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Sunday, July 12, 2020

The Einstein Fraud

The propagandistic myth of genius that was constructed around Albert Einstein is rapidly crumbling:
One of the greatest mythical frauds in history is that of Albert Einstein, the famous physicist who invented the Theory of Relativity, E=mc² and so many other esoteric things. But this is all fabrication. The claims about Einstein inventing any theory of relativity, or light and photons, or time, are false. Almost every claim – almost everything – attributed to Einstein is simply a lie. Einstein was an inept who contributed nothing original to the field of quantum mechanics, nor any other science. Far from being a competent physicist, he once even flatly denied that the atom could be split and, much later, admitted that the idea of a chain reaction in fissile material “had never occurred to me”.

Einstein was a third-class clerk at the government patent office in Bern, and never progressed beyond this level even with years of experience. By all contemporary reports, Einstein wasn’t even an accomplished mathematician. It has been well documented that much of the mathematical content of Einstein’s so-called theories were well beyond his ability. Walter Isaacson, president of the Aspen Institute, stated that Einstein’s first wife Mileva Marić was a “Serbian physicist who had helped him with (his) math . . .” Other prominent scientists have made the claim that his wife did most of his math for him.

Henri Poincaré was the foremost expert on relativity in the late 19th century and the first person to formally present the theories, having published more than 30 books and over 500 papers on the topics. Extensive documentation exists that Einstein and his associates had studied Poincaré’s theories and mathematics for years, yet when Einstein published his almost wholly-plagiarised versions he made no reference whatever to these other works.

In the accepted historical account, Einstein is credited with having written the correct field equations for general relativity, an enormous falsehood. It is an undisputed fact that David Hilbert sent Einstein a draft of his work (which had already been submitted for publication), containing precisely these equations, evidenced by the existence of a letter from Einstein to Hilbert thanking him for doing so. Yet a few weeks later, Einstein delivered a public speech of Hilbert’s work, claiming full credit for the derivation of Hilbert’s equations. Similarly, E=mc², the famous equation relating mass, energy, and the speed of light, had been published several times by Italian physicist Olinto De Pretto, long before Einstein was suddenly given credit for it. In multiple thorough reviews of scientific literature, prominent scientists have unanimously stated that there is “absolutely nothing to connect Einstein to the derivation of this formula.”

Einstein’s papers, theories, mathematics, documentation, were almost 100% plagiarised from others. He combined the prior published works of several people into one paper and claimed ownership of all of it. His so-called theories were nothing more than a composition encompassing the prior work of men like James Maxwell, Hendrik Lorentz, Joseph Larmor, Olinto De Pretto, Robert Brown, Ludwig Boltzmann, Friedrich Hasenöhrl, and many more.

In a paper he wrote in 1907, in part responding to (already-virulent) accusations of plagiarism, Einstein declared that plagiarism was perfectly acceptable as a form of ethical research, stating “… the nature [of physics is] that what follows has already been partly solved by other authors. I am [therefore] entitled to leave out a thoroughly pedantic survey of the literature…”[6][7][8] In other words, scientists all build on each others’ work, so Einstein could freely compile the work of everyone before him and re-present it as his own, with no obligation to even mention them or their work. His view of ethical science was like building a tower where each person adds one stone and, if I add the last stone, I not only take credit for the entire design and construction of the tower, but I own the building.

Perhaps the most damning evidence was when in 1953 Sir Edmund Whittaker published a very detailed account of the origin and development of all these theories and equations of physics, with extensive reference to the primary sources, documenting beyond doubt that Einstein had no priority in any of it, and clearly stating so. Einstein was alive and well when Whittaker published his book, yet he offered no dispute to the conclusions, no refutation of Whittaker’s claim that he (Einstein) had been irrelevant to the entire process. Einstein made no attempts in his own defense but simply hid in the bushes and refused to make any public comment whatever.[9]

Einstein was almost certainly the greatest fraud and plagiarist in modern science, an unashamed intellectual thief but, according to sources like Wikipedia, this is all just a minor “priority dispute” about who said what first in the realm of relativity physics. These sources misleadingly imply that several people made a discovery independently and more or less simultaneously, and we are simply debating who went public first. Nothing could be farther from the truth. Wikipedia is renowned as being virtually useless as an information source due to widespread ideological bias and censorship.

Einstein was Jewish and had the support of the Jewish-controlled media who conspired to create yet another historical myth. His fame and popularity today, his status as a hero of the scientific world, are due only to decades of a well-planned force-feeding of the Einstein myth to the masses by the media. The propaganda machine simply airbrushed out of the history books all the physicists who formulated these theories, and credited everything to Einstein. Without the extravagant generations-long PR and propaganda campaign, Einstein would have remained in the dustbin of obscurity where he belongs.

