Albert Einstein was a pretty smart guy. When you look up the word "genius" in the dictionary, so the saying goes, it's a pretty safe bet you'll see Einstein's mug. Think you’re smart enough to take on a quiz about the famed thinker?
Einstein claimed that seeing his father's compass left a "deep and lasting impression" on him.
In 1905, the "Annalen der Physik" published four papers by Einstein -- they introduced, in part, the special theory of relativity and his ideas on the photoelectric effect and Brownian motion.
In Einstein's famous mass-energy equivalence, it's energy, mass and speed of light.
It was 1921.
Nazi Germany was very hostile toward Einstein and his works, so they apparently didn't mind that someone tried to off him.
Einstein and his wife moved to Princeton, which remained his base of operations until his death in 1955.
Einstein was known as a pacifist, but he didn't want Germany to have the bomb first. The letter led to the creation of the Manhattan Project.
Einstein had some major issues with Hans' wife -- for starters, he thought she was too old … and too ugly.
In 1919, shortly after divorcing his first wife, Einstein married Elsa Lowenthal, who was his cousin. But apparently he had wanted to marry her daughter, Ilse, first.
Yep, Princeton Hospital doctor Thomas Stolz Harvey did all of the above.