Einstein was said to be a very slow talker as a child. He is said to not have begun speaking until around the age of five, which worried his parents into believing that he might be "slow." Today the term "Einstein Syndrome" is used to categorize exceptionally bright children who display a delay in speech.
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"The true value of a human being is determined by the measure and the sense in which they have obtained liberation from the self. We shall require a substantially new manner of thinking if humanity is to survive."- (Albert Einstein, 1954)
Eeeee! It's almost Pi Day! Here are a few Fun Facts about pi and Pi Day that would be fun to share with students on this great Math holiday: 1: It took 1,000 years to prove pi irrational. 2: The first people to refer to the ratio between the diameter and circumference of a circle were the Ancient Egyptians.
(2) As he was a late talker, his parents were worried. At last, at the supper table one night, he broke his silence to say, "The soup is too hot." Greatly relieved, his parents asked why he had never said a word before. Albert replied, "Because up to now everything was in order." In his book, Thomas Sowell [wiki] noted that besides Einstein, many brilliant people developed speech relatively late in childhood. He called this condition The Einstein Syndrome.
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