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Albert Einstein turns 140 on Pi day

Albert Einstein turns 140 on Pi day
 
Albert Einstein during a lecture in Vienna in 1921 (age 42). Wikicommons / Ferdinand Schmutzer

Today is the 140th birth anniversary of perhaps the most well known name in the world of science, Albert Einstein.

And March 14 is also observed as a Pi Day, as the first three digits of the mathematical constant Pi correspond to today's date.

Dhananjay Khadilkar reports on why we should celebrate both Einstein and Pi.

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