It helps us remain in touch with that childlike capacity for wonder, about such ordinary things as falling apples and elevators, that characterizes Einstein
and other great theoretical physicists.
Today, we respect Einstein
for his opposition to the spread of nuclear weapons, but he is still best known for one famous political act: In 1939, he signed a letter to President Franklin Roosevelt that warned about German nuclear research and urged a U.
Attending an opulent formal dinner commemorating the 350th anniversary of the founding of Geneva's university in 1909, Einstein
turned to the patrician next to him and remarked about the school's great Protestant Reformation founder.
First there's the Men's Division's track record as an Einstein
partner since 1961.
At Lincoln in 1946, Einstein
told a campus-wide audience, "My trip to this institution was on behalf of a worthwhile cause.
, I think, would be pleased but not surprised.
As Millikan's comment on Chaplin suggests, Einstein
and the Hollywood community were mutually star-struck, and Sinclair had his own connections with the film world.
Unable to find an academic job, Einstein
went to work in 1902 in the Swiss patent office in Berne.
"had a transformative effect on the world," Galison adds, "because of his relentless pursuit of what the right principles should be.
Why is it,' Einstein
asked a New York Times journalist in 1944, 'that nobody understands me and everybody likes me?
Earning re-designation in maternity care is a terrific acknowledgement of the commitment on the part of our doctors, nurses, technicians and staff, to provide the best care possible to our patients," says David Jaspan, DO, Chair of Obstetrics and Gynecology for Einstein
Director of the Einstein
Center at the Hebrew University, Professor Hanoch Gutfreund, said, 'Through this exhibit viewers can discover more than just Einstein
's scientific prowess, but also his humanitarian spirit.