JANUARY 28, 2009
THE HANDS OF ALBERT EINSTEIN: AN OVERVIEW IN 5 STEPS
First, this review will describe why Albert Einstein became famous. Second, we'll find out what Albert Einstein's hands reveal about his independent personality. Third, we'll discover two hand characteristics which can be related to the believes of UK researchers that Albert Einstein displayed signs of autism. Fourth, both hands reveal evidence that Einstein indeed had an inclination to left-handedness. And finally, I'll presents some other reviews of Albert Einstein's hands presented by some experienced hand experts.
• 1 - Who was Albert Einstein?
• 2 - The hands of Einstein & his independent personality!
• 3 - The hands of Einstein & his suspected autism
• 4 - The hands of Einstein & his presumed left-handedness
• 5 - Professional hand readers about the hands of Einstein
• 1 - WHO WAS ALBERT EINSTEIN?
Who was Albert Einstein? In 1999 Time Magazine named Albert Einstein as the "Person of the 20th Century", for Einstein became THE pre-eminent scientist in a century dominated by science. The touchstones of the area of science - the Bomb, the Big Bang, quantum physics and electronics - all bear Alber Einstein's imprint.
In wider culture the name "Einstein" has become synonymous with genius, after winning the Nobel prize in Physics (1921) he became best known for his equation for the mass-energy equivalence: E = mc2.
Albert Einstein (1879 - 1955) was a German theoretical-physicist.
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