1905 At the age of 26, an unknown Swiss patent clerk who worked on physics in his spare time published four brilliant papers that revolutionized science and altered the way we view the world. He announced that E=mc2 (translation: matter can be converted to energy—more energy than anyone could dream of, because the speed of light [c] clocks out at a staggering 186,000+ miles per second).
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