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Article Legacy Einstein's work laid the foundation for much of the research into the evolution of the universe as well as modern technology,... Article General Relativity By 1911, gravity had finally lured Einstein from other topics, and his thoughts culminated in 1916 with his masterpiece Gener... Article Gravity Albert Einstein imagined how a housepainter would experience gravity if he fell off a roof. The success of Einstein's Special... Article World Government Einstein's passionate commitment to the cause of global peace led him to support the creation of a single, unified world gove... Article McCarthy Era Einstein supported a number of political causes that branded him a radical in the eyes of many in the U.S. government. He wro... Article Civil Rights Movement Although Einstein is not usually remembered for his commitment to civil rights, he was devoted to the cause, commenting that... Article Jewish Identity Einstein's personal experience of anti-Semitism while in Germany, combined with the extreme brutality of the Holocaust, furth... Article Global Citizen Einstein recognized that his fame made it possible for him to serve as a powerful advocate for his deeply held political beli... Article Special Relativity Einstein first published his Special Theory of Relativity—which describes his revolutionary ideas about light, time and energ... Article Revolution: Energy Einstein's work on the Special Theory of Relativity prompted him to rethink the fundamental laws of physics. He realized that... Article Energy The most famous equation in the world, E=mc2, arrived rather quietly. The secret the equation revealed—that mass and energy a... Article Einstein's Revolution Albert Einstein reinterpreted the inner workings of nature, the very essence of light, time, energy and gravity. His insights...