There are many Einstein apologists who produce reams of heavily-documented irrelevancies masquerading as proof, items such as a schoolmate who claimed “the flight of his mathematical genius was so high that I could no longer follow.” Many scientists and scientific historians know the truth of all this, and the accurate historical record is readily available, but many appear afraid to speak out for fear of damaging their careers.
I always had my doubts about Einstein's so-called "genius" after reading a few of his writings; his thinking simply didn't exhibit any evidence of high, let alone superlative, intelligence. But lacking any rationale for why anyone would bother to construct a myth around a single individual, I simply assumed that he was strong in some areas and normal in others.

It wasn't until I kept seeing judeochristians repeatedly pointing to Einstein and various Nobel Prize winners as proof of their own ethnic superiority, combined with the absolutely unjustified lionization of literary mediocrities such as Philip Roth and Saul Bellow, that I began to understand why the Einstein Myth had been constructed, and to pay attention to the scientific history that completely undermined his fraudulent claims to genius. It's stupid, really. Why build up fake figures like Einstein instead of celebrating the accomplishments of legitimate geniuses from their tribe, such as Martin van Creveld?

But the 20th Century judeochristian propagandists are hardly the only ones to have built up obviously false myths around famous individuals. As Larry Romanoff points out, Alexander Graham Bell, Thomas Edison, and the Wright Brothers are three previous frauds that served a similar role as elements in the construction of the mythology concerning American ingenuity.

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Blogger Akulkis July 12, 2020 8:41 AM  

NOT EVEN "standing on the shoulders of giants"

More like putting an inflatable wall in front of them after stealing their stuff. And of course, his (((friends))) providing both the wall and the air pump.

Blogger Thomas Preston July 12, 2020 8:48 AM  

The traditionalist Catholic philosopher, Wolfgang Smith, has systematically criticized and deconstructed the Einstein myth over the last several years. He places Einstein in the same level of blame as Descartes and Darwin for killing Western science.

Blogger Silent Draco July 12, 2020 8:52 AM  

I imagine the Bose-Einstein Condensation is also airbrushed, although the Indian physicist did the math right.

Sciencebombing, like photobombing, is only for experts, not 3rd raters.

Blogger Pedro Rocha July 12, 2020 8:54 AM  

Nikola tesla once called relativism garbage science. A significant portion of his works have been confiscated citing national security resons, among them, his ideas about how the universe works. That guy was a genious.

Blogger Jerry27 July 12, 2020 9:23 AM  

A young lady wanted me to try to get into Mensa back in my student days.

She tried to tell me that Einstein stole a lot of his work from his wife.

This was the first time in my life I heard anything negative about Einstein and planted a seed of thinking about his role as one of our cultural icons.

I think this was in 1978 and I was able to defend myself from Mensa by telling her -- "I do not take tests I give them."

thanks,
Jerry

Blogger My 1 millionth internet profile July 12, 2020 9:26 AM  

Seems like the Italians have been getting the booty end of the stick in these frauds, just as Frederico Faggin gets almost no mention for the digital revolution ahead of the likes of mere showmen such as Jobs and Gates.

Blogger Zaklog the Great July 12, 2020 9:31 AM  

I've heard of the problems with Alexander Graham Bell. There is evidence that he stole work on "his" most important invention, the telephone. What's the problem with the Wright brothers? I've never heard anything about this.

Blogger Shane Bradman July 12, 2020 9:32 AM  

Einstein was not only a fraud, but a disgusting pervert. He abandoned his first wife for his cousin. Then he abandoned his cousin for his cousin's daughter. There was not a single positive contribution Einstein made to the world. It's the same story with Oppenheimer, who stole everything from German scientists, then put on his stage make-up and made a huge drama about creating a big bomb.
Soon, Americans will start to realise that it wasn't American scientists who created rockets and space shuttles, but Nazi scientists headed by Werner von Braun. The Germans were so incredible at their job that their deep involvement with Nazism was swept under the rug. American exceptionalism is a myth. Jewish scientific achievement is a myth.

Blogger LES July 12, 2020 9:33 AM  

This is disheartening. I had hoped that by the time the barbershops opened here I would be as smart as Einstein.

Blogger RandyB July 12, 2020 9:34 AM  

Consider the times. These false myths were all part of the fabled Melting Pot turned up to the maximum.

Like the 1620 Plymouth colony's status as the "founding colony of the U. S.", despite Jamestown's founding in 1608 and continuous settlement since 1612.

As we should have already learned here, the official narrative is always a lie, even - especially - when you can't tell what the true facts are.

Blogger VFM Bear July 12, 2020 9:36 AM  

Well, there's also BB's rhetorical kill-shot of E=MC2 means Einstein married cousin twice.

Between the SDL and BB, that's quite the batting average.

Blogger Newscaper312 July 12, 2020 9:40 AM  

My physics study was in the 80s. Engineering major but I took a few extra physics courses only the physics majors took. Knew about Lorenz wrt development of Special Relativity. Remember references to Poincare and Hilbert although not specifically as precursors to Einsteins work.
I dont think I would call Einstein a fraud... There is a real role for synthesizers, and consulting a better mathematician for some details isnt really cheating in itself. Attribution though?

But yes, building up Einstein as equal if not superior to Newton is looking more like bull shit. Newton himself gets a bit too much credit for calculus vs Leibniz.

