Leopold Infeld (August 20, 1898 – January 15, 1968) was a Polish physicist. He was interested in the theory of relativity and worked together with Albert Einstein at Princeton University (1936–1938). The two scientists co-formulated the equation describing star movements.
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- … mathematicians progress only by doubt, through humble and constant attempts to impinge on the immense domain of the unknown.
- Leopold Infeld (1948). Whom the Gods Love: The Story of Évariste Galois. Whittlesey House. p. 9.