Einstein was a German physicist who came up with many groundbreaking theories even he was awarded the Nobel price in physics in 1921. Although Einstein was a man of science, before his death he asked not to conduct research on his body, he wanted his body to be cremated and ashes scattered secretly.
In 1955, he died in Princeton. A pathologist Thomas Harvey was called to examine his body but Harvey stole Einstein's brain and ran away. He kept it in jars in his basement and studied it for 40 years.
After 40 years, Harvey decided to show up and gave brain to scientists. When scientists studied his brain they are shocked to see that. Einstein's brain had 17% more neurons means more synapses were being fired in Einstein's brain and giving him more power. Further study on his brain showed that Einstein's brain was missing a wrinkle called Parietal Operculum. Due to which size of his Parietal Lobe was increased by 20%. This is responsible for Math skills and Mental Images. As a result, his ability to image things was boosted. So we can say that apart from his love for science, he was also lucky abnormally.
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