Year of Miracles

Year of Miracles

In one single year, Albert Einstein published 3 papers that changed modern physics. That year is known as Albert Einstein’s “Year of Miracles.” The first was about the particle theory of light (won him his Nobel Prize), the second led to people accepting the existence of atoms, and the third introduced special relativity (E=mc^2). He was just 26-year-old.

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