Einstein's Brain

David Kestenbaum reports that Albert Einstein's brain is being analyzed by scientists at McMaster University in Ontario. According to researchers an area of his brain is 15 percent bigger and does not have the characteristic groove found in normal brains. Tthe German-born scientist's theory of relativity formed the basis of modern physics.



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