1. Albert Einstein considered himself an agnostic, not an atheist.
  2. Einstein's great breakthroughs came from visual experiments performed in his head rather than the lab.
  3. Einstein was a
    slow learner as a child and spoke very slowly.
  4. The pathologist who made Einstein body's autopsy stole his brain and kept it in a jar for 20 years.
  5. Einstein's
  6. Nobel Prize money
  7. went to his ex-wife
  8. as a divorce settlement.
  9. Einstein was offered
    the presidency of Israel
  10. which he politely declined.
  11. Einstein Failed his University Entrance Exam and had to reapply a year later.
  12. Einstein never received a Nobel prize for relativity.
  13. it was actually for the photoelectric effect.
  14. Einstein was famous
    for having a bad memory.
  15. He could not remember names,
    dates and phone numbers.
  16. Austrian physicist Friedrich Hasenohrl published the basic equation E = mc2 a year before Einstein did.
  17. Albert Einstein's eyes remain in a safe box in NYC.
  18. Yoda, from Star Wars, was modeled after the appearance of Albert Einstein.
  19. Albert Einstein had no car of his own and he also never learned how to drive.
  20. Albert Einstein didn't like to wear socks.
  21. Albert Einstein's brain had a parietal lobe that was 15% larger than the average brain.
  22. Galileo Galilei was Albert Einstein's favorite scientist.
  23. Albert Einstein denounced segregation, calling it a "disease of white people" and worked against racism in America.
  24. Hours before his death, Einstein was still
  25. attempting to prove his Theory of Everything.
  26. In 1930, Albert Einstein patented a fridge. It was not a commercial success.
  27. The Nazis placed a US$5,000 bounty on Einstein's head.
  28. Albert Einstein was among the 5,000+ people who signed a petition to overturn Germany's ban on Homosexuality.
  29. Some American officials, like FBI director J. Edgar Hoover, thought Albert Einstein was a soviet spy.
  30. Albert Einstein cheated on his wife, belittled her scientific achievements, and refused to help out around the house and made her sign a contract in which she would agree to leave the room or stop talking if he told her to.
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