Albert Einstein
Albert Einstein
Biographical information
Date of birthMarch 14, 1879
Age (1885)6
Age (1931)52
Age (1955)76 (Deceased)
Physical description
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Doc einstein

Doc Brown meets Albert Einstein.

Albert Einstein (March 14, 1879 - April 18, 1955) was a physicist in the late 19th and early to mid 20th century.


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Albert Einstein's portrait at far right.

Einstein was a theoretical physicist who developed his Special and General Theories of Relativity to explain physics of the universe in the modern day.

Dr. Emmett Brown had a portrait of Einstein in the study area of his garage and even named his dog Einstein.

On June 13, 1931, Marty called out to Einstein by name. Emmett Brown figured that Marty (who claimed to be from the patent office) gave him that name since Albert Einstein was also a patent clerk.

On October 12 of that year, when wanting to get a heartbroken Emmett Brown out of depression, Marty claimed that he didn't have the guts to follow his dreams, and dismissed his aspirations as daydreams. Emmett responded by pointing out that Thomas Edison, Albert Einstein and Dr. Frankenstein all had daydreams, and went on to make great accomplishments.

In 1991, Doc and Einstein traveled to New York on March 16, 1953, to witness New York attorney general Nathaniel Goldstein present a model of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. He introduced his dog Einstein to Albert Einstein himself.

In 1993, Doc traveled to March 14, 1933 to visit Albert Einstein during his visit to Chicago, Illinois. He hung a photograph of himself on the train with Albert Einstein in his chicken restaurant.

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