People start realizing that those miracle year papers of 1905 are probably right.
He starts getting invited to Solvay Conferences which are the gatherings of the greatest physicists in Europe.
Convened by the Belgian philanthropist Ernest Solvay,
this conferences bring together the greatest scientific minds in Europe and Albert Einstein is among them.
In fact, he is the youngest professor there.
He made an impression.
He was friendly.
He was funny.
And he was smart, really smart.
And people saw that.
That was also a moment when Mileva Maric perceived that she was part,
still part of this small Bern world with Einstein had become part of a bigger world.
She writes these plenty of letters, saying "tell me about it.
I wish I were there.
I would love to meet these great scientists.
It was always my dream to meet these great scientists."
She became jealous of not only the other physicists, but of physics itself.
Einstein's lectures become the talk of scientific Europe.
And he's invited to speak in Berlin, capital of the country in which he was born.
Berlin at the time was the most vibrant city in central.