Ridiculous thing is both Edward Teller and Leo Szilard, both jewish, actually did do important work on the Manhattan Project, which Einstein was never really involved with much. Hell the famous letter from Einstein to FDR that kicked off the atomic bomb work was actually drafted by Szilard. But even back then before WW2 the PR machine had done its work on Einsteins rep.

Personal small world meets history tidbit I didnt learn until years later... My freshman year physics professor Dr Sperber got his PhD under John Wheeeler who got his under Neils Bohr.

Blogger Rick July 12, 2020 9:40 AM  

I knew it.
When I found out that relativity was observational, I said, that’s it? Who the hell didn’t know this.

The give-away, I thought, was one of the experiments conducted to prove affects on time using 2 clocks in 2 airplanes. You know the experiment. The results were used as propaganda to make the masses think time could be manipulated. (Science greater than the god of believers). Either that or the scientists really are not that bright.

Blogger VD July 12, 2020 9:51 AM  

I dont think I would call Einstein a fraud.

If you sold products on the basis of similarly accurate marketing, would you do so?

Blogger The Contrarian July 12, 2020 9:53 AM  

Watch the film "I.Q." starring Walther Matthau as Einstein and Tim Robbins some "nobody" mechanic, who Matthau conspires with to make Robbins into a physics prodigy. The joke is hiding right there in the daylight.

Blogger Rebel Shoat July 12, 2020 9:58 AM  

Reading those accounts provides me with an interesting pattern to look for in the accounts of other lionized firsts or individuals.

Blogger Zeroh Tollrants July 12, 2020 10:01 AM  

So, she was smarter than you, like the wife of Einstein,lol?
That's rare stuff for women.

Blogger Zeroh Tollrants July 12, 2020 10:05 AM  

I grew up living almost an hour North of Birmingham and an hour South of Huntsville, AL. That mean trips to Redstone Arsenal where my uncle was the big cheese and to see concerts at Von Braun theater. Everyone I knew back then knew the brains came from the Nazis.

Blogger Shane Bradman July 12, 2020 10:06 AM  

Relativity is bullshit because time is intangible. You cannot affect intangible phenomenon with physical stimulus. The only thing relativity proves is that scientists parade their errors around as ultimate reality.

Blogger Pratisara July 12, 2020 10:07 AM  

>> it wasn't American scientists who created rockets and space shuttles, but Nazi scientists headed by Werner von Braun. The Germans were so incredible at their job that their deep involvement with Nazism was swept under the rug.

And I am sure the German scientists' sudden meteoric success had nothing to do with getting their hands on ancient Vedic texts(rasayana shastra, vimana shastra etc) from colonised India and translating them from Sanskrit to German. Max Mueller spent much of his life doing so.It is said that less than 0.5% of stolen Vedic texts have been applied in the modern age.
At least the German scientists had the decency to adopt Hinduism secretly - most were cremated with Vedic rituals upon death and ashes dispersed to the sea.
James Bond actor Roger Moore belonged to the same tribe.

Blogger Zeroh Tollrants July 12, 2020 10:08 AM  

A fraud and a child molester.

Blogger Ominous Cowherd July 12, 2020 10:14 AM  

LES wrote:This is disheartening. I had hoped that by the time the barbershops opened here I would be as smart as Einstein.
Smart as Einstein? You're setting the bar pretty low.

Blogger Crazy Dave July 12, 2020 10:20 AM  

Check out:

Dr Wolfgang Smith's, The End of Quantum Reality

https://philos-sophia.org/about-the-film/

Blogger Stilicho July 12, 2020 10:20 AM  

Edison is another good example of over-rated intellect. His famous quote "genius is 1% inspiration and 99% persperation" is a hallmark of a midwit.

Blogger Edjamacator July 12, 2020 10:26 AM  

LES wrote:This is disheartening. I had hoped that by the time the barbershops opened here I would be as smart as Einstein.

Well, looks like you now can.

Blogger Darren July 12, 2020 10:27 AM  

Great share! May uncomfortable truth about #FakeNews (and thus fake history, as witnessed in real time by everybody now and anyone who paid attention since 9/11) lead to the slaughter of many past mythical sacred cows starting relatively easily with the Einstein who was "no Einstein"!
https://www.unz.com/lromanoff/a-few-historical-frauds/

Blogger carnaby July 12, 2020 10:28 AM  

What's wrong with the Wright Brothers? The claim of first powered flight? I know there is a dispute between WB and Langley, but the evidence points in favor of WB as Langley merely achieved a "powered hop", arguably not true flight.

Blogger Edjamacator July 12, 2020 10:31 AM  

Shane Bradman wrote:Relativity is bullshit because time is intangible. You cannot affect intangible phenomenon with physical stimulus. The only thing relativity proves is that scientists parade their errors around as ultimate reality.

That's what I've been wrestling with for a long time now. I know I'm a regular Joe mid-wit, so I always assumed I must just not be smart enough to understand it, but I could never buy into it for real. I always thought time was just a measuring device, with no physical component open to alteration. The entire "a minute on this planet is a gazillion years on earth" thing struck me as impossible, yet SCIENCE said it was true. Good to know others question it as well.

