Lieserl Einstein (born 27 January 1902; date of death unknown) was the first child of Mileva Marić and Albert Einstein.
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Lieserl Einstein (born January, 1902 – last mentioned in 1903; Date of death is 18th of September 1903) was the first child of Mileva Marić and Albert Einstein . According to the correspondence between her parents, "Lieserl" was born in January, 1902, a year before her parents married, in Novi Sad, Vojvodina, present day Serbia, and was cared for by her mother for a short time while Einstein worked in Switzerland before Marić joined him there without the child.
- January 1902 Novi Sad, Vojvodina, Serbia
- Albert Einstein (1879-1955)
- 18 September 1903
- Mileva Marić (1875-1948)
Lieserl Einstein ( Januari 1902 – September 1903?) adalah anak perempuan pertama dari tokoh fisika terbesar abad 20, Albert Einstein dengan Mileva Maric yang diduga meninggal dunia sewaktu masih bayi. Nasib sesungguhnya dari Lieserl Einstein sebetulnya tidak diketahui dengan pasti, karena dia lahir sebelum orang tuanya menikah secara resmi pada tahun 1903.
Lieserl Einstein Lieserl Einstein (tammikuu 1902 – syyskuu 1903) oli Albert Einsteinin ja Mileva Marićin ensimmäinen lapsi ja ainoa tytär. Lieserl Einstein syntyi Novi Sadissa. Lieserl oli vuoteen 1986 asti tuntematon henkilö tutkijoille, kunnes löydettiin Einsteinin ja Marićin väliset kirjeet.
Albert Einstein (/ ˈ aɪ n s t aɪ n / EYEN-styne; German: [ˈalbɛʁt ˈʔaɪnʃtaɪn] ; 14 March 1879 – 18 April 1955) was a German-born theoretical physicist, widely acknowledged to be one of the greatest physicists of all time.
I believe the daughter known as 'Lieserl' does deserve her own entry in Wikipedia for the following reason: she represents the greatest unsolved mystery surrounding Einstein's extraordinary life, and no-one, absolutely no-one, now living has any idea at all what happened to her. She probably died aged around 21 months, in the Autumn of 1903.
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"Lieserl" is a science fiction short story by British writer Stephen Baxter, originally published in Interzone in 1993. Appearing also in his anthology Vacuum Diagrams, it represents a small, but integral part of the novel Ring.
Set primarily on Earth in the year A.D. 3951, Lieserl documents the title character's life from birth until shortly after her physical death. The story explains how the development of nanobots has enabled virtual immortality for humans by virtue of the nanotechnological manipulation of the chemical processes that cause cells to die. Lieserl's body is engineered by such nanobots but, instead of extending her life, the nanobots cause her to age rapidly. Memories and learning are also implanted int
The story includes a lengthy discussion of the history and mathematics behind the game of snakes and ladders. It has been speculated that the character, Lieserl, is named after Lieserl Einstein, the illegitimate daughter of Albert Einstein and Mileva Maric.
Lieserl Einstein was the first child of the celebrated German-born theoretical physicist, Albert Einstein, and his first wife, Serbian mathematician Mileva Marić. Not much is known about Lieserl as the only references to her are found in a few letters that her parents wrote to each other between 1901 and 1903.
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