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E . . . Part three

At the end of his arms chalked fingers his hands held. No need for a brush as shirts elbow worked jus fine. Equations an answers run from another get them together in his set time. Calibrate thought an all's that within share logical mind .... the answers begin~
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Posted: Apr 2010
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One of the greatest minds ever known . . . . Einstein . . . . a body of thought in itself as to where he was at:)

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trurorobonline today!
Good series on Albert!!
yes i agree he's a true visionary. "head wind in life challenged" is a good line. I had heard that Albert and another great physicist, I think Edward Teller, were walking the grounds of Princeton discussing relativity, and didn't even notice and earthquake was going on, but had to be interrupted and told. That is focus. Anyway, I digress, nice trilogy.
Bentlee - I enjoyed the trio of creativity...nice tribute my friend!head banger
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