- Producer27/06/201660 Years Later and the Genius Lives OnIndisputably, Albert Einstein was a genius. In fact, his intellectual achievements and contributions to modern science have made his name synonymous with the word. So what enables a man who was described by his earliest teachers as "a poor student"...
Comments29/06/2016 #17 Lisa GallagherExcellent article @Melissa Hughes ! I had no idea his brain had been studied to the degree it was. What an amazing finding. I heard not long ago that Scientists had discovered that we can use both sides of our brains but I had no idea it was in fact due to Einstein and the study of his brain!28/06/2016 #11 ptharso castroI strongly believe that the millennial statistics are true and can say much more about human beings than traditional science. See something about in
- Producer07/06/2016Mind Batteries of the GeniusWhat makes a genius person? Why do we remember names such as Shakespeare, Copernicus and Newton even though they passed long times ago? Every one of them wasn't just "one ingenuity shot in the arm"; in contrast every one excelled in almost...
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