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  1. Known as one of the dominating figures on the modern scientific world, Albert Einstein changed the course of science with his groundbreaking work in the field. To this day, he is considered as nothing less than a genius, in every sense of the world. However, there are a few curious facts about the towering genius of 20th century that not many people know of. Find out more about Einstein's incredible life here. © Twitter 1. Einstein gave away his Nobel Prize as divorce settlement. Einstein married Mileva Maricis early 1900s. However, after their marriage hit the rocks in 1910 the couple got divorced in 1919. During this time, Einstein promised to hand over whatever money he might receive from the Nobel Prize. After he won the prize in 1922 for his work of photoelectric effect, he offered the prize money to her. © Twitter 2. A solar eclipse made Einstein famous. When Einstein published his theory of general relativity in 1915, which talked about gravitational fields causing distortions in the fabric of space and time, it became a huge controversy. Finally in 1919, a total solar eclipse provided the proper conditions to test the theory and Einstein was proved right. Einstein became an overnight celebrity. © Twitter 3. Einstein was spied upon by the FBI for years. After Einstein moved to the US from Berlin after Hitler's rise to power in 1933, he came under the FBI's radar for his support for pacifist, civil rights and left-wing causes. FBI launched a 24-hour surveillance that stretched over 22 years. The FBI wished to prove that he was a Soveit spy. By the time Einstein dies, his FBI file comprised of 1800 pages of data. © Twitter 4. Einstein's brain was stolen upon his death. After Einstein died in 1955 from an abdominal aortic aneurysm, Princeton pathologist Thomas Harvey removed his brain during regular autopsy and kept it with an aim to unlock the secrets of his genius. After getting necessary approvals, he cut Einstein's brain into pieces and sent them around the world for research. The most controversial research paper claimed that Einstein had unusual folds on his parietal lobe, a part of the brain associated with mathematical and spatial ability.
  2. The Stolen Princess Ruslan and Ludmila (2018) 720p BluRay [Hindi + Eng] Openload Movie Short Story : The Stolen Princess is a 2018 Ukrainian 3D animated fantasy film directed by Oleg Malamuzh and based on the fairy tale Ruslan and Ludmila by Russian poet Aleksandr Pushkin. The film premiere in Ukraine took place on March 7, 2018.
  3. You never feel your best when you are at the receiving end of a theft. Obviously. It gets especially worse when you are a student, always running low on money and even energy on most days for that matter, besides a lot of other stuff. This universal condition that is commonly shared by most students around the world, took an even uglier turn when a university student's laptop was stolen in UK. The incident was shared by the guy's flatmate on Twitter, who revealed that the stealing the laptop wasn't the last thing the thief did. In his Twitter post, Stevie Valentine shared how after his flatmate's laptop was stolen, the thief reached out to him and apologised for the theft in an earnest email, and even suggesting helping the guy out with his important university files. So my flat mates laptop got stolen today, please pree what the thief sent him ððððpic.twitter.com/pDhhpmncPz — Stevie Valentine (@StevieBlessed) November 28, 2018 The tweet has since gone viral and obviously the netizens had a field day between sympathizing with the thief and feelings sorry for the bloke. But regardless of it all, that has given us a good laugh and here's a piece of it for you too. If he's really sorry he'll write the next essay. — Theo (@Heli0s) November 28, 2018 “If there are any files such as university work, that you need let me know”. MANNNNNN pic.twitter.com/Jud0Mb4UfO — sulia moses (@suliarmoses) November 28, 2018 And they say there's no honor amongst thieves smh — Preston (@Press107Preston) November 28, 2018 Just buy the laptop back from him. He needs the money ðð — ChistaBlue (@chista92) November 28, 2018 That's right. Pay for own laptop ð¤¦ð¼‍âï¸ð — Stanley Evason (@stanno61) November 29, 2018 You're ruining the fun coz that's what I thought too. But was like let me pretend it's not and enjoy the tweet ð — Shimo Shimiza (@khanyielanga) November 28, 2018 pic.twitter.com/xkLHAHiZ8m — Saf (@_safwaan_) November 28, 2018 A sympathetic criminal. We stan. — isa (@moisturizeds) November 28, 2018 He deserves the charger pic.twitter.com/Lab5L8Me0L — Olufemi Oyekanmi (@_jimmydneutron) November 28, 2018 Wow. I get it. And the email seems sweet. But damn you stole from a student. Students are broke too. And now they need to figure out a laptop. Or how to get their work done. — Derick Vason Swinson (@SwinsonVason) November 28, 2018 The thief sending the documents back pic.twitter.com/1qjzFJRMSZ — Lemphorwana la Bojalwa (@Roooosta) November 28, 2018