Blogger Bellerophon July 12, 2020 10:37 AM  

That guy in the wheelchair was also not as brilliant as his hype machine made him out to be.

Blogger Ron Winkleheimer July 12, 2020 10:38 AM  

Americans will start to realise that it wasn't American scientists who created rockets and space shuttles, but Nazi scientists headed by Werner von Braun.

Apparently you have never been to the US Space and Rocket Center in Huntsville. I went their a couple of years ago and they were celebrating von Braun's 100th birthday. They airbrushed the Nazi stuff though.

Blogger Jack Ward July 12, 2020 10:41 AM  

Got to comment 22 with no mention of Miles Mathis and his work. Had to laugh. If you want deconstruction of almost all the mainline 'genius' of the gods of physics Mathis provides a bunch of interesting reading. Except Tesla. Even Mathis stands in awe of Tesla.
As for Wright Bros. Even now no one in aviation can acknowledge how an airplane can actually fly. Mathis has a series of papers on his science site, 'Lift on a wing' that convinced me he knows what he's talking about.
Your mileage may vary.

http://milesmathis.com/

Blogger Uncle John's Band July 12, 2020 10:46 AM  

Fakes are SO useful to the beast system narratives.

You can create whatever connotations you want for things – think how Einstein’s freakishness has distorted the popular perception of genius.

And without any connection to truth, they can be reimagined to fit any future fake reality.


“Me, me, me, me… I don’t think I would call Einstein a fraud.”

Boomers, keep on booming.

Blogger SirHamster July 12, 2020 11:06 AM  

Zaklog the Great wrote:I've heard of the problems with Alexander Graham Bell. There is evidence that he stole work on "his" most important invention, the telephone. What's the problem with the Wright brothers? I've never heard anything about this.
Read the article linked in the OP. The last section is on the Wright brothers.

Blogger camcleat July 12, 2020 11:07 AM  

Why build up fake figures like Einstein instead of celebrating the accomplishments of legitimate geniuses from their tribe, such as Martin van Creveld?

This question is similar to one I've asked numerous times:

Why are all the BLM "heroes" people of very dubious background and action in the newsworthy event in light of legitimate "cop erroneously kills unarmed black kid" stories like that of John Crawford?

There are examples that remove the controversy of the narrative, but those are not used. Instead we get all this stuff with debatable overhead.

Rationally and dialectically, it does not make a lick of sense. Therefore, the debate, the controversy itself, must be of rhetorical value.

They want the chaos. Now, they will similarly welcome the "debate" about Einstein, and dialectic truth won't matter.

Blogger [Redacted] July 12, 2020 11:08 AM  

Americans engaged in mass theft of intellectual property, spammed mass produced goods of dubious quality onto the world market, then declined culturally when they started to believe their own lies.

A familiar story.

Blogger McChuck July 12, 2020 11:10 AM  

Einstein was well known to be no great mathematical mind. Special relativity is simply applied Pythagorean Theorem.

It isn't possible to footnote every prior discovery in a physics paper. The credits would run a hundred pages, and be pointless. What you are supposed to do is credit recent papers that you rely upon to take the concept that next step.

Blogger Cloudbuster July 12, 2020 11:12 AM  

Pratisara wrote:And I am sure the German scientists' sudden meteoric success had nothing to do with getting their hands on ancient Vedic texts(rasayana shastra, vimana shastra etc) from colonised India and translating them from Sanskrit to German. Max Mueller spent much of his life doing so.It is said that less than 0.5% of stolen Vedic texts have been applied in the modern age.

We wuz Rajahs!

Blogger Phelps July 12, 2020 11:16 AM  

From the article, the Smithsonian denied the existence of a contract with the Wright Bros for decades before they were finally exposed. Since we know that they were lying about hiding that, why should we believe them when they say that they aren't hiding artifacts from the Ark on Ararat (including Adam's body) and all the archeological giants they deny having taken into their collection?

Blogger Martel July 12, 2020 11:17 AM  

"And I am sure the German scientists' sudden meteoric success had nothing to do with getting their hands on ancient Vedic texts(rasayana shastra, vimana shastra etc) from colonised India and translating them from Sanskrit to German."

Is this the Indian version of We Wuz Kangz, Aristotle stole our logic?

Blogger Anonymous White Male July 12, 2020 11:19 AM  

Promoting frauds like Bob Dylan and Einstein allows (((the tribe))) to place themselves at the top of all fields. The disproportionate number of jews receiving Nobel Prizes also reinforces this. Now, people see through the Nobel Peace Prize as a political stunt, but still believe that those that receive them for other things are legit. Its all viewed as necessary by (((them))) and their apologists to reinforce the diversity myth and the resulting chaos as being birth pangs for a great new day. Burnt again evangelical Christians even use Abraham and Biblical scripture to promote the lie that "the jews" have brought blessings upon every country they have infected, even though Abraham wasn't a jew but a pre-Israelite Adamic descendant.

