Animated characters spin.

A female narrator says, TOP OF THE TOPS.

Text reads, top of the tops!

A male narrator asks, HAVE YOU EVER
HEARD ABOUT THE THEORY
OF RELATIVITY? E = MC2?
WE OWE THIS THEORY TO A MAN
WITH AN INCREDIBLE BRAIN.
HERE IS OUR ALBERT
EINSTEIN TOP 5.

The woman says, NUMBER 5.

A purple number 5 is displayed on a green background.

The woman says, HE WASN'T A GREAT STUDENT.
HIS TEACHERS THOUGHT
HE WAS SMART,
BUT NOT ESPECIALLY GIFTED.
IT WAS ONLY HIS GREAT TALENT
FOR MATH THAT GOT HIM
INTO UNIVERSITY.

(School bell rings)

In an image of Elbert Einstein, he wears a graduation cap.

The woman says EVEN AFTER GRADUATION, HIS
TEACHERS DID NOT RECOMMEND HIM
FOR RESEARCH JOBS. HISTORY
SURE PROVED THEM WRONG!

The man says, NUMBER 4.

A blue number 4 is displayed on a yellow background.

The man says, HE HAD
A VERY BUSY YEAR IN 1905.

(Springing sound effect)

Text reads, 26 ans.

The man says, WHEN HE WAS 26 YEARS OLD,
EINSTEIN CAME UP WITH SOME OF
THE GREAT THEORIES OF PHYSICS.
THAT'S WHEN HE PUBLISHED
ARTICLES ON QUANTUM PHYSICS...

Text reads, théorie quantique.

The woman says, ...EXPLAINING
HOW ENERGY BEHAVES
IN THE SMALLEST PARTICLES.

Text reads, mouvement brownien.

The man says, ON
BROWNIAN MOTION...

Text reads, L’électrodynamique des corps en mouvement.

The woman says, ...SHOWING
ATOMS IN ACTION.

The man says, ON THE
ELECTRODYNAMICS OF
MOVING BODIES...

(Spooky music plays)

The woman says, ...ALSO KNOWN
AS SPECIAL RELATIVITY.

Text reads, E=mc2

The man says, AS WELL AS HIS
FAMOUS EQUATION, E = MC2.

The woman says, NUMBER 3.

A blue number 3 is displayed on an orange background.

The woman says, HE CAME UP WITH HIS MOST
IMPORTANT THEORY
ON A BUS. THAT'S RIGHT, HE WAS
SITTING ON A BUS WHEN HE CAME UP
WITH THE THEORY OF RELATIVITY.
FROM THE BUS WINDOW, HE COULD
SEE THE CLOCK TOWER
IN BERN, SWITZERLAND. EINSTEIN
REALISED THAT IF HIS BUS
WAS TRAVELLING AT THE SPEED
OF LIGHT, TIME WOULD SEEM
TO STAND STILL
ON THE CLOCK TOWER,
BECAUSE HE'D BE GOING TOO FAST
FOR LIGHT FROM THE CLOCK
TO CATCH HIM. HIS THEORY
IS CONSIDERED
ONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT
IN THE HISTORY OF PHYSICS.

The man says, NUMBER 2.

A green number 2 is displayed on a red background.

The man says, EINSTEIN
GAVE HIS BRAIN TO SCIENCE.
OR MAYBE NOT.

In an image of Einstein, his head opens, revealing a brain.

The man says, WE KNOW THAT
WHEN HE DIED, HIS BRAIN
WAS SURGICALLY REMOVED
TO BE STUDIED.

A brain sits in a jar.

The man says, PART OF HIS BRAIN
IS STILL PRESERVED
IN A PHILADELPHIA MUSEUM.
WHAT WE DON'T KNOW
IS IF EINSTEIN HAD AGREED
TO THIS. IN FACT, WE'LL NEVER
KNOW HIS FINAL WORDS.

A paper is signed.

The man says, HE SPOKE THEM IN GERMAN,
BUT THE ATTENDING NURSE
ONLY KNEW ENGLISH.

The woman says, NUMBER 1.

A red number 1 is displayed on a blue background.

The woman says, HE
DIDN'T INVENT THE ATOMIC BOMB.
EINSTEIN WAS A PACIFIST. BUT
EVEN THOUGH HE NEVER WORKED
ON THE ATOMIC BOMB,
PEOPLE OFTEN ASSOCIATE HIM
WITH NUCLEAR WEAPONS.
THOUGH IT WASN'T USED IN ITS
CONSTRUCTION, HIS EQUATION,
E = MC2, IS KEY TO UNDERSTANDING
THE ENERGY RELEASED
BY AN ATOMIC BOMB.

A tear runs down an image of Einstein.

The woman says, ARE YOU ALRIGHT?

A male voice says, WELL, IT'S ALL RELATIVE.

(Funky music plays)

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