There’s no name more synonymous with Jewish genius than Albert Einstein.
On the 100th anniversary of the general theory of relativity, there’s still no name more synonymous with Jewish genius than Albert Einstein. Yet the iconic scientist had a surprisingly fraught and complex relationship with Judaism and Zionism.
Relativity at 100: From the archives: a Forverts reporter meets up with Einstein in his house in Princeton.
Relativity at 100: an old Forverts interview with Einstein, as he rides the ferry across NY harbor.
Brian Greene explains how the theory of relativity truly changed the way we understand our universe.
Albert Einstein was never known as the most observant of Jews. So how did an ultra-Orthodox man end up curating the Albert Einstein Archives in Jerusalem — and what has he learned from the iconic scientist’s works?
For a good part of the 19th century, scientists believed that a planet called Vulcan existed in the universe. But they were very wrong—and Albert Einstein explained why.