Blogger Shane Bradman July 12, 2020 11:23 AM  

Rebel Shoat try Winston Churchill next.

Blogger Samuel Adams July 12, 2020 11:26 AM  

From the referenced article regarding the Wright brothers: "But that was never true, and the Smithsonian was in on the fraud from the very beginning."

The Smithsonian has been a gatekeeper for established narrative from the beginning. I recommend reading "The Ancient Giants Who Ruled America: The Missing Skeletons and the Great Smithsonian Cover-Up" by Richard J. Dewhurst.

As the population expanded into the plains, thousands of mounds were excavated and their contents were shipped to the Smithsonian. Because they contained things American Indians obviously did not and could not manufacture, their existence contradicted the Beringia theory that North America was an unpopulated continent until Siberians migrated across the frozen over Bering strait.

The obvious proof that there was vast and constant visitation from Europeans was anathema, so the Smithsonian had all of these artifacts loaded in barges and dumped into the sea.

Blogger Gen. Kong July 12, 2020 11:38 AM  

Why build up fake figures like Einstein instead of celebrating the accomplishments of legitimate geniuses from their tribe, such as Martin van Creveld?

Probably has something to do with Einstein taking the offered ticket and Creveld declining it. Einstein was always more interested in the fame and fortune of being a "great master of science" than in the actual practice of physics. Contrast Einstein's behavior and career with that of Tesla. Most of what has been taught in publick edumacation for generations is a lie, and the (((media))) are congenital liars. Their reaction to truth is like that of a vampire to a cross.

Blogger Samuel Adams July 12, 2020 11:53 AM  

The Third Reich had a pretty good bead on Jewish mathematicians and scientists (particularly of the type we now call physicists) early on, calling it "Jewish science" and dismissing it entirely. It was confounding, it seemed almost intentionally counterintuitive, and it appeared they were creating a field of mathematics composed of just a select few enlightened people, all Jews, who were the only ones brilliant enough to understand it. The National Socialists weren't having any of that nonsense and told them they weren't welcome in Germany. Unfortunately, when they emigrated, they were welcomed with open arms in England and the US, where they were able to do a great deal of damage.

Blogger cecilhenry July 12, 2020 12:05 PM  


This book has been out for quite a while addressing exactly this point.

Einstein was a fraud.



The Manufacture and Sale of Saint Einstein - The Propaganda of Supremacy


https://archive.org/details/TheManufactureAndSaleOfSaintEinstein-ThePropagandaOfSupremacy

Blogger JG July 12, 2020 12:16 PM  

Physics is getting quite a kick in the butt lately. Physicists have wasted the better part of 50 years on string theory without a single testable claim to show for it.

Einstein's version of general relativity is obviously wrong because they keep having to create fudge factors like dark matter to account for motions of galaxies, without any real evidence that this dark matter actually exists other than it makes the relativity equations work.

Cosmology has become a field where the primary evidence of the big bang, the cosmic microwave background, is fraught with poor data collection and analysis. The massively compromised data sets that are so bad that they should take back all the Nobel prizes awarded for same. The other evidence for the big bang relies on red-shifted galaxies moving apart because of "dark energy" that no one appears to be able to detect.

VD often says science is no better than a coin flip. I would say he's an optimist.

Blogger Critias July 12, 2020 12:18 PM  

Can anyone recommend a book that tells the story of scientific achievement with everything attributed to the correct people and not the establishment frauds?

Blogger L'Aristokrato July 12, 2020 12:29 PM  

Another sacred cows that begs slaying.

Blogger Akulkis July 12, 2020 12:29 PM  

>> This is disheartening. I had hoped that by the time the barbershops opened here I would be as smart as Einstein.


Achievement unlocked. You're now smarter than Einstein.

Blogger camcleat July 12, 2020 12:31 PM  

Samuel Adams wrote:Because they contained things American Indians obviously did not and could not manufacture, their existence contradicted the Beringia theory that North America was an unpopulated continent until Siberians migrated across the frozen over Bering strait.


There is a growing quantity of evidence from contemporary dig sites that strongly contradict the "Clovis First" hypothesis. One is in South Carolina and the the thing that sparked it was when the Principle Investigator noticed how the patterns he was seeing remarkably matched ones from elsewhere, the midwest if my memory serves.

The evidence continues to grow, so of course the narrative machine has ramped up. What's really funny is how people that *do* know better continue to publicly assert the Clovis First junk as if no other theory even merits discussion.

I once challenged such a person with "let's at least debate this over evidence; if it's wrong, you can refute it." My offer was dismissed out of hand, which is funny. The dude knew FAR FAR more than I on the period history.

The stuff from SC is dated to layers at least 50,000 years ago and the evidence is clearly human in origin. I'm personally unclear why they cling so strongly to Clovis First as such a sacred cow; seems odd that particular idea has such a religious fervor, unless it's nothing more complicated than they believe what they've been taught as foundational truth rather than science that has to be modified as new evidence comes to light.

