How does the writing of Albert Einstein reflect genius? It looks so simple! The truth is that simplicity is one of the keys to superior intellect.
A small middle zone is necessary for high powers of concentration. At some points, Einstein’s middle zone becomes microscopic.
Notice how extremely even the left margin is as it descends, showing a sense of order. Add to this the many exactly placed i dots, and we have an extreme sense of order and an exacting memory. Cautious by nature (also indicated by the exactly placed i dots), Professor Einstein adds a dot after his surname-just a precaution.
His clear-mindedness and creative ability are shown by not allowing one letter to protrude into another in the lines above or below.
Yet the most striking characteristic seems to be his t crossings. Observe their individualistic, even strange, maneuverability in the upper (intellectual) zone. It is difficult to describe what Einstein does in this region, as it is to define genius.