Einstein playing the violin
Did you know that Albert Einstein, the worldfamous physicist who is best known for his mass-energy equation (E = mc²), could also play the violin? The German-born genius wasn’t a one-trick-pony. Not only was he great at mathematics and physics, he could also play the violin, as you can see in the rare historical picture above. After discovering Mozart’s violin sonatas at the age of 13, music became a lifelong passion for Einstein.
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