Mar 15, 2010


Albert Einstein worked tirelessly on scientific discoveries that changed the path of human history.

Through great efforts and devotion to one's craft, one can attain a level of immortality by becoming scribed into the history of mankind, although

What value is there, when even in a few centuries, the history of the now will be irrelevant in the history of the future?

Neither does this seeming immortality keep one from sickness and physical death.

Even the most sharp witted mind falls victim to the same inevitable end that the dullard faces.


Also, Albert Einstein had several children that were abandoned, failed marriages, and incestuous relations with his cousin.


If there was no man, there would be no sin, or "evil?"

What if there was only one man?

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