This next one is of him a little older. He seems happy and content in this picture:
He is older in this picture and looks burdened and slightly sad, don't you think?
Ah, but he could laugh! He was quick to see the humor in things.
Now here he seems to be deep in thought with brushed back hair:
But this must have been one of his wild hair days, he does seem quite happy:
After his death, according to Wikipedia.org, "Einstein's autopsy was conducted in a lab at Princeton Hospital by pathologist Thomas Stoltz Harvey shortly after his death in 1955. Harvey removed and weighed the brain and then brought it to a lab at the University of Pennsylvania where he dissected Einstein's brain into several pieces; some of the pieces he kept to himself while others were given to leading pathologists."
Below is a picture of Einstein's brain showing the top of it:
I made the above picture a little bigger so you can see what it says in the lower right corner. Dang, I didn't know it got cut up into 240 chunks for further investigations. I would think that once it was cut up, it would be almost worthless for finding any new information, since the connections in the brain are really important and are what ties the brain together in thought. Of course I could be wrong, but even if I am, I want you to have a great day, you hear?