Albert Einstein's childhood video very inspirational

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Albert Einstein’s childhood video
Very inspiring and interesting

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  1. Einstein had some difficulties with speaking abilities when he was a child, he was convinced that he was a failure, his dad dead and still believing his son was a failure

  2. What a twisted conception of Einsteins beliefs. If I can get a quotation from where this was that would be great. And supply context. Even then, this argument fails.

    Why is there so much evil? Say, why not the mininum evil? Have you really learned what good is if you are crushed by a rock? No.
    If god is the creator of principles, why make it so it is free will to be ultimate goodwhich allows bad vs other good to be ultimate good?

    Because the argument doesnt work.

  3. It's so hilarious how reading the comments below, atheists are just sooo-so upset and angry at this video, bent on denying it. The very thought of God just makes their blood boil.
    The Truth hurts, I know!
    But guess what?
    Einstein believed in the Lord God, Almighty. Get over it 🙂

  4. Albert Einstein had autism as a kid he was a slow learner and as he grew up he became bright and smart. Alot of ppl say im smart and my dad says that all i need to do is to awaken the smartness in me? be how? i just started to believe in myself.

  5. BULLSHIT ! THIS IS FAKE AF..THIS IS A SMALL MOVIE ON HIM AND THIS CONCEPT WAS INTRODUCED BY SWAMI VIVEKANANDA A GREAT INDIAN..HE CAME UP WID THIS ..SO INSTEAD OF BLINDLY FOLLOWING THIS CRAP DO SOME RESEARCH !!!!

  6. Aaaaaand this is how stupid ass grownups fool children to believe in a imaginary god so they can go on giving time and money to the church hole their life's and create new little children to brainwash. HUUUUURRAAAAAYYYY!!!!!

  7. Ok I'm a scientist and philosopher, Albert Einstein is one of my personal heroes and he never said this ever! St Augustine made this argument but most Christians have never heard of him, so there wouldn't spam their friends with it. Also more proof in this actual video itself is at 0:54, pause the video now. That is part of Einstein's famous equation 'E=mc2' in which he came up with in 1905 when he was 26 years old, so this video fails instantly at that moment. Also I tried to find the source of where this video came from and all I can conclude is that it was pulled out of someone's ass. Also the idea of darkness and evil are privations rather than things that were created by God seems hard to square with Isaiah 45:7, which says "I form the light, and create darkness: I make peace, and create evil: I the LORD do all these things." (KJV) 
    Other translations replace "evil" with "bad things" or "disaster". Regardless, this passage makes it pretty clear that there's some horrible shit for which God is actively responsible. He doesn't just allow it to happen for the sake of preserving people's free will, as many apologists say. He deliberating causes these things. 

    Einstein was raised Jewish but didn't take it serious and grew out of it as a teenager. Einstein stated that "My position concerning God is that of an agnostic. I am convinced that a vivid consciousness of the primary importance of moral principles for the betterment and ennoblement of life does not need the idea of a law-giver, especially a law-giver who works on the basis of reward and punishment." The only concept of God in which he found plausible was the God of Spinoza, basically Pantheism, which in reality is a 'sexed up' version of atheism or as I like to call 'spiritual atheism'. Einstein even said that a belief in a personal God was the result of "childish analogies". Even William Henry O' Connell, a cardinal from Boston, upon reading Einstein's ideas about religion and God said, "the outcome of this doubt and befogged speculation about time and space is a cloak beneath which hides the ghastly apparition of atheism." O'Connell saw the difference between Einstein's views and Judeo-Christian orthodoxy that many apologists seem to prefer to not acknowledge.

  8. rotfl bring religions back to school????? I dont think so. more like brign theocratic studies back to school. The context in which Mr. Einstein brought God into this discussion was merely a metaphor. Using god in comparison to nature. Nature being all matter that we can perceive. God in and of itself is merely the name given to this singular source that all matter owes its origin of existence to, and evidently people have for some reason or another attributed the "thought" the "I am" of ourselves to this source of matter. Needless to say eventually within this century I believe we will come to find that matter as we know it is a result of "thought" or "subtle energy" for lack of a better phrase.

  9. The child in this video is not Einstein. This can be easily proven. At the start of the video there is an equation written on the blackboard E=sqrt{(pc)^2+(mc^2)^2}

    This is the complete version of Einstein's famous equation E=mc^2. If Einstein was a child and had never derived that equation, how is it written on the board?

  10. In your comment I am guessing your not a Christian..86% in the world consider themselves "religious" That's almost everybody!Jesus is coming very soon..He has prepared a place for all of us..who believe him

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