Those around him never denied his genius…
The great physicist was born in 1879 in a small German town. He grew up in an ordinary family. In 1933, Albert moved to the States, but he could not return to his homeland.
Throughout his life, Einstein showed himself not only in the scientific field, but also in the political field. He was a Social Democrat whose works were published from time to time in various magazines.
In America, the professor quickly managed to gain credibility. Despite the fact that everyone saw how absent-minded he was, those around him never denied his genius. And Einstein himself continued to develop his field theory and develop the theory of relativity, thanks to which he later earned his title of genius.
In 1955, the professor was so afraid of the outbreak of nuclear war that together with his colleagues they drafted a manifesto that called for nuclear disarmament. In those years, the health of the genius deteriorated sharply. He even began to say goodbye to close friends, saying that his mission on Earth was over.
Soon the brilliant scientist was gone. He was diagnosed with an aortic aneurysm.
Einstein himself said something in German before leaving, but the American doctor could not remember the phrase in another language. The scientist’s body was cremated, and his brain was taken away for certain studies.