The brilliance of Albert Einstein is expressed in Douglas Stoneís article of his achievements= in that he argues for Einstein should have received seven Nobelís. Einstein received 62 nominations for a Nobel award up to and including the year 1922. This is the year he finally receives an award.

After this year, no-one nominated Einstein for a Nobel again. With the time limiting only restricted by the death of the candidate, why did this occur given the fact that Peter Higgs waited fifty years and Einstein lived another thirty three years after his award.