Could Albert Einstein Tie His Shoes?

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There is question of Albert Einstein's ability to function in normal ways, many rumors of which stating that he was unable to tie his shoes. The question remains as to the ability to tie his shoes, but Einstein elected to wear shoes which did not have laces on them. Teachers described him as slow, unsociable, and a dreamer. Albert Einstein did not learn to speak until the age of 4. Some people feel that he may have had Asperger's Syndrome, which is a form of autism.
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