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Theodor Kaluza died in Göttingen (Germany). He was a mathematician and physicist noted for his efforts to unify gravitation and electromagnetism by postulating a fifth dimension next to the fourth dimension acknowledged by Albert Einstein’s general relativity. A scientist with humanistic interests, he also studied more than fifteen languages, among them Hebrew and Arabic.

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