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SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — If you had a question about the special theory of relativity back in 1930, you could call up the guy who proposed it. Ancestry.com has posted copies of German telephone books from 1915 to 1981 — including Albert Einstein's phone number while he was a university professor in Berlin.
Back then, just asking for 2807 got you a direct line to the physics genius.
The genealogy Web site got Einstein's number when it scanned dusty phone books kept at the German National Library.
Adolf Hitler's longtime companion, Eva Braun, also shows up in the 1937 Munich directory.
The Web site says the records will come in handy for the nearly 50 million Americans of German heritage hoping to trace their ancestors.
Originally posted by GEORGETHEGREEK
reply to post by kiwifoot
Next Friday i have a sceduled trip back to the 1930's Berlin.
I will keep a note of giving him your regards as soon as i arrive.
Take care and keep in peace.
I will not forget.
Originally posted by Dramey
just wanted to pop in and say, we dont necessarily have to time travel
we just need a phone that can call different times
but i dont see sprint or verizon ever being good enough for that, so we'll probably have to time travel
all i know is im putting einsteins number in my celle