Myself. Not literally. Einstein himself agreed he sometimes made mistakes. He even published a wrong version of the field equations of general relativity before he got it right. And of course there was the cosmological constant, but he put it in because at the time he published his field equations of GR it was not known that the universe was expanding, so he thought he needed to have a stable universe. Hubble didn't publish his findings until 1929.
Einstein was without a doubt the greatest physicist of the 20th century, and has had no peers except Newton. The famous Soviet physicist Lev Landau had a logarithmic scale on which he rated contemporary physicists, and Einstein stood alone at the top with a rating of 0.5. Any one of Einstein's lesser accomplishments would rank him among the top physicists, let alone relativity and early quantum theory.
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