On April 18, 1955, Albert Einstein died of a ruptured artery. The theoretical physicist had influenced the core of the philosophy of science with the general theory of relativity, which became one of the two pillars of modern physics. Einstein's influence
Albert Einstein did not speak until comparatively late in childhood, and remained reluctant to talk until about the age of seven. Some argue this was an indication that he had Asperger's syndrome, an autism spectrum disorder that affects language and behavioral development in children.
Despite this widely believed myth, Einstein did not fail math at first. In fact, he excelled in physics and math from a young age and studied calculus while only 12 years old.