Three circular, freestanding sections require 6’ x 8’ of space. One shipping case. 1979, Viewers guide available.
A rich selection of Einstein’s words accompanied by illustrations and photographs, this exhibit takes as its theme the famous physicist’s views of the scientific life: "the essential thing in a man of my type is what he thinks and how he thinks, not what he does or suffers." Einstein had faith that the universe was harmonious and orderly, and he spent his life trying to uncover and describe that order.
TECHNOLOGY, SCIENCE AND NATURE
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