What Did Albert Einstein Invented?

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Albert Einstein invented a formula for mass. He was able to create the equation E=MC2. In a nutshell Einstein proved matter and energy can turn into one another. Specifically, matter can become energy and visa versa.
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Einstein wasn't really an "inventor. He was more of a theoretical physicist. In the sense that you can "invent" a theory, he was responsible for a great deal of relativity
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