In 1954, Albert Einstein wrote a letter to a young telephone lineman in reply to a query. That letter is now a treasured item in the County of Swansea Archives, South Wales, UK.

Here  may be seen the results of that unique piece of private correspondence as developed over more than a half century since.




“I don’t know what ‘The Truth’ is, but I sure as hell know what isn’t!”



“Truth is what remains when you get rid of error.”



“Yes, I am the wisest man in Athens.”

“How can you say that?”

“It is because we are all ignorant and I, it seems. am the only one who knows it, which makes me the wisest man.”