Albert Einstein and the Atomic Bomb
One must define intelligence.In November 1954, five months before his death, Einstein summarized his feelings about his role in the creation of the atomic bomb: "I made one great mistake in my life... when I signed the letter to President Roosevelt recommending that atom bombs be made; but there was some justification - the danger that the Germans would make them
And, I, for one, agree with Howard Gardner regarding the idea of Multiple Intelligences.
Not for any PC reason, but through my own personal observations.
Though, I have to say, Einstein was one smart mofo, through and through.
Brilliant, innovative and wise.
The holy trinity of Intelligence, if you ask me.