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Originally posted by CircleOfDust
The fact is that he was a math flunky, and worked in the patent office and stole others' ideas. Even his Theory of Relativity wasn't new. Look up Bošković.
As I mentioned in my other thread, they don't want to consider the realities of the universe like faster than light travel. To do so would destroy their house of cards from within that they've elaborately built with math, not reality or empiricism.
Take the cosmic ray for example, which is not a ray at all but a billion volt neutron that travels faster than light. If they admitted it was a neutron they'd admit it has mass and therefore Relativity goes POOF!
NASA physicist and engineer Dr. Harold G. White, 43, believes it is possible to bend the rules of time and space that Albert Einstein constructed when he postulated that it is impossible to exceed the speed of light.
rt.com...
Stephen Hawking.
Early in his carer he was outspoken against Einstein, and then he mysteriously developed his disease? How come then he is the only one to live this long with it? Makes no sense.
The fact of the matter is he's a vegetable, and just a puppet mouthpiece for MS science, what they want him to say, and that is to support Einstein fundamentally.
Yep, you've done been duped.
Originally posted by geobro
nice to know me and tesla think alike on one thing
Originally posted by AlphaHawk
reply to post by CircleOfDust
So you discredit Tesla and then use him to discredit Einstein?
Well done my friend, well done.
i have had many over the years i own a swastika as well
Originally posted by interupt42
Originally posted by geobro
nice to know me and tesla think alike on one thing
You drive a Ford?
Here's what Tesla said about Jews.
Miss! Never trust a Jew!
Times were simply different back then. Plus you really shouldn't trust a Jew
Contrary to popular belief, Albert Einstein did not fail mathematics in school. The myth may have become popular when “Ripley’s Believe it or Not!” published the idea in its newspaper column in 1935. Today, this “false fact” turns up in many books and thousands of online references.
When shown told of the rumour, Einstein was amused; “I never failed in mathematics,” he replied. “Before I was fifteen I had mastered differential and integral calculus.” In elementary school, Einstein was at the top of his class in math. By age 12, he was able to solve complicated problems in applied arithmetic and began learning geometry and algebra on his own. Einstein also tackled new mathematical theories and even came up on his own with a way to prove the Pythagorean theorem.
Urban Myths: Einstein Flunked Math
Originally posted by playernumber13
So we have another genius ranting on ATS.
The information provided by the op may be true or it could be nonsense. I think it's probably somewhere in between.
What's amazing to me is how so many great scientists have followed in the footsteps of the men mentioned by the op. Students who spent years dedicated to their studies, attended some of the top schools / universities in the world but are not aware of some of these very relevant facts provided by an anonymous person on a conspiracy website.
Originally posted by playernumber13
reply to post by ChaoticOrder
Times were simply different back then. Plus you really shouldn't trust a Jew
I can't believe you said that.
I'm a Jew.
Originally posted by ChaoticOrder
Deny ignorance folks:
Contrary to popular belief, Albert Einstein did not fail mathematics in school. The myth may have become popular when “Ripley’s Believe it or Not!” published the idea in its newspaper column in 1935. Today, this “false fact” turns up in many books and thousands of online references.
When shown told of the rumour, Einstein was amused; “I never failed in mathematics,” he replied. “Before I was fifteen I had mastered differential and integral calculus.” In elementary school, Einstein was at the top of his class in math. By age 12, he was able to solve complicated problems in applied arithmetic and began learning geometry and algebra on his own. Einstein also tackled new mathematical theories and even came up on his own with a way to prove the Pythagorean theorem.
Urban Myths: Einstein Flunked Mathedit on 25/7/2013 by ChaoticOrder because: (no reason given)
Don't be fooled or impressed by that. You can't compare today’s MATH to MATH back than.