Albert Einstein re-wrote the textbooks of science in 1905: physics since has been little more than a series of footnotes to the theories of a 26-year-old patent-office clerk. Einstein's science and emotional life come together in this vivid portrait of a rebellious and contradictory figure, a pacifist whose legendary equation E=mc2 squared opened scientists' eyes to the terrible power within every atom. 'To punish me for my contempt for authority, ' he lamented, 'Fate has made me an authority myself'
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