Blogger Roman Daoist July 12, 2020 12:31 PM  

Um, so this may have happened before. When Jews were previously asked to leave because of supposed imporoper behaviouring. Maybe it's genetic. Like Aborogines having excellent eyesight and hearing, Jews have excellent plagiarism. - Proposed as a question.

I read previously about Einstein's wife 'helping' with the maths.

Maybe feminism > jewry
that would be something given how highly feminism is held...

How about we all dive into the Astral Plane and see what Is ourselves?

Amen and Amen.

Bitches.

Blogger kunta kinte July 12, 2020 12:32 PM  

If there was a Nobel Prize for stealing Nobel Prizes, (they) would steal that too.

Blogger jijijeac July 12, 2020 12:39 PM  

the history of everything is filled with jews copying stuff from whites. one of the biggest reasons why all of these succesful jews all live in white countries and not in israel. if the theory of jewish excellence would be true than there should be roughly the same number of accomplished jews within israel as outside of it given that there are roughly as many jews in israel as outside of it.

Blogger joc July 12, 2020 12:41 PM  

Joe Biden is the Einstein of politics. Never thought I'd say that.

Blogger Roman Daoist July 12, 2020 12:45 PM  

47. Critias
- Tao Te Ching by Lao Tzu
- A perusal of stuff by the Theosophical Society. - I read a book (can't remember the title, sorry) diagramming DNA published decades before the official discovery. Ever notice the double intertwined snakes representing medicine???? It's millennia old.
- Stuff by UG Krishnamurti. (Not J Krishnamurti)
- No.

Blogger Darren July 12, 2020 12:51 PM  

Is unz.com the Eustace Mullins of our current times?

Blogger tuberman July 12, 2020 12:52 PM  

I have a major issue with Romanoff here. I know that Jews manipulate history. That's a given.

But...But Einstein was not even a naturalized American until after what "he didn't accomplish, yet got credit for" was completely done. Jewish disinfo isn't "American Exceptionalism' propaganda, as it about Jewish supremacy. Best not to incoherently twist, invert the two together. Yes, I know the Cabal low lives do just that, but why should anyone who knows better?

Romanoff first sentence exposes his agenda, "There are only two nations in the world whose existence seems to be founded primarily on historical myths." This is complete BS, as nearly every nation, every tribe, and every clan's existence are based primarily on myth, and what's more, he knows it. That means he lies and lacks character. Notice the hedge word "seems?"

The vast majority of American Exceptionalism is based on it's founding, and the founding fathers, which he will likely dogpile on next with his allies tearing down statues of George Washington.



Blogger Darren July 12, 2020 12:53 PM  

His handicap allowed his controllers to say nonsense through him.
See also: Creepy Uncle Joe Biden and his facemask.

Blogger The Abe July 12, 2020 12:55 PM  

Ah, three summers and a thousand years ago I speculated in these comments that the day would come when everyone would scoff that they had slices of Einstein's artichoke sitting in jars for posterity.

And now it looks the day will arrive sooner than I'd expected. The Dread Ilk are the only company I would ever dare to share such a notion. And I was received with an open mind to the possibility, at the time.

For your average Mortimer Midwit like myself, this is a heartening occurrence. About the only other time I've felt like this was when N.N. Taleb publicly echoed my private speculation near future civililzation will resemble the city-states of yore.

Ave SDL
Vivat Dread Ilk!

Blogger Akulkis July 12, 2020 1:01 PM  

>> I dont think I would call Einstein a fraud...


He fits the legal definition of a fraudster. He obtained things of value based on the false claim that he came up with these ideas and derived the math all by himself.

* his salary and benefits as a professor in Theoretical Physics at the University of Zurich in 1908.
* his salary and benefits as a professor at the (German) Charles-Ferdinand University in Prague in 1911 and accompanying Austrian citizenship as a requirement for the position.
* his salary and benefits as a full professor at ETH Zurich (1912-1914).
* his salary and benefits as the director of the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute for Physics (1914–1932).
* the benefits of being a Foreign Member of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences.
* the benefits of being a Foreign Member of the Royal Society (ForMemRS) in 1921.
* the cash and benefits of being awarded the Copley Medel from the Royal Society in 1925.
* salary and benefits as a Research Fellow at the California Institute of Technology ("Caltech"), 1930

* his salary the Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, NJ,


* U.S. Citizenship
* Nobel prize
* and many other monies and prizes

This is only a partial list of the magnitude of his fraud.

Fraud is defined as receiving anything of value on the basis having made making false statements.

Blogger Wood-burning_Bear July 12, 2020 1:26 PM  

Good news! You’re probably already smarter.

Blogger Joel Raúl Villegas July 12, 2020 1:29 PM  

A fitting face for the community that defends him.
It'd be useful to me if you label this as "science" too.
Thanks for the post.

Blogger RedJack July 12, 2020 1:35 PM  

He has been brain dead for a while.

