Bob Lazar 25 years later...

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posted on Feb, 26 2015 @ 10:51 AM
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Has anyone purchased the latest bob lazar speaking at the conference 2 days ago?
Would like to hear a review before paying the £15?its £150 for the full set which seems a little expensive to me
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posted on Feb, 26 2015 @ 06:17 PM
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originally posted by: waltwillis
Just a point of interest about todays school system as it applies to the real world of knowledge.

Albert Einstein failed twice and the third time he failed to meet the teachers minimum standard the school expelled him


That's completely false. Einstein was an exceptionally good student in mathematics & science in secondary school, attended an elite undergraduate and then doctoral program at top university in an era when there were very few opportunities and rigorous selection.

There's some myth because the grading scale (which number is high and low) flipped at one point in history and people saw his early report card.

So, as soon as Einstein was slightly older than a boy and doing things he liked (i.e. science) he was very good in academic studies and very quickly showed tremendous promise, as do all powerful scientists who make a difference.

He started to teach himself calculus at age 12, and personally proved Pythagorean theorem his own way. His insight about relativistic invariance of Maxwell's equations started at age 16.

www.todayifoundout.com...

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