Einstein was a difficult child (“Little Albert was so different; was there something wrong?”) who “didn’t want to be like the other students.” Instead, he was prone to daydreaming, imagining himself on a beam of light rocketing through space. On A Beam of Light
Einstein was a difficult child (“Little Albert was so different; was there something wrong?”) who “didn’t want to be like the other students.” Instead, he was prone to daydreaming, imagining himself on a beam of light rocketing through space. On A Beam of Light
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