Obscure Phenomena That Einstein Turned Into Major Discoveries

Can a “grain of pollen” change the world? One might think it’s too tiny for an object that can bring any changes whatsoever. But that’s exactly what happened: a grain of pollen managed to change the world as it was part of a huge discovery. Back in 1827 a botanist was studying the pollination of plants when he noticed something strange going on under his microscope. What was it and why did it get the name of “Brownian motion”?

Here’re some of the unexplained oddities that Einstein turned into major discoveries. We all know that Albert Einstein was a prominent scientist but he managed to build breakthrough theories out of overlooked phenomena others could hardly find explanation to. Let’s get to know them…


Grain of pollen 00:00
Brownian Motion 01:00
No proof 01:18
Albert Einstein 01:35
Everything is Relative 02:38
Statistical laws of Motion 03:08
The world of the atom 03:38
Mercury 04:28
Universal Law of Gravity 04:33
1750s and beyond 05:35
Late 1760s and early 1770s 05:58
Astronomical Units 06:30
Year 1781 07:35
Perihelion point 08:18
Special Theory of relativity 10:30

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