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    • Einstein’s Unfinished Symphony

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      This fascinating film takes an in-depth look inside the life and times of Albert Einstein. Even as he lay on his deathbed this brilliant man asked only for his glass, his latest equations and his writing implements. Although he knew he was dying he continued to work right until the very end. Einstein spent his final hours, coming in an out of consciousness determined to complete what he had hoped would be his greatest work of all time. The project was that of monumental complexity, he had hoped to unlock the mind of God.

      Earlier in this fascinating man’s life he had said “I am not interested in this phenomenon or that phenomenon, I want to know God’s thoughts – the rest are mere details.” This is a mission in which he would spend his life trying to unravel. However, even as he lay dying, Einstein understood there were some secrets in which God was not going to reveal. He died knowing he had become secluded from the rest of the scientific community, respected by many and mocked by others for his quests.

      Einstein’s Unfinished Symphony takes viewers inside this quest. Into the mind of one of the greatest scientists of his time to explore his unfinished symphony, the one secret in which he was unable to figure out.


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      Published on March 26, 2010 · Filed under: Astronomy, Space, Biography, Cosmology, Physics, Science, Technology
    • EVINSDAD

      FUCKING MISERY FAT KATHY BATES LOOKING BITCH NURSE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    • lol

      totally!

      she killed the genius…

    • Dan Bartz

      grow up

    • Amir Bengali

      great documentary…
      very inspiring

    • Robbyou

      one of my deepest wishes would be to be in the mind of Einstein or Hawking just for an afternoon. Imagine the understanding of ideas you could come away with. Imagine seeing the world through their eyes