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MILEVA MARIC Serbian physicist and mathematician; first wife of Albert Einstein. Mileva was Einstein's first wife

They don't call him a genius for nothing!

Albert Einstein was not an atheist as some professing atheists claim. He knew that there was a Creator. Look at his words about faith and science.

Einstein with his wife Elsa

Albert and Elsa in They were first cousins. Einstein fell ill with ulcer and liver problems in 1917 while he was separated from his wife Mileva Marić. His cousin Elsa Lowenthal nursed him back to health and the two were wed in

Bust of Einstein-Marić dream come true in the new Garden (on campus). Her eyes and ears are wearing the armband in protest against the unfair treatment to her: "don't you see or hear, dear Mileva, how many tubs of mud poured on you these historians of science.

Bust of Einstein-Marić dream come true in the new Garden (on campus). Her eyes and ears are wearing the armband in protest against the unfair treatment to her: "don't you see or hear, dear Mileva, how many tubs of mud poured on you these historians of science.

Jonas Salk, photo by Yousuf Karsh.  Relief of human suffering.  Photograph by one of the greatest portrait photographers of all time.

Jonas Salk, photo by Yousuf Karsh. Relief of human suffering. Photograph by one of the greatest portrait photographers of all time.

Marie Curie - 1st female professor at Paris U, winner of two Nobel prizes - which she donated, discovery of two elements as well as radioactivity

Marie Skłodowska-Curie was the first woman to win a Nobel Prize, the only woman to date to win in two fields, and the only person to win in multiple sciences.

Marie Tharp (1920-2006) was the first person to map the ocean floor.  Her research showed the the ocean floor was not flat, and many scientists (mostly men) disagreed.  Despite opposition, she continued to work on her map.  Satellite photography has proved the accuracy of her map, which is still in use today.

Marie Tharp was the first person to map the ocean floor. Her research showed the the ocean floor was not flat, and many scientists (mostly men) disagreed. Despite opposition, she continued to work on her map. Satellite photography has prove

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