Science: Ja, Do Not Worry!

This week the longest (328 pages) English-language biography of Physicist Albert Einstein, now the most distinguished resident of Princeton, N. J., was published by H. Gordon Garbedian, a science writer on the staff of the New York Times.* Brightest spots in Mr. Garbedian's book are the Einstein anecdotes. Samples:

> Einstein was ambling down Princeton's Nassau Street one day, waving amiably to tradesmen who gawped at him from doorways, when a Greek restaurateur timidly accosted him, asked him what lay outside the bounds of the known universe. The professor grinned, said: "Ja, do not...

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