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To follow we will see a general perspective of the life of a genius to which its bigger dream was to construct a nation where all looked for to contribute for the general development. Albert Einstein (Ulm, 14 de Março de 1879 — Princeton, 18 April 1955) was the physicist who considered the theory of relativity. Won the Nobel prize of the Physics of 1921 for the correct explanation of the photoelectric Effect. Its theoretical work made possible the development of the atomic energy, although to have been against its development as weapons of mass destruction. After the formularization of the theory of relativity in June of 1905, Einstein became famous world-wide, at the time something of little common for a scientist. In its last years, its fame exceeded any other scientist in history, and in the popular culture, Einstein became synonymous of somebody with the great intelligence and great genius. Its face is one of the most known in the whole world. In its honor, its name was used in unit of the photochemistry, the Einstein, as well as one chemical element, the Einstéinio. He was one of the biggest geniuses of the Physics and that already has passed for the World, having its QI estimated in about 240. The youth of Einstein is solitary. The other children call him "Bruder Langweil" (bored brother) and "Biedermann" (stingy). At five years of age, Einstein receives a private professor therefore it was not very good in the school it used to be neglect in the school. At six years of age, Einstein has already violin lessons. At that time, before discovering its passion for natural sciences, the small Einstein desires to be musician. As a young Einstein boy he also fed dreams and one of its bigger dreams was to discover the fantastic significate of the universe, Einstein did not only want to have a common life it wanted to discover this and that it wanted to be able to understand the world better it wanted to show to the people a wonderful world. At 15 years of age he abandoned the school with great satisfaction and passed some time in the north of Italy. It was there that it read workmanships that had marked it forever, nominated, the "Popular Book of Natural Sciences", written by Bernstein in 1869. The young Einstein, reading of free and spontaneous will, was gaining its curiosity for the Physics and its atraction for the infinity of the Cosmos. He calls himself latter as "free fanatic thinker". This was Albert Einstein, the man who stamped the end of the Second War. Not with its pacifist sentenses, but with an invention that, in the deep, was born in its notations at axactely one hundred years: the atomic bomb. It sounds ironic, but the burst of the most mortal weapon of all times helped to prove that the ideas of Einstein were certain. Its Theory of Relativity showed, among others things, that we are made of pure energy. Of much, by the way: any chip of nail or milk tooth contains as much energy that we would have an explosion capable to destroy a city if somebody obtained to extract this energy that is in the heart of all substance. The problem is that they had obtained. And had used this uncommon force to destroy Hiroshima and Nakasaki in 1945. involuntarely, Einstein collaborated for the thousand deaths. It was the last thing that it imagined for itself. Perhaps after this he has concluded that its life was not valid for that its conquests had finished if becoming something that he never wanted, but he did not have guilt therefore the guilt was and still prevails in the human being with this nonsense to search one ` new world '' where this stops is necessary to destroy dreams and to kill millions of people. The use of science in the battlefield put the German sick. During the First World War (1914-1918), Einsteiniveed in Berlin and saw with disgust the attitude of its colleagues: most of the German scientists were involved in the manufacture of weapons. For Einstein, they became psychopaths. "The most generous and responsable people I knew had been perverse. It''s pathological. They are behaving as in the time there were judgments of witches and other perversions ",
wrote Einstein in 1916. The German, for signal, knew this social "pathology". When he entered in the elementary school, in Munique, was the only boy of Jewish origin. Its school was liberal for the standards of the time, but the pupils, not. "To suffer physical attacks and insults in the return for his house it was common. This consolidated the sensation that you did not pass of a delinquent ", remembered years later. To pass for it was especially complicated for the introspective Albert. He was so closed that, at 3 years old, still did not speak. It passed his infancy inside his house, entertained with puzzle and mounting highest castles of cards, as it would remember later its sister Maja. It never played with the boys of the street. Its interior world was enough to it. As much that its bigger memory of infancy does not have to see with other people, but with an idea that passed to his head: "I was astonished when my father showed a compassing to me. The fact of the needle to point always with respect to the same place showed to me that it had something hidden by backwards the objects ".
And it had, as he would disclose to the world 20 years later. At 16 years old, Einstein new more mathematical and physical that any university pupil or even though more than any one of the face of the hearth, but could only enter the college at 18 years old. At this time, it was presented to the director of the Polytechnical School of Zurich, in Switzerland, as a "prodigal boy", to try a place in superior education before the time. It did not: the director asked for that Einstein studied at least plus one year. It was what he made. At this time, it liveed with a couple of friends of a friend, the Winteler, with who it kept friendship for the remaining portion of his life and whose daughter, Marie, was his first girlfriend. Albert and the exterior world started to narrow its bows. In the following year, 1896, entered in the Polytechnical one went to live in Zurich. He continued introspective, but it was far of being a hermit. Its ability with the violin guarantee the feminine attention. The youngster eated. A professor usad to say that "the only student here capable of playing a sonata of Beethoven with feeling is Einstein". He can: the violin functioned as an emotional crutch since infancy. "with it I say and only sing for me exactly things that, in sober thoughts, nor I admit", he wrote for a pianist colleague. The violin and a monthly allowance given for a benches of rich uncles guaranteed a quiet life to him.
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