Albert Einstein’s Success Story; Brain isn’t king, it’s a kingdom

By: Gulraiz Falak


“A person who never made a mistake never tried anything new”.    

Albert Einstein was the name of intelligence, discipline, perspicacious, talent, and percipience. He was the expounder for the laws of the universe and the theories of physics. He succeeded his own life moreover the life of physics. Albert Einstein saw many eclipses and no one becomes constant on the premier. Everyone has his own problems, but some have very serious ‘issues’ and the big issue of Albert Einstein was his religion but he did not chain himself with the grip of his motherland government and its rules and regulations.   

Albert Einstein was born on March 14, 1879. He was born on a secular Jewish family. His father name was Hermann Einstein, who was a salesman and an engineer too. His father organized a company, which named was Elektrotechnische fabric J. Einstein and Cie with the alliance of Albert’s brother. This company manufactured electrical equipment because of Albert father’s field and a profession. He was a German but when he had targeted by Nazis; he migrated to America.  He was the most cogent physicist of the 20th century. He developed the general theory of relativity. He was basically as a mathematician and Physicist. He won the Noble prize in 1921. He gave a vast research for the development of atomic energy, photoelectric effect, Brownian motion, and on unified field theory. He got admission into the Swiss Federal Polytechnic School in Zurich, due to a strong grip on mathematics and physics. Albert Einstein faced major challenges after his graduation; he was hired as a clerk in Swiss patent office. In a Switzerland, his life was not easier but there was the start of his new exploration in the world of inventions. This was the time when he was emerging the ideas of his study about polytechnic, theorems and the principle of relativity.  He was a theorist and in 1905, he had four papers published in the Annalen Der Physik.

Albert Einstein was more popular by the research of E=MC2 and this equation changed his life to the eyes of his present and future’s generations. He held a position at the Institute for Advanced Study at Princeton, New Jersey. Adolf Hitler was very cunning and was very active against Jews and their activities. He structured a plan for the death of Albert Einstein because the cabinet of the University professors declared him a “Jewish physicist” and his research had declared as a “Jewish physics”. Albert got in trouble because he well knew about the dictator of Germany and the clews of World War One.

Einstein wanted to get rid of Germany and he was not only the one who wanted to leave but other European scientists also left the regions threatened by Germany and immigrated to the U.S. When he left his motherland; he never went back to it.

Albert Einstein was very loyal to the immigrated country because he had well known about the virtues of the United States government. He and his friend Leo Szilard wrote a letter to President Franklin D. Roosevelt for the sake of security and the preparation of nuclear weapons. At that time, Einstein thought about the critical strategies of Nazis and their atomic bomb and he also wanted to make a new weapon for them. In the bombing in Hiroshima, Einstein did many efforts to stop the atomic bomb but all his struggles went in vain. Einstein became a member of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP). NAACP was looking for the parallels between the treatment of Jews in Germany and African Americans in the United States. He started a campaign for the civil rights and for the disease of racism by the inspired speech of Lincoln in 1946.

He always said that;

“Try not to become a man of success, but rather try to become a man of value”.

Unified field theory became a major focus for Einstein. He continued his work on this theory and his most focus was the discovery of wormholes, the possibility of time travel, the existence of black holes, and the creation of the universe. He had marginalized from the other concepts of physics due to Quantum theory.

When he had died, the doctors removed his brain during his autopsy without the permission of Albert Einstein’s family. The doctors misplaced it for further research on his brain and preservation. Einstein’s brain is now located in Princeton University medical center.

In 1999, some Canadian scientists revealed that the area that possesses spatial relationships, 3D-visualization, and mathematical thought, was fifteen percent wider than the normal people brain. This area called as an inferior parietal lobe.

He died at the University Medical Center at Princeton while at that day, he was working on a speech to honor Israel’s seventh anniversary. Albert Einstein was suffering from an abdominal aortic aneurysm. He was very brave but everyone must check the taste of death.