Proving that atoms exist without seeing them

Video shows how Einstein did this in 1905

Happy Birthday, Albert Einstein! In addition to today's Pi Day celebrations, it's also the 133rd birthday of Albert Einstein, and "minutephysics" on YouTube has another video showcasing one of Einstein's famous papers from 1905. This time, it's about how he discovered the size and existence of atoms despite not being able to see them.

It looks like there will be two more Einstein-related videos coming, so stay tuned.

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