Albert Einstein was known to have a bad memory and constantly fail to memorise the simplest of things, which are symptoms of dyslexia. He could not remember the months of the year, but would succeed in solving some of the most complicated mathematical formulas without any trouble.
His theory of relativity (energy equals mass times the velocity of light squared) became the foundation stone for the development of atomic energy. His scientific contributions are theories still have a major effect on all of today’s current knowledge of science.
He is famous for this quote: "Insanity is expecting something different in doing the same thing over and over.”
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