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A New Generation Tries to Create a Theory of Everything
Scientific American Magazine

A New Generation Tries to Create a Theory of Everything

A new generation of physicists hope to succeed where Einstein failed

QUIZ: How Well Do You Know Einstein?
Scientific American Magazine

QUIZ: How Well Do You Know Einstein?

Take our quiz to test your knowledge of the work and life of the iconic physicist Albert Einstein

Einstein's Light and Dark Sides
Scientific American Magazine

Einstein's Light and Dark Sides

Sure, he was pretty good at science. But science isn't everything

Did Einstein Really Invent <em>E = mc<sup>2</sup></em>?
Scientific American

Did Einstein Really Invent E = mc2?

The great physicist was not the first to equate forms of mass to energy

Does Einstein's Theory of Gravity Hold Near Black Holes?
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Does Einstein's Theory of Gravity Hold Near Black Holes?

General relativity has never been tested in places where the effects of gravity become truly extreme

The Quest for Genius in Einstein's Brain
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The Quest for Genius in Einstein's Brain

The bizarre journey of Einstein's brain illustrates the pitfalls in science's search for the origins of brilliance

Traveling Backward in Time Is Kind of Hard
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Traveling Backward in Time Is Kind of Hard

We already have the means to skip ahead in time, but going backward is a different wormhole

What Einstein Really Thought about Quantum Mechanics
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What Einstein Really Thought about Quantum Mechanics

Einstein's assertion that God does not play dice with the universe has been misinterpreted

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