Blogger rcocean July 12, 2020 1:39 PM  

I'd be brought up with the belief that somehow Einstein was the father of the A-Bomb and that it all derived from E=mc2. I not only read that in Time Magazine which called Einstein its "Man of the Century" but was taught that in HS Physics class. Imagine my shock, when I started reading about Bohr, Rutherford, etc. and found that Einstein has ZERO to do with the A-bomb, mapping the atom, etc. Even the famous letter to FDR starting the Manhattan project had been drafted by someone else!

Even E=mc2, had not only been published by another scientist, it really had nothing to do with the drive toward nuclear energy/bomb. Scientist had already PROVEN in experiments that smashing atoms released massive amounts of Energy.

Blogger Reader July 12, 2020 1:42 PM  

Cancel Jewish Culture

Blogger SciVo July 12, 2020 1:47 PM  

The Contrarian wrote:Watch the film "I.Q." starring Walther Matthau as Einstein and Tim Robbins some "nobody" mechanic, who Matthau conspires with to make Robbins into a physics prodigy. The joke is hiding right there in the daylight.

Yeah, classic Satanic lampshading. But although most of the movie was quite pleasant -- Meg Ryan! -- the ending bothered me for some reason that I couldn't put my finger on. So maybe don't watch.

Blogger RedJack July 12, 2020 1:49 PM  

That is local to me. The Putnam museum in Davenport, Iowa has some artifacts declared frauds that were supposed to come from the mounds in the area. My favorite was a mammoth carving. But the didn't fit the narrative and are gine

Blogger RedJack July 12, 2020 2:18 PM  

Repeatable science is engineering. All else is speculative philosophy.

Blogger JohnR219 July 12, 2020 2:20 PM  

Wonder whatever happened to Dread

Blogger Doktor Jeep July 12, 2020 2:28 PM  

The only truth I know is that everything is a lie.
Everything.

Blogger RedJack July 12, 2020 2:31 PM  

The Smithsonian chose clovis. Kind of like evolution "proves" horses evolved in Nebraska, walked to Eurasia, and then died out in the new world

Blogger Cash July 12, 2020 2:31 PM  

Maybe Einstein was a fraud.

But gee whiz that author is beyond out of line.

The very first sentence is an out right lie. And the "facts" that he presents are without context, perspective, or wisdom.

A nobody trying to tear down men of accomplishment.

Blogger Snidely Whiplash July 12, 2020 2:31 PM  

Re: prehistory of N America
The theory of European settlement of the Eastern Seaboard is called The Soultrean Hypothesis.

Blogger Snidely Whiplash July 12, 2020 2:35 PM  

Cash wrote:Maybe Einstein was a fraud.

But gee whiz that author is beyond out of line.


RESPECT HIS AUTHORITEH!!!
If the man was a fraud, which you admit is a very real possibility, why is he due any respect at all? If Einstein is a fraud, how could the first sentence even plausibly be cast as a lie?

Did someone gore your sacred cow?

Blogger Mikołaj July 12, 2020 2:36 PM  

The first footnote is to an article praising "Jordan Peterson's rules for life", most of the rest are joke sources for someone claiming to make a historical case, the Russian State Library and Kremlin archives being closed obviously hit the author hard.

Blogger rognuald July 12, 2020 2:37 PM  

In addition to the German rocket scientists, Robert Goddard was an American pioneering in rockets. We may not have needed the Nazis if the US government had given him more support.

The Chinese, with their theft of intellectual property, seem to be following in American footsteps.

Blogger map July 12, 2020 2:46 PM  

It's really amazing when you think about. The Germans created the first public education system under Bismarck. Since math is a heavily tested skill, the Germans had long been training and testing their children in mathematics.

Yet, the entire German educational system missed a genius of Einstein's caliber. They missed it in grade school. They missed it in high school. They missed it in college.

So poor and undistinguished a student he was, that he barely managed an engineering degree and he ended up working in the patent office. With this background, he is somehow coming up with seminal theories in physics.

Right. This makes a lot of sense. Then we see all kinds of academic appointments, but did he even teach a class? Is there a famous Einstein Lectures on Physics like there is a Feynman Lectures on Physics?

Before the atom bomb, was physics just a form of natural philosophy that no one paid attention to so this fraud and plagiarism went unnoticed?

Blogger Silent Draco July 12, 2020 2:48 PM  

Zero Tohlrants, von Braun and co. Spent a couple year carefully filing Dr. Robert Goddard's name off papers and patents, on the interests of National Socialism. They made liquid fuels rockets work at an intermediate scale.

The old-timers at WSMR still told out-of-school stories about the rocket that got away and was recovered way "off the books". Herr D. Prof. VB insisted on setting guidance himself.

Blogger thethirdcoast July 12, 2020 2:56 PM  

The officially chosen BLM "heroes" are lowlifes because the people in that movement are evil and insane.

Blogger yoyoyoBigD July 12, 2020 3:01 PM  

Is it true that german scientists were vedic scholars? Or is that a conspiracy theory?

Blogger Samuel Adams July 12, 2020 3:03 PM  

@camcleat

I don't want to take this too off topic because I was just agreeing with the article's assertion that the Smithsonian acts as a gatekeeper of the narrative, but I wholehearted agree with you.

