Einstein Letter in Brazil

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A letter from Albert Einstein written almost 65 years ago has been discovered in a safe at a Brazilian school, according to reports. A typed message with the signature of the physicist is dated June 24, 1951, Princeton, New Jersey, which is where Einstein lived most of his life. The letter is addressed to students at Colégio Anchieta, a Jesuit school More...

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