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Is the history we are taught about Einstein true? Or have we been fooled once again...

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The most recognisable equation of all time is E=mc2. It is attributed by convention to be the sole province of Albert Einstein (1905). However, the conversion of matter into energy and energy into matter was known to Sir Isaac Newton ("Gross bodies and light are convertible into one another...", 1704). The equation can be attributed to S. Tolver Preston (1875), to Jules Henri Poincaré (1900; according to Brown, 1967) and to Olinto De Pretto (1904) before Einstein. Since Einstein never correctly derived E=mc2 (Ives, 1952), there appears nothing to connect the equation with anything original by Einstein.

Arthur Eddington's selective presentation of data from the 1919 eclipse so that it supposedly supported "Einstein's" general relativity theory is surely one of the biggest scientific hoaxes of the 20th century. His lavish support of Einstein corrupted the course of history. Eddington was less interested in testing a theory than he was in crowning Einstein the king of science.

The physics community, unwittingly perhaps, has engaged in a kind of fraud and silent conspiracy; this is the byproduct of simply being bystanders as the hyperinflation of Einstein's record and reputation took place. This silence benefited anyone supporting Einstein. -- source

Is the corruption of science as big as the corruption of money, or government, or education?

Are we living in a Matrix? (That's like asking if the Pope is Catholic.)

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The general public tends to believe that scientists are the ultimate defenders of ethics, that scientific rigour is the measure of truth. Little do people realise how science is conducted in the presence of personality.

It seems that Einstein believed he was above scientific protocol. He thought he could bend the rules to his own liking and get away with it; hang in there long enough and his enemies would die off and his followers would win the day. In science, the last follower standing wins-and gets to write history. In the case of Einstein, his blatant and repeated dalliance with plagiarism is all but forgotten and his followers have borrowed repeatedly from the discoveries of other scientists and used them to adorn Einstein's halo. -- source

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Christopher Jon Bjerknes is a writer and researcher who has published numerous books and articles on the history of the theory of relativity, Einstein, Zionism and the Armenian Genocide. “Albert Einstein: The Incorrigible Plagiarist” and “Mileva Einstein-Marity: Einstein’s Partner in Crime” are among Bjerknes’ most controversial works. In the first half, Christopher describes the evidence pointing to Albert Einstein's plagiarism of Hendrik Lorentz and countless other physicists in his development of the theory of relativity.

He talks about Einstein the Zionist and the “Einstein Terror” – a Semitic method of suppression that was used to literally terrorize and imprison anyone who dared question the dogma of Einstein. We get into Einstein’s soured reputation in Germany and the big hype surrounding his arrival in New York City, where he relocated in order to specifically promote Zionism. -- source

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With the Jewish sociopaths orchestrating World War I, the Bolshevik revolution in Russia, World War II, the Holocaust Lie, the fake Nuremberg Trials, 9/11, and so much more, is it any wonder that Albert Einstein, Person of the Century, was also a Zionist con?

No, but it still surprised me. The brainwashing goes deep in all of us, far deeper than even those of us who know about it can imagine. It is that ingrained.

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What Eddington based this on was a premature assessment of the photographic plates. Initially, stars did "appear" to bend as they should, as required by Einstein, but then, according to Brown, the unexpected happened: several stars were then observed to bend in a direction transverse to the expected direction and still others to bend in a direction opposite to that predicted by relativity.

The absurdity of the data collected during the Eclipse of 1919 was demonstrated by Poor (1930), who pointed out that 85% of the data were discarded from the South American eclipse due to "accidental error", i.e., it contradicted Einstein's scale constant.

By a strange coincidence, the 15% of the "good" data were consistent with Einstein's scale constant. Somehow, the stars that did not conform to Einstein's theories conveniently got temporarily shelved - and the myth began.

So, based on a handful of ambiguous data points, 200 years of theory, experimentation and observation were cast aside to make room for Einstein. Yet the discredited experiment by Eddington is still quoted as gospel by Stephen Hawking (1999). -- source

Well yeah, we're just parrots. We repeat what we have heard as if we just heard nothing but confirmed facts. Stephen Hawking would be susceptible to this human behavior too.

So if Time magazine says Einstein is "The Man of the Century", all of us parrots are going to say that as well. We too will call him a genius, when in fact he was a con-artist.

Or are we parroting again?

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Around 1947, Albert Einstein was not only working on his unified field theory, he was also 'working on' Marilyn Monroe! Yes, even though the world's greatest scientist was 47 years older than the 21-year-old budding actress and model, Einstein was one of Marilyn's ardent suitors. Is this relationship between the 20th century's best known male and female icons documented? Yes.

At the Einstein Conference at the Aspen Institute (Colorado) in 2004, one of the presenters stood in front of a big screen projection of Marilyn and addressed a large auditorium that was full of attendees (including myself), "Albert Einstein & Marilyn Monroe had a relationship! It's documented in Shelley Winters' autobiography. Shelley & Marilyn were roommates when they were both young actresses in Hollywood. They would talk about the famous men - actors and non-actors - that they would like to sleep with and brag about their accomplishments! There are a couple of letters between Einstein & Marilyn that still exist and are kept with his papers at the Hebrew University in Israel. Marilyn said, 'He was the most energetic man I've ever been with!' -- source

While Einstein was being sold as "the world's smartest man" to the public, he wasn't being exposed for his baser qualities. In the Jewish-controlled media, image is everything. Con-artists work the same way, painting a false image for their marks to more easily manipulate them. Einstein's public image was likewise created and orchestrated. Einstein knew he was not "the world's smartest man", but he was more than willing to benefit from the perception. Perks evidently included sex with Marilyn Monroe!

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Even for those of us who watch a minimal amount of television each week, a bit of channel-surfing was sure to stumble across the hype over National Geographic's 10 part mini-series titled "Genius" --- about the communist, crackpot, plagiarist, warmonger and Time Magazine's "Man of the 20th Century," St. Albert Einstein (cough cough). The artificial exaltation of the slovenly sock-less fiend, -- that the great Serbian-American scientist / inventor Nikola Tesla referred to (in a private letter) as "a long-haired crank" -- ranks right up there with the Holohoax and the 9/11 scams as the most elaborate con jobs of all time. -- source

The greatest strength of the Jewish tribe of con-artists is their ability to deceive. At the same time, it is their greatest weakness, as it exposes them for the sociopaths that they are.

The Jews did 9/11, invented the Holocaust Lie, tried to sink the U.S.S. Liberty to pull the U.S. into their little war, and now we learn they foisted upon the world a Jew as "the world's smartest man". They gall of these connivers is without parallel. And of course, it fits perfectly with their aberrant behaviors and their usual method of operation. If Jews think they are "God's Chosen People", then why wouldn't they publicize a Jew as "the world's smartest man". Sociopaths always feel they are smarter than everyone else, and they can't help but boast about it.

I love that Nikola Tesla, a real scientist, saw right through Einstein.



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