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Finches, Einstein's Wife, And Other Myths, By Alberto A. Martinez

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Albert Einstein’s childhood dream of working in mathematics and in the sciences, was far from an easy road to success and to a transformation, which changed the future for mankind forever. The book “Science Secrets: The Truth about Darwin's Finches, Einstein's Wife, and Other Myths,” written by Alberto A. Martinez, chronicles the many difficulties that Albert Einstein faced while pursuing his dream career. Martinez suggests:
After exhausting and nearly traumatic final exams, Albert [Einstein] graduated college in 1900. He failed to get a university job, though he said that he applied to every job in Europe… So, Albert lived in considerable poverty. In 1902, Einstein moved to Bern, the capital of Switzerland, and took a low-level job at the

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