For Albert Einstein, it turns out the law of attraction was relative. A handwritten note by the Nobel-winning scientist, written to a young woman who apparently caught his eye during a trip to Italy, is set to go on sale at a Jerusalem auction.
An anti-Semitic letter from Hitler's favorite composer is being auctioned in Israel."Wagner would roll over in his grave" if he knew that a bearded Jew in Jerusalem would profit from his letter, the auctioneer said.
A handwritten letter by physicist Albert Einstein was sold for more than $100,000 at an auction in Jerusalem, alongside a private note he wrote to a young woman in Florence. The letter discusses the Theory of Relativity.
The famous physicist wrote the sentence on a bit of stationary after finding out he had won the 1921 Nobel Prize in physics. His words were as lucrative as they were profound.
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