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Dude I'm taking my kid out of school and getting him a job at the patent office tomorrow. He needs to get his Math and Physics scores up, wait do they hire 6 year olds? Oh who cares, if working at the patent office helped that Einstein putz my kid should have it all figured out by the age of 10.
edit on 25-7-2013 by interupt42 because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by Atzil321
How would you explain this op?
Scientists have subjected Albert Einstein's famous theory of gravity to its toughest real-world test so far—and it has prevailed
Albert Einstein's theory of relativity has stood the test of time and a recent study by an international team of astronomers and 7,000 light years of space have once again proved he's been right all along.Scientists measured bursts of energy from a super-dense neutron star to put the General Theory of Relativity, which was first published in 1915, through its toughest test yet. According to the study, which was published in the April 26 issue of Science, the experiment showed gravity crumpled spacetime in just the way Albert Einstein predicted in his theory.
Originally posted by CircleOfDust
I mean when I was a kid about 7 years old I found my parents' camera with one of those old bright flashes. I flashed it on the cymbal of our drum set. Just you know, experimenting with stuff like we like to do. Guess what? It rang. I turned into one of those caricature kids with the biggest widest open eyes imaginable.
nice to know me and tesla think alike on one thing
Everyone knows that Einstein is a Nobel Prize laureate and believes that he won this prize for creating the General and Special Relativity Theories. But this is not so. The scandal around these theories, though known only in narrow scientific circles, prevented the Nobel Committee from awarding him a purse for them.
Instead, they found a very simple way out: Einstein was awarded the Nobel Prize for discovery of the second law of the photoelectric effect, which was a particular case of the first law of the photoelectric effect. It is of interest, that Russian physicist Alexander Grigorievich Stoletov (1830-1896), who dis-covered the photoelectric effect, did not receive a Nobel Prize, or any other prize for his discovery. Yet Einstein won it for the "study" of a particular case of this law of physics.
Arrant nonsense, however you look at it. The only logical explanation is that someone intensely desired to make Einstein the Nobel laureate and looked for any opportunity to achieve this. The "genius" had only to "work" a little with the discovery of Russian physicist Stoletov, "studying" the photoelectric effect, and ... behold, a new Nobel laureate "was born"! ...
But perhaps Einstein and Co. were unaware of these results, or they didn’t read scientific journals and remained deluded? They perfectly well knew everything. Dayton Miller wrote letters to Einstein. In one of them he reported on his work of 22 years that confirmed the presence of an ether drift. Einstein replied very skeptically and demanded proofs, which were given to him, whereupon there was no answer forthcoming.
But this did not happen. The fuel and energy crisis did not disappear, but only became worse. Electric power is still obtained by means of primitive electric generators with revolving rotors. Hydro- and nuclear power plants consume an enormous amount of natural fuel. All these methods of manufacturing electric power destroy the planet’s ecology, exhaust its natural resources, and poison its atmosphere. Added to this, nuclear power plants are extraordinarily dangerous.
Knowing all this, the nation(s) that, in theory, should be serving humanity are destroying or concealing the source of free electric power. They certainly do serve; the only question is whom do they serve? Probably the same group of people that stands behind the false concepts of modern science by backing such "scientists", as Einstein and Co.
Originally posted by CircleOfDust
Notice how quickly they are jumping in damage control mode to try and steer your new understanding to still keep you from the truth? That's no accident.
And my purpose was not to bash Tesla or Hawking, only Einstein. But I didn't want to give it overtly away.
BTW there's nothing derogatory in saying Hawking is brain dead and a vegetable. It's tragic. It's the lowest form of life (TPTB) that would do this to someone. THAT's what I'm degrading, not him.