Passing the Bug – Einstein’s Driver way

“Passing the bug” has been one instance that everybody hates to get into. It has been a case that we IT/ITES people always discuss. Here’s a funny tribute from an interesting anectode of Dr. Albert Einstein:

Einstein, after he formulated the theory of relativity E=mc²; (where E=Energy, m=mass of an object and c=Speed of Light) went around germany to explain the theory behind it. Accompanied by his driver, whom he treated as his good old friend went all through the cities and villages of germany to lecture on the theory that could alter the very understanding of our universe. The car driver who accompanies Einstein was forced to attend all his lectures as he had no other option.

Once it happened like the driver was very much interested in giving the lecture. Since he had attended almost all the lectures given by his master, he was well thorough over the content of the same. Einstein agreed on this idea thrown by the driver. Dressed as the driver himself, Einstein took the place of his driver in a hall and sat while the driver was busy giving lecture in the name of the genius. When the speech got over, everybody appreciated the brilliance of Dr. Albert but the difficult of all circumstances came, answering questions and doubts thrown by the audience. While they were firing questions, the driver looking unperturbed replied “These are too simple for a person like me to respond. My driver, sitting right there will be more than happy to clarify all your doubts!!!”

Passing the bug (?!!!)  at its best !!!!


  1. vicki said

    ha ha !! U have described the fun-loving part of Einstein. Kudos to him.

  2. Marutham said

    Haven’t read this ‘leelai’ of Einstein.
    Good one- 🙂 !


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