Albert Einstein online papers exposes the ordinary side of Extraordinary Scientist

December 7, 2014 12:58 AM

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Albert Einstein online papers exposes the ordinary side of Extraordinary Scientist

Albert Einstein left nearly 80,000 documents after his passing, and they were all given to the Princeton University Press, and the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. On Friday though, Digital Einstein was introduced and at that point – anyone with an internet connection, or desire to read what one of the most brilliant humans in our history – can read his work, letters, and other assorted documents. They’re organized chronologically, starting in his early years and include personal letters to his wife, mistress, and even to his children who all shared a sorted past.

Some of the more interesting years that he lived were his early years as he developed his craft. While he was originally turned down for his dream job – to become a professor – due to his poor performance in school as a student – being labeled as “average” or subpar – he used that to motivate him to...

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