A group of physicists had gathered in the western town of Las Vegas, where gambling is often the order of the day, for a symposium. Albert Einstein (1879–1955), the towering figure of his profession during his lifetime and thereafter, was in attendance. It soon became apparent that Professor Einstein was spending all his time at the dice and roulette tables.
"Einstein is gambling as if there were no tomorrow," remarked one of the eminent men.
"What troubles me," muttered another, "is that he may know something ..."
----------------A Final Thought ...
"As far as the laws of mathematics refer to reality, they are not certain, and as far as they are certain, they do not refer to reality."
- Albert Einstein (1879–1955), German scientist