Although Albert Einstein uttered a few words just before his death, those words were lost forever. He pronounced the words in his native German. His nurse, who was American, did not know German and thought she was simply making incoherent sounds. At the time of his death, Einstein left a note that ended with an unfinished sentence.
Other facts about Albert Einstein:
Concerns about attempts to steal from Einstein’s grave led the executors of his estate to cremate his remains and disperse them in an unknown place. His brain was preserved in an attempt to figure out if any irregularities in the structure of the brain were factors that contribute to his genius.
Together with Einstein’s Special Relativity Theory, he also elaborated the theory of the photoelectric effect, a contribution that earned him the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1921.
It is discussed whether Einstein had consented to the preservation of his brain. Some sources indicate that he wanted his brain to be preserved for scientific experimentation, but others claim that he never made any specific statement to that effect. What is known is that his son consented to storage after the brain was removed just before the body was cremated.