Fifty-one years ago Albert Einstein
College of Medicine of Yeshiva University opened its doors to 56 students on a campus described as "more unfinished than Schubert's Unfinished Symphony.
left his native Germany in 1933 for Princeton, where he lived until his death in 1955.
This is how Einstein
introduced himself on the phone.
himself appears in other pieces: aboard a schooner which is displaced by a ghostly cohort encroaching in a speedboat in Tinnef (Sailing Boat); enraptured, eyes closed, while playing the violin in Dancing in the Kitchen with You; and contemplating a sulfurous figure of apocalyptic light in Einstein
1905 (a diptych in which this primary image is wryly juxtaposed with a diminutive companion panel of an elephant).
took Sinclair up on his offer, appearing on his doorstep on Sunset Avenue in Pasadena one day the following February.
"had a transformative effect on the world," Galison adds, "because of his relentless pursuit of what the right principles should be.
Although you can't see water molecules, Einstein
theorized that they also are constantly in motion.
Attaching a communist label (or any other label) to Einstein
He alleges that Einstein
Academy is charging school districts to educate students who are only home schooled.
filed the lawsuit less than two weeks after Pulaski County Circuit Judge Chris Piazza dismissed Einstein
's first lawsuit that sought to force Sea Tropics into arbitration over the same disputed debt.
After the war, Einstein
joined the call to avoid the future use of nuclear weapons.
s second section makes a valuable contribution by highlighting the central influence on Einstein
of Spinoza's thought, particularly his rejection of a personal God.