Most famous physicist of the 20th century. His publications in 1905 are regarded as the beginning of a new era in physics. He made discoveries on Brownian motion, the photoelectric effect, special relativity, and energy equivalence. In his paper "Does the Inertia of a Body Depend Upon Its Energy Content?" published in late 1905, he propesed the equation E=mcc, his most famous equation. This equation says that an object at rest posseses energy. Therefore that mass is energy. What most people don't know is that Einstein did not discover this equation, Olinto de Pretto, a little know Italian physicist published the equation in 1903. Although it is possible that Einstein did not know about de Pretto's publications many historians believe that Einstein did have knowledge of de Pretto's dicoveries and did not acknowledge them in his publications.

by Felipe Andrade April 21, 2005

a very smart bloke, everyone knows he thought of the theory of relativity and the formula E-MC squared.

no one can explain any of it

no one can explain any of it

say wasn't Albert Einstein at Princeton? ... you know i heard he argued with his wife , crazy huh? a guy like that, a genius even he couldn't figure out women!

by theamazingjt March 20, 2011

Some really smart dude. He failed math and still became famous, so it is ok to hate math. He came up with this whole e=mc2 thing. His cause of death is unknown, but it is believed that he divided by zero.

by gravy666 February 10, 2008

Albert Einstein, took what the Lorenz Fitzgerald apparatus discovered about the constancy of light and the stupidity of the world made of ether, and ran with it. Did not accept the fact that Quantum Mechanics was "real" and said that "God does not play dice with the universe" ironically, Quantum Mechanics is the science that catapulted the start of a technological revolution. Computers, Video Games and IMAX fucking theatre based of concepts of Quantum Mechanics. Cant blame the wild white haired man though, both theories of relativity and QM contradict but are equally true. I guess the world works in a paradox. (The accuracy of this proposition can be debatable...I aint no fucking physics major)

Also, b.c of Einstein we know that theoretically, Time Travel is possible but not like you think it is like in Back to the Future, more like time dilation when traveling at high speeds near the speed of light

Also, b.c of Einstein we know that theoretically, Time Travel is possible but not like you think it is like in Back to the Future, more like time dilation when traveling at high speeds near the speed of light

by TheeImran November 04, 2006

the act of spewing your load across a girls upper lip after getting a blow job, making her look like Albert Einstein

I ended up pulling out earlier and shooting my wad across her upper lip giving her an Albert Einstein

by da' witz November 19, 2011

aka "The grand-father of all memes": 1. Very imaginative and putative father of many quotes. 2. "Last argument of internet rascals and trolls." (From Albert Einstein's dictionary of the internet).

by Humorlos January 03, 2014