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Dear Mrs. and Sirs. I am about to present to you my PowerPoint on the life of the greatest physicist ever: Albert Einstein.  

First of all, I’m going to talk about his life.

Then, his Nobel Prize

Besides, I will talk about his theories.

Moreover, I will explain his life during the second world war

And, finally I will conclude.

So, Albert Einstein’s early life

Albert Einstein was a Jew German physicist and mathematician during the second war world who developed the theory of relativity and helped to the development of the atomic bomb.

His dad was Hermann Einstein, a salesman and an engineer and his mother was Pauline Einstein birth Koch.

He was born on the fourth of March 1879 and he was dead on the eighteenth of April 1955.

Einstein was in a Catholic School even he was Jew, Albert Einstein was a shy student but really good in mathematic (joke: like me). In the famous school Polytechnique of Zurich he discovered his passion for the physic. Then, he had married with his classmate Mileva Maric and he had three children with her. But even he was a big and famous physicist he became the president of the Leagues of Human Rights in 1925.

PART 2 his Nobel Prize

In 1921, he won the Nobel Prize for physics for his explanation of the photoelectric effect. He was a big man, a wonderful physicist.

Mr. Einstein is the most influential physicist of the twentieth century.

Then, his Theories

As a physicist, he had many discoveries, but he is best known for his theory of relativity and the equation E=MC2 Energy of a body (E) is equal to the mass (M) multiplied by speed of light (C) squared. And we call the speed of light C because it’s a constant.

In 1905, Albert Einstein determined that the laws of physics are the same for all objects which doesn’t improve, and that the speed of light in a vacuum was independent of the movement of all observers. This was the theory of special relativity. It was a new concept for all of physics like space-time.

Einstein’s life during the World War 2

But unfortunately, when Hitler took power in Germany Albert Einstein left the country because Hitler knew he was smart, and he wanted to use him in order to invent a special arm to kill the Jewish people and to conquer the world. When he went to the US, the American army used him like a tool to be stronger. Then, Albert Einstein discovered the fragmentation of the atom and that was the birth of the atomic bomb. After that, American army killed many people with the atomic bomb like Hiroshima or Nagasaki. As a consequence, Albert Einstein couldn’t support the fact that he helped to these massacres and he was depressed when he died.

To conclude

I’m impressed by the life of his man because he was brave. He left his country, his origins for his life, for his religion and he was only human before all and he showed that!

Like him we do don’t forget who we are: human.

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