Good Luck, Einstein
Albert Einstein's first scientific paper—"The Investigation of the State of Aether in Magnetic Fields"—wasn't exactly one of his greatest hits. You probably know him better from his later theory of Relativity [E=mc2]. In other words, try try again. That's also a good mantra to keep in mind when tackling this set of puzzle challenges. Using the fourteen geometric letters that spell the famous physicist's name, stretch your brain by building ten tantalizing shapes. Once you get your genius on, try the two advanced puzzles: the relativity riddle and the quantum query. Made from durable beech wood, these brainteasers are perfect for puzzle lovers and physics fans. Made in China.