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An Interview with Albert Einstein

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Of all the scientists to emerge from the nineteenth and twentieth centuries there is one whose name is known by almost all living people. While most of these do not understand this mans work, everyone knows that his impact on the world is astonishing.

Yes, many people have heard of Albert Einsteins General Theory of Relativity, but few people know about the intriguing life that led this scientist to discover what some have called The Greatest Single achievement of human thought!

JB: So here with us today is Alert Einstein, So Albert... do you mind me asking you to tell us a little about your childhood?

Einstein: No not at all, lets see here... I was born in Ulm, Germany on March 14th of 1874. I was raised mostly in Munich, Germany. One very odd thing that my mother told me was that I didn't speak until I was three years old. My father owned a small electrochemical shop, once it failed in 1890 then my dad moved us to Million, Italy.

JB: I understand that in you're attempt to attend Princeton you failed the entrance exam, then once you studied you attended anther school instead. what was that all about? Can you tell us?

Einstein: Um. O.K. Yes, as a matter of fact I did fail the Mathematical Portion of the exam. I found anther college near by, I attempted to attend I was accepted. This new place was named the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology. This new college was located in Zurich, Italy. In 1896 I started my freshman year of college. Even though I commonly missed classes due to me testing theories, and such. I passed all my examinations with the reviewing of my friends' notes; thus I graduated in 1900

JB: According to my sources you became a naturalized Swiss citizen in 1901. Can you tell us why you became a N...


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...nks. I promoted non-patriotic, non-competitive education, believing that it would prevent a war from happening in the future. And it did. I also believed that socialism would help the world achieve peace.

JB: AlbertÂ… Do you think that you could tell the audience what you may have wanted to change about your death? If anything

Einstein: I would have wished that more people had recognized my work. In certain aspects I wish that people could have given me more credit for what I have, and could have done.

I believe that all scientists are very important in the past, and the present. But all scientists are all very important to our society. And I would encourage you to do your very best, and don't give up your dreams because someone said it isn't possible. That would be even more reason to prove them wrong. I'm closing the show with that statement. Goodbye America


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