Dyslexia Series-Disabled Legend Albert Einstein

Albert Einstein was born on 14 March, 1879 and died on 18 April, 1955. Being one of the most important great minds of his century Albert Einstein was then known to suffer from dyslexia mainly because of his bad memory and his constant failure to memorize the simplest of things.

Albert would not remember the months in the year yet he would succeed in solving some of the most complicated mathematical formulas of the time without any trouble. Albert may have never learned how to properly tie his shoelaces but his scientific contributions and theories still have a major effect on all of todays current knowledge of science.

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