert Einstein's head and his famous equation "E=mc2", meaning Energy=mass x velocity of light squared. Einstein (1879-1955) was one of the greatest theoretical physicists in history. In 1905 he published 3 papers that led to his 1921 Nobel Prize: calculations on Brownian motion, the photoelectric effect and Special Relativity. In 1915 he published his Theory of General Relativity, explaining gravity as a distortion of spacetime by a mass. In 1933 he moved to the USA, and worked on the "Manhattan Project" to design a nuclear bomb during World War 2. After this, he became a prominent voice for nuclear disarmament.

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