Albert Einstein Considered as the father of modern physics, Albert Einstein was born March 14, 1879 under the Pisces sign. His invaluable contributions to the field of physics, philosophy, and scientific discoveries made him one of the most influential and best known scientists and intellectuals of all time. Aside from garnering prestigious honors like German-Swiss Nobel laureate, Albert also received the 1921 Nobel Prize in Physics for his discovery of the law of the “photoelectric effect”.
Albert was raised in Ulm, Kingdom of Württemberg, and Germany. He shared a very deep relationship with his father, Hermann Einstein, who was an engineer and founder of a company that manufactured electrical equipments based on direct current. Like all Pisces, Albert was sensitive to his environment and absorbed every bit of knowledge his father shared. When his father gave him a pocket compass, Albert’s thirst to learn the reason behind the movement of the needle was the stepping stone of his numerous scientific studies.
When he reached teen hood, Albert was permitted by his father to apply at Eidgenössische Polytechnische Schule in Zürich, Switzerland. During his first year, he met Mileva MariÄ‡, the only woman among the six students in the mathematics and physics section of the diploma course. Although Pisces is known for being highly mysterious, Albert’s natural ability to adapt to any person or situation enabled him to establish a close relationship with her.
After several years of a romantic relationship that resulted to several collaborations in scientific works, the couple married in January 1903. Because of their inclination to science and passion for knowledge and discoveries, the marriage lasted for several years. Pisces is a natural artist that utilizes his talents to draw out life’s emotions.
In May 1904, the couple had their first son, Hans Albert Einstein, in Bern, Switzerland. After the birth of their second child, Einstein left his family in Zurich and moved to Berlin to pursue his carrier. Due to distance and lack of communication, the couple grew part and divorced on February 1919.
Always in search for good and loving relationships, Einstein married Elsa Löwenthalon on June 1919. Although they were close relatives, Einstein brought her to the United States where they emigrated permanently.