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    Albert Einstein without question remains a significant part of history. Throughout the course of his lifetime, he contributed to several breakthroughs and inventions. Although many are documented, surely there are a few missed at some point. In any case, read here is a review of some of the inventions notable to Albert Einstein’s life.

    A Brief History

    Albert Einstein continues to exist as one of the greatest physicists ever known. The man of supreme scientific intelligence arrived into this world on March 14, 1879 in Germany. Ultimately, he advanced the world’s way of thinking in regards to the physical world.

    Six weeks following his birth, his family left Württemberg for Munich. This became the location where he started his early academics. His father, Hermann Einstein worked as an engineer and salesperson. When he was five, his father gave him a compass. Many attribute this time in his life as the starting point for his success as an adult. His father’s gift led to an early fascination with trying to discover why the compass always pointed north.

    Albert Einstein attended the University of Zurich, receiving his doctorate in 1905. This followed a presentation on his theoretical dissertation, which introduced a novel type of calculation for determining the size of molecules. The same year also became his most successful year with making discoveries.

    Albert Einstein’s Inventions

    Most of Einstein’s inventions were rather discoveries and theories. Regardless, his accomplishments throughout history are many. In general, most of his contributions were to the four major areas of science. These areas are known as energy, gravity, light, and time.

    Brownian Motion

    The Brownian motion is among the first of Albert Einstein’s contributions. Originally, in 1827 the botanist Robert Brown discovered floating plant spores in motion under a microscope. From this, he postulated that the random movement related to molecules hitting the spores. However, Einstein became the first to offer statistical predictions in support of the random distribution and the motion of particles in fluid. Later experiments confirmed his theory.

    Special Theory of Relativity

    Einstein’s Special Theory of Relativity provided one of the first dependable explanations on the interaction of radiation and matter when observed concurrently by bystanders moving at a consistent speed and the bystanders at standstill. He based this theory according to the principle of relativity. From this, he derived the correct description of physical events within various inertial frames of reference. This lead to his creating the famous formula E=MC².

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