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The Errors of Albert 9/2/15 Physicist and cosmologist Lawrence Krauss, "What Einstein Got Wrong," in Scientific American’s 100th anniversary of Einstein’s publication of general relativity - Scientific American

Einstein's brain was preserved after his death in 1955, but this fact was not revealed until 1986.

Rare and Iconic Photos of Einstein Celebrate His Nobel Win 90 Years Ago

Einstein is the most famous and beloved scientist of all time. We revere him not only as a scientific genius but also as a moral and even spiritual sage. Abraham Pais, Einstein's friend and biographer, called him "the divine man of the 20th century." To New York Times physics reporter Dennis Overbye, Einstein was an “icon" of "humanity in the face of the unknown." So to rephrase my question: Will science ever produce another figure who evokes such hyperbolic reverence?