The History Blog Project

“Those who forget history are doomed to repeat it”

Through the words of some of history’s wisest characters we find insight into our own world.Connecting to the past helps us see how, in so many ways, the human condition remains the same. It is the foundation upon which we can face the modern world and move forward.If Albert Einstein were alive today, he would have so much to blog about. Fortunately for us, he already has.

Tom Schueneman is a writer and web publisher based in San Francisco, California. Tom publishes two other “history blogs”: MarkTwainBlog.org and ThomasPaineBlog.org. Both blogs are a look at the words of historic figures, with a view to their relation to our modern world and serve as the basis for the HistoryBlogProject.

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  1. In his lifetime, Albert Einstein received thousands of letters from fans asking him questions about his work, his life, and his thoughts on just about everything.

    Now you have your chance to ask any question of Albert Einstein, in honor of his birthday, March 14th. Your questions can be about his scientific breakthroughs or his personal life. Your questions will be answered by our world-renowned Albert Einstein expert Prof. Hanoch Gutfreund.
    How to enter:
    Sign up to attend this event! Then, ask Albert any question in the Wall space of this event or on our page’s wall. You can also email questions to PRmedia@savion.huji.ac.il

    Hebrew University’s Albert Einstein expert will select the most interesting questions to answer (as Albert would have answered them) in a video response on video March 22.

    Contest closes at 11:59pm, EST, March 14th.
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    And of course Happy Birthday Albert Einstein!

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