Einstein Bros Bagels to Pakistani Einstein

Einstein Bros Bagels to Pakistani Einstein

A Pakistani look like  Einstein finally secures a wheat flour bag in a free wheat flour distribution scheme

Pak Chronicle Web Desk

Albert Einstein despite leaving unforgettable imprints in some areas of Physics nowadays is better known for Einstein Bros Bagels which got nothing to do with his theory of relativity.

Einstein Bros Bagels is basically an American chain which specializes in bagels and coffee and founded by Boston Market and till filing of this report Market had no ambition to work on scientific theories like Einstein’s theory of relativity or other things like it.

Neither the CEO of Einstein Bros Bagels, Jose Alberto Duenas has shown any interest to keep following Einstein’s footprints in any area of Physics.

Albert Einstein was a German-born physicist who is widely regarded as one of the most influential scientists of the 20th century. He is best known for his theory of relativity, which fundamentally changed our understanding of space, time, and gravity.

However, just recently physically a Pakistani version of him who seems to be replica of Einstein by appearance has become the center of focus for many Pakistani citizens but due to all the wrong reasons.

Pakistani Einstein luckily secured a bag of wheat flour in the ongoing free flour campaign of the federal government. He is seen in a photograph in which he is holding a bag of wheat flour in his arms which obviously he has secured after a lot of physical and mental labor.

Getting free wheat flour in the federal government’s scheme is not an easy task. A few citizens have already laid their lives in stampede while making attempts to get a bag of wheat flour from designated places.

The federal government of Pakistan is providing free of cost wheat flour under Ehsaas Program to downtrodden public. One doesn’t need to be a mathematician to know that during the regime of current government, many middle-class persons have been pushed to live below the poverty line due to economic policies of the government.

The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI) led government in its around three and half years old regime constantly had been adopting economic policies which had made the lives of common citizens miserable. However, since the change of regime, there has been nothing for these citizens to enjoy as the things have already gone from bad to the worst for them. Inflation level has touched the threshold of 45 percent which has deprived the common persons to purchase common necessities of life.

The Pakistani replica of Einstein whose name is not known yet, collected his share of wheat flour from the government scheme and he apparently seems all satisfied.

Pakistani netcitizens have been making comments on Pakistan version of Einstein in a humorous way on social media platforms, especially Twitter. A few of them made comparison of this gentleman due to his appearance with Einstein.

Einstein was born in Ulm, Germany in 1879, and showed an early aptitude for mathematics and science. He attended the Swiss Federal Polytechnic in Zurich, where he studied physics and mathematics. After graduation, he worked as a patent clerk in Bern, Switzerland, while continuing to pursue his own scientific research.

In 1905, Einstein published a series of papers that laid the foundations for modern physics, including his theory of special relativity, which explained the relationship between space and time. He later expanded on this theory with his theory of general relativity, which described the effects of gravity on the shape of space-time.

Einstein was also a vocal advocate for pacifism and civil rights, and was active in political and social causes throughout his life. He immigrated to the United States in 1933 to escape Nazi persecution, and later became a professor at the Institute for Advanced Study at Princeton University.

Einstein received numerous awards and honors throughout his lifetime, including the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1921. He died in 1955 at the age of 76.


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