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ALBERT EINSTEIN

In this fact-file find out why we turned Albert into a superhero.
Superhero Backstory
Albert has the power to bend the space-time continuum.

Albert has had a lifelong obsession with discovering the location of the Brownian System, a solar system at the edges of the universe. Albert's quest leads him to hunt for power beyond space and time, but this is often a solo affair and at times Albert questions wether or not he has purpose he doesn't fully comprehend.
THE DRAWING EXPLAINED
Albert is able to manipulate and alter the dimensions of space and time.
On Einstein's sweater is the name of his violin, Lina. Albert had many violins in his lifetime, his affectionate nickname 'Lina' was given to each one of them.
Superpower
Albert is known for developing the theory of relativity.
The Einstein's Cross can be found in Pegasus Constellation, which is a group of stars.
Location
SideKick
Albert's side-kick is Conrad Habicht. Conrad was a Swiss mathematician and close friend of Albert.
In recent years strange signals from black holes suggests there's more to space-time than Einstein believed.
Weakness
Each drawing we create has one or more hidden treasure(s) about our superheroes' life experiences, depictions in art, jobs or discoveries. Did you find the ones hidden in this drawing?
Discovery
We have packed a lot into our Top Quarkz playing cards - from amazing imagined superpowers to biographical information and hidden treasures.
Einstein was granted a patent for a blouse. He is wearing it in this drawing. It's an expandable suit jacket that has two sets of buttons.
EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES
What does a Physicist do?
Physics is about asking fundamental questions and trying to answer them by observing and experimenting.
Video Credit: NASA Goddard
What is the Theory of Relativity?
A short educational film to explain the Special Theory of Relativity.
Video Credit: Vinit Masram
Albert Einstein is one of the most influential and well-known physicists in history. Learn more about his life and work in this mini biography.
Want to learn more about Albert?
Recommended Reading
If you are looking for a book on Albert, check out On a Beam of Light: A Story of Albert Einstein - by Jennifer Berne & Vladimir Radunsky.
Many people think Albert Einstein won the Nobel Prize for his Theory of Relativity, but he won it for the photoelectric effect.
Video Credit: OpenMind
Why did Albert win a Nobel Prize?
1) It took Albert nine years to find a job because one of his professors would not give him a recommendation after university.

2) Albert had an FBI file, which focused on his association with pacifist and socialist organisations.

3) Albert co-invented a refrigerator that operated on compressed gases.

4) Albert was a musician he began violin lessons aged five and he played for the rest of his life.
Fun Facts
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