Albert Einstein was a scientist/mathematician. He was born in Ulm, Germany on March 14, 1879. He died on April 18, 1955. He is most noted for his work on relativity and many call him a theoretical physicist. Some of his most famous works are , General Relativity, Special Relativity, and his Theory of Brownian Motion. Some of the works listed here are part of Einstein's miracle year (1905). During this specific year he published four papers that changed the view of the world. To learn more about his miracle year visit 
- Main article: Relativity
Relativity is a branch of modern science that has two parts: special relativity and general relativity. Both were formed by Albert Einstein.
Special relativity deals with spacetime and its behavior when an object is moving in a line. Some of its statements are: objects moving at higher speeds experience slower time. Also, the speed of light, or , is the highest speed any object can achieve. Objects moving at c would then move to their destination in no time since time slows down to a stop.
Special relativity also deals with the equivalence of mass and energy, with the famous equation . This shows that the amount of energy an object contains is equal to its mass multiplied by the squared speed of light. It also shows that a huge amount of energy can come from only a tiny piece of matter.
General relativity deals with spacetime and its behavior when an object has any behavior. It deals with things that the Special Theory of Relativity can not deal with. This article is a stub. Help us out by.