(NEW YORK POST) – A famous "puzzle" from perhaps the world's most famous theoretical physicist, Albert Einstein, has been solved, after a missing page was found.
The handwritten page – part of an appendix to a 1930 paper written by the Nobel winner on unified field theory – was discovered nestled in the 110-page trove Israel's Hebrew University was given as a donation.
"In the copies we had, one page was missing, and that was a problem. That was a puzzle," Hanoch Gutfreund, scientific advisor to the university's Einstein archive, said in comments to the AFP.
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Finally, much to the university's delight, the mystery has now been solved.