How Einstein’s Scientist Wife Turned Into His Shadow

Mileva Marić Einstein never realized her dreams

Albert and Mileva Einstein in 1912 | Image from Wikipedia

If she hadn’t been that smart, Mileva Marić would have had an easier life. She lived in the wrong era and married the wrong guy — the most influential physicist of the 20th century. But her future looked so promising when she was young.

The Girl Who Wanted to Be a…

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