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hypno_mentalist New user 42 Posts 
Cool news ))


Decomposed Eternal Order High Desert 11895 Posts 
Very hard to believe.
Sidebar: Years ago in Germany going to college, I had a Professor Kohn who was taught by Einstein. I was taking an astronomy course.
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Mr. Mystoffelees Inner circle I haven't changed anyone's opinion in 3615 Posts 
Even today, conventional is the norm. In some cases, they actually can fail you for finding the correct answer in a different way! If one is too smart, they run the risk of being labelled dumb...
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trear New user 11 Posts 
Einstein was not a good pupil at all, and yes, his teachers didn't hope anything from him. Maybe the environnement of school was not the best for him... Whatever, he succeded ! Well, don't believe all dumb people are genius


ed rhodes Inner circle Rhode Island 2676 Posts 
I believed the story that Einstein did poorly in school, but I never thought it indicated that he was "stupid" or "mentally challenged" but rather that he was thinking in different directions from the teachers who couldn't handle real "independent thought."
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Andonov New user Bulgaria 8 Posts 
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On 20090811 21:02, TonyB2009 wrote: This. It's a comforting thought though. Even if you do poorly at school you can be the next Einstein! Unfortunately the world doesn't work that way . 

derrenshowman New user 52 Posts 
They is still hope for dumb people.. ha


captainsmiffy Special user UK, resident UAE 586 Posts 
Magicfreak2.....I know that this is old but.......E=MCsquared!! You have just rewritten the theory of relativity!!
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GaMind New user Atlanta, GA 73 Posts 
It's always fun to see how often old topics come back into discussion.


LesPaltaX New user 4 Posts 
Einstein's marks report is actually on the internet. He had lots of 1's and 2's.
The thing is, in Germany, at the time, 1 was the best mark and 6 was the worst, so he did actually pretty good at almost everything. Myth. 

DaKine Oregon New user Medford, Oregon 31 Posts 
Wikipedia says: Contrary to popular mythology, Einstein always excelled at maths and physics from a young age, reaching a mathematical level years ahead of his peers. The twelve year old Einstein taught himself algebra and Euclidean geometry over a single summer. Einstein also independently discovered his own original proof of the Pythagorean theorem at age 12. A family tutor Max Talmud says that after he had given the 12 year old Einstein a geometry textbook, after a short time "[Einstein] had worked through the whole book. He thereupon devoted himself to higher mathematics... Soon the flight of his mathematical genius was so high I could not follow." His passion for geometry and algebra led the twelve year old to become convinced that nature could be understood as a "mathematical structure". Einstein started teaching himself calculus at 12, and as a 14 year old he says he had "mastered integral and differential calculus".


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