Inked Einstein

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Einstein’s crazy hair was his "middle fingers up" to societal norms like grooming. Albert also refused to wear socks.

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Mileva was Albert’s first wife, a genius Physicist in her own right. 

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Serotonin molecule "A calm and modest life brings more happiness than the pursuit of success combined with constant restlessness."  While in Tokyo Al didn’t have money to tip a Bellman. He wrote this “tip” on a piece of paper and gave it to the young man. The Bellman’s descendant recently sold the piece of paper for $1.6 million.

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Little known fact, Albert loved the ladies - he had “chemistry” with many women. 

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Einstein’s second wife was also his first cousin.

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You new here? This is Albert’s most famous equation.

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Stripes on garments first appeared in the Medieval times. During that era, only prisoners and criminals, were seen wearing a black and white striped garment. During the '60s and '70s, stripes became more mainstream but were still seen as a symbol of rebellion.

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Many of Albert’s theories were doubted and disputed by other great minds of the time. He once said “I believe in intuitions and inspirations. I sometimes feel that I am right. I do not know that I am.”

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Albert was a pacifist, as a Jewish German, he was once referred to as “not yet hanged” by the Nazi regime. He became a refuge in the United States during World War II. He became a strong voice against racism and nationalism.

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Although his theories led to the science behind the atomic bomb Albert became a central figure in the fight to curtail the use of the atom bomb.

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The element on his left arm is Al for aluminum, but also “Al” for his name. The weight of this element is his birth year. 1879.

Nerd /nərd/one slavishly devoted to intellectual or academic pursuits. Update: Nerds rule the world. Never underestimate a nerd.

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The symbol for a “bright idea”. Thomas Edison first patented the light bulb the same year Albert was born, 1879.