1. Albert Einstein considered himself an agnostic, not an atheist.
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  2. Einstein's great breakthroughs came from visual experiments performed in his head rather than the lab.
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  3. Einstein was a
    slow learner as a child and spoke very slowly.
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  4. The pathologist who made Einstein body's autopsy stole his brain and kept it in a jar for 20 years.
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  5. Einstein's
    Nobel Prize money
    went to his ex-wife
    as a divorce settlement.
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  6. Einstein was offered
    the presidency of Israel
    which he politely declined.
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  7. Einstein Failed his University Entrance Exam and had to reapply a year later.
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  8. Einstein never received a Nobel prize for relativity.
    it was actually for the photoelectric effect.
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  9. Einstein was famous
    for having a bad memory.
    He could not remember names,
    dates and phone numbers.
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  10. Austrian physicist Friedrich Hasenohrl published the basic equation E = mc2 a year before Einstein did.
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  11. Albert Einstein's eyes remain in a safe box in NYC.
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  12. Yoda, from Star Wars, was modeled after the appearance of Albert Einstein.
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  13. Albert Einstein had no car of his own and he also never learned how to drive.
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  14. Albert Einstein didn't like to wear socks.
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  15. Albert Einstein's brain had a parietal lobe that was 15% larger than the average brain.
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  16. Galileo Galilei was Albert Einstein's favorite scientist.
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  17. Albert Einstein denounced segregation, calling it a "disease of white people" and worked against racism in America.
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  18. Hours before his death, Einstein was still
    attempting to prove his Theory of Everything.
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  19. In 1930, Albert Einstein patented a fridge. It was not a commercial success.
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  20. The Nazis placed a US$5,000 bounty on Einstein's head.
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  21. Albert Einstein was among the 5,000+ people who signed a petition to overturn Germany's ban on Homosexuality.
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  22. Some American officials, like FBI director J. Edgar Hoover, thought Albert Einstein was a soviet spy.
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  23. 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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  24. Although he was a devoted pacifist, Einstein wrote a letter to President Roosevelt, urging him to prioritize the development of an atomic weapon before Nazi Germany.
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  25. Albert Einstein renounced his German citizenship in the German Kingdom of Württemberg to avoid military service in 1896 and became stateless for 5 years. He acquired Swiss citizenship in February 1901, Austrian citizenship in 1911, and American citizenship in 1940.
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  26. Einstein, Freud, Henry Kissinger and Sergey Brin, co-founder of Google, were all refugees.
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  27. When Albert Einstein published his Theory of General Relativity, the New York Times sent their golfing correspondent to interview him.
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  28. Albert Einstein famously said that "if the bee disappeared off the surface of the globe, man would have only four years to live."
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  29. Albert Einstein walked 3 miles a day while Darwin went for three 45-minute walks every day.
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  30. Albert Einstein's last words were spoken in German to a nurse who didn't speak German and are lost for ever.
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  31. The only woman in Einstein's physics class at Zürich Polytechnic married him.
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  32. The record number of people dressed like Einstein in one place is 404.
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