Einstein, Albert
(1879-1955). Físico teórico nacido en Alemania autor de la Teoría Especial de la Relatividad y de la Teoría General de la Relatividad (1915) que revolucionó por entero el campo de la física clásica. Enunció la equivalencia de masa y energía, e = mc2, que explica las reacciones nucleares. Se le otorgó en 1921 el premio Nobel de Física. Se hizo ciudadano norteamericano en 1940 y fue partidario militante de un Gobierno Universal.

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