That relation, whose left side is the same E as Einstein's, is the embodiment of quantum physics. I am aware that Einstein's Nobel was for the photoelectric effect, and also that he never won a Nobel prize for either of his theories of relativity. If he had, the second one would have needed to be shared with Hilbert and also Minkowski, Einstein's former calculus teacher. Neither of those collaborators deserved a prize for physics or math, and there is a reason those prizes are not awarded posthumously. What part of the previous post leads you to believe that I have somehow become more mentally unstable or have lost touch with reality? We seem to be in agreement over basic facts, but this does not mean we do not both suffer from a similar condition. A fact not widely appreciated is that the photoelectric effect needed to be understood in order to make television and all that followed a reality. Einstein also dabbled a bit in the technology of refrigeration (without which there would have been a lot less fresh food for us to eat while watching television in the last century). Our parents may not have survived the Great Depression without refrigeration. There would have been no ice for their ice boxes. That the estate of the inventor of dynamite did not see the theory of relativity as one not worthy of an award probably did not disturb Albert very much. He was credible enough with FDR for the president to take the letter from Einstein and Szilard about the dangers of Nazis making an atomic weapon first very seriously, kicking off the Manhatten Project.