Albert Einstein (March 14, 1879 – April 18, 1955)
Most people have no idea how Einstein changed their everyday lives in ways they can't even imagine.
What's sad, however, is this: on the front page of the Montreal Gazette today is a huge picture of the cardinals with news about the pope election; meanwhile, the anniversary of Einstein's death is on the second page, way down at the bottom, in a little square, barely mentioned.
Isn't "anniversary" equal to "Fest"(Ger.),as in a joyful celebration???Should we COMMEMORATE Einstein's death,or celebrate it...?
My dictionary gives two definitions of anniversary, both a purely chronological one and the celebration one. I meant the former.
I think its traditional to celebrate a birthday of a man, and ''remember a man for who they were'' on their death date.
Einstine was a great man (whom I wish to speak to if I can just figure out v > c travel roflmfao) when it came to physics.
wouldnt we all
"Anniversary" is purely chronological.
Anniversary is not.It has double sense,as any dictionary would show.
I concede; however, I don't find "celebration" inherently implied by "anniversary". Just as we can celebrate an anniversary, so can we commemorate it.
Well, it is a newspaper, not an oldspaper!
What does this mean? I do think they should have gave Einstine a larger article and maybe a short bio. I wounder where he is now
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