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8/14/07: Einstein

Photo by Oren J. Turner (1947)
Photo by Oren J. Turner (1947)

By Doug Fabrizio

Salt Lake City, UT – Albert Einstein. Although not everyone could tell you what it means, most people could recite his equation E=mc2 and refer to his Theory of Relativity. The Nobel Prize winning Physicist remains one of the world's most recognizable geniuses, who pushed past the boundaries of classical science. With new access to his personal letters, biographer Walter Isaacson tells the story of Einstein - a story of passion, curiosity and rebellion. Tuesday, Doug talks to Isaacson about this 20th century icon - and about the relationship between creativity and freedom.

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