Why is Albert Einstein’s brain being preserved?

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After his death, scientist Albert Einstein’s brain was preserved for research purposes. He was a scientist with an IQ of 160 to 190.

Albert Einstein proposed the continuous theory of the speed of light in his theory of’special relativity’ in 1905, and later he changed mass curves’space’ and ‘time’ and the resulting curve speed according to the general theory of relativity.

Einstein explained the gravity that curves the sky and time, affecting the motion of a moving object, in terms other than the gravitational force of a massive object.

Albert Einstein’s brain was preserved in order to determine how the head of the person performing all of these equations actually works and which part of his brain is more developed than ours.

Pathologist Thomas Harvey cut small pieces of his brain and placed them in a jar in 1955.

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