  4. Motorola has launched a new device in China that has managed to confuse everyone. At first glance, it looks like the iPhone X, but when you look closer and see the paint job, it'll remind you of Huawei's P20 Pro. In fact, Motorola has decided to troll Huawei and has named this device the P30. While we've seen many companies take inspiration from Apple's iPhone X, including the Vivo V9, Xiaomi Mi A2 or the P20 Lite, Motorola has decided to go ahead and copy the design very precisely. The only difference is, there's a Moto logo on the back instead of an Apple. © Motorola The P30 has a ceramic back that comes in three flavours - black, white and a purple + blue gradient colour. The Moto logo on the back also houses a fingerprint sensor. If you're out there looking for a new phone that is cheaper but looks as attractive as the iPhone X, the P30 is for you. The phone has a 6.2-inch Full HD+ LCD display with a resolution of 2246 x 1080 and an aspect ratio of 19:9. This where the high-end feel ends though, the phone is powered by the budget Snapdragon 636 processor along with 6GB of RAM. Two storage variants, 64 and 128GB are available, along with an expandable microSD card slot. © Motorola On the rear, the dual camera setup consists of a 16-megapixel primary sensor and a 5-megapixel secondary sensor with an aperture of f/1.8 and f/2.2 respectively. It can shoot portrait photos along with videos at 1080p. On the front is a 12-megapixel sensor with a f/2.0 aperture. Thankfully the phone has a type-C connection that charges the 3000mAh battery. The phone also supports fast charging and a 3.5mm jack, for the old schools out there. © Motorola The phone runs on Android 8.0 Oreo with Lenovo's ZUI 4.0 skin on the top. For now, the phone has launched in China and the 64GB variant retails for CNY 1,999 (Rs 20,500) while the 128GB one goes for CNY 2,099 (Rs 21,500). There is a possibility Motorola might launch the phone to more global markets after making an announcement at IFA Berlin.
  5. Motorola has launched a new device in China that has managed to confuse everyone. At first glance, it looks like the iPhone X, but when you look closer and see the paint job, it'll remind you of Huawei's P20 Pro. In fact, Motorola has decided to troll Huawei and has named this device the P30. While we've seen many companies take inspiration from Apple's iPhone X, including the Vivo V9, Xiaomi Mi A2 or the P20 Lite, Motorola has decided to go ahead and copy the design very precisely. The only difference is, there's a Moto logo on the back instead of an Apple. © Motorola The P30 has a ceramic back that comes in three flavours - black, white and a purple + blue gradient colour. The Moto logo on the back also houses a fingerprint sensor. If you're out there looking for a new phone that is cheaper but looks as attractive as the iPhone X, the P30 is for you. The phone has a 6.2-inch Full HD+ LCD display with a resolution of 2246 x 1080 and an aspect ratio of 19:9. This where the high-end feel ends though, the phone is powered by the budget Snapdragon 636 processor along with 6GB of RAM. Two storage variants, 64 and 128GB are available, along with an expandable microSD card slot. © Motorola On the rear, the dual camera setup consists of a 16-megapixel primary sensor and a 5-megapixel secondary sensor with an aperture of f/1.8 and f/2.2 respectively. It can shoot portrait photos along with videos at 1080p. On the front is a 12-megapixel sensor with a f/2.0 aperture. Thankfully the phone has a type-C connection that charges the 3000mAh battery. The phone also supports fast charging and a 3.5mm jack, for the old schools out there. © Motorola The phone runs on Android 8.0 Oreo with Lenovo's ZUI 4.0 skin on the top. For now, the phone has launched in China and the 64GB variant retails for CNY 1,999 (Rs 20,500) while the 128GB one goes for CNY 2,099 (Rs 21,500). There is a possibility Motorola might launch the phone to more global markets after making an announcement at IFA Berlin.
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