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   Question

What famous physicist was asked to become president of Israel?

Asked by: Becky

Answer

The scientist in question was Albert Einstein. The offer of presidency, which he declined, was made in 1952.

Answered by: David Latchman, B.Sc. Physics, University of the West Indies


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