Was Einstein a witch, how did he know about the fourth dimension?

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  • 1 week ago
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    Einstein was simply a very intelligent man. His theories about gravity and spacetime were highly counter-intuitive to most people at the time he proposed them, but through relatively simple experiments, his theories were vindicated.

    • Dj2541
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      1 week agoReport

      Einstein  was  just  a front  for his  wife  who actually  had the brains and ideas??

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  • Hockey
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    1 week ago

    How dumb is this question? 

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  • Fred
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    1 week ago

    Albert Einstein developed radically advanced theories of how light, mass, and time were interrelated to each other on a mathematical basis.  No black coned hats nor cats involved.  The mathematical interrelations are poetry even a century after first pronounced and continue to find support to this day! 

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  • Anonymous
    1 week ago

    Fourth dimension? There are 3. Time is not a dimension. Time is a measurement. Einstein was a thinker & he kept copious notes. He proved his ideas with mathematics.Google it.

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  • 1 week ago

    The fore dimensions are height, width, depth, and time. Basically how big something is and when in time it exists. The term dimension sounds a lot more complicated than it is. Also, Einstein lived in a time without computers or the internet so he probably read a lot. Not a witch, just a smart son of a *****.

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  • Ludwig
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    1 week ago

    Anybody can imagine a fourth dimension. Or a fifth, sixth etc. The maths is easy.

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  • Brian
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    1 week ago

    Yeah, time has always been a well kept secret.

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  • Robin
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    1 week ago

    no i think he was christain

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  • 1 week ago

    Most people already knew that time was a thing.  Or in other words he didn't really discover a new fourth dimension, his insight was that time isn't independent of three dimensional space and is actually part of the fabric of the universe.  

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  • IOM
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    1 week ago

    Fourth Dimension? WITCH? 

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  • Anonymous
    1 week ago

    No.

    A clever mind that used science.

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