Louis Leakey made a few digs in California, one in Calico (home of the famous ghost town) and one in San Diego. Both digs yielded artifacts of obvious human manufacture found in strata estimated to be 200,000 years old. When he announced this, he eventually retracted it because *obviously* this was in error, which shows that even the esteemed and venerable can be called to the carpet and made to apologize when they violate the Narrative.

Currently, there is a dig in San Diego of a mammoth discovered at a CalTrans (California freeway) site. It was discovered in the 1990s and construction was halted immediately. It took over 20 years for archaeologists to grudgingly admit that the mammoth is both 130,000 years old and shows evidence of human butchering. This was too well publicized to sweep under the rug, so they had to admit that this is an "anomaly". Of course.

Blogger yoyoyoBigD July 12, 2020 3:04 PM  

Is there anything that's cringier than Einstein posters in boys dorm rooms?
It's as if the kids were channeling Einstein's spirit to molest them.

Blogger Snidely Whiplash July 12, 2020 3:20 PM  

Unknown wrote:It's as if the kids were channeling Einstein's spirit to molest them.
Einstein only molested girls, and usually only if they were his cousins.

Blogger Akulkis July 12, 2020 3:29 PM  

>> Edison is another good example of over-rated intellect. His famous quote "genius is 1% inspiration and 99% persperation" is a hallmark of a midwit.


The key indicator was that in his search for a good filament for an incandescent light bulb. He is famously quoted as saying he found "I haven't failed. I've just found 10,000 ways that won't work."

He absolutely REFUSED to even look into any theories and tabulated data to help guide his material testing. Had he taken a look at the data known at the time, it wouldn't have taken him anywhere near 10,000 trials to finally arrive at tungsten.

Consider this -- he tried carbonized* banana peels before he tried tungsten.

* which is to say "converted into charcoal"

Blogger Crush Limbraw July 12, 2020 3:37 PM  

Is today just another day to expose frauds and myths?


https://crushlimbraw.blogspot.com/2020/07/was-american-revolution-mistake-by-gary.html?m=0



https://crushlimbraw.blogspot.com/2020/07/the-constitution-failed-by-ryan-mcmaken.html?m=0


I archived these two articles by Gary North and Ryan McMaken on the American founding. Is everything fake?

Blogger LES July 12, 2020 3:42 PM  

Fooled you!

Blogger Reader July 12, 2020 3:45 PM  

Einstain. That would certainly be an apropos Mandela Effect.

Blogger Ariadne Umbrella July 12, 2020 3:50 PM  

Umm, at the time of the world wars, America was 20 percent-ish of German descent. The only people who are hysterically anti-German are 2 percent-ish, and concentrated in the places that also dislike Confederate flags, monuments, and, well southerners walking around and breathing. Wendish was spoken, and printed in newspapers until the world wars. Being not-German, I don't care, but I'm also not-anti-German 2%. Friend attended high school where Hitler photos were up, among people to venerate.

It wouldn't be Vedic. It would be more Tengri/ Himalayan, one with the elements, sort of thing. The educated Europeans had hunted out all the religious documents of middle Asia. They weren't too up into subcontinental stuff. They are the reason we have copies of the Diamond Sutra, and things like that.

The article is written by an obvious non- American. The Wright brothers are currently being deprecated in children's textbooks. It's not the gotcha that the author thinks it is. It's got that weird " I emigrated to a port city, therefore I understand middle region Americans- they are all boobs!" feel to it. General Electric has also been shoved off the big board, so it's not in a position to defend its myth-making. It's like scholars slapping each other around with their pencases: nobody cares.

As it is, all he's done is point out how irrelevant Europe is in large scale manufacturing- Spain had an empire, and they couldn't export Coca Kola out to all the exotic lands they administered? And lightbulbs? Italy could have had a worldwide lock on lightbulbs, and instead they've got, what? eyeglasses and clothes?

And, that bit where he's excited about Smithsonian books: no one outside of Boomers working for the government, can afford $30- $60 coffee table books from the official printing press of the government.

Literally, Vox Day with Castalia House, doing books and videos, is the cutting edge. The hardbounds, notice how they aren't going to 15 year old boys out of their own pocket money? It will be like the glamour postcards of Hapsburg princesses- irrelevant, pointless, forgotten- the Smithsonian glamour books, not the Castalia House ebooks.

Blogger map July 12, 2020 4:01 PM  

I tell ya...I really like Miles Mathis. I am concerned that the Salem Witch Trials were a hoax.

Blogger Ron Winkleheimer July 12, 2020 4:07 PM  

I'm personally unclear why they cling so strongly to Clovis First as such a sacred cow; seems odd that particular idea has such a religious fervor

If Clovis First is incorrect then their life's work is worthless. I don't remember who said it, but I recall reading that replacing scientific theories usually requires that the old scientists that propound them have to die off.

Blogger Bezzle July 12, 2020 4:30 PM  

Can anyone recommend a book that tells the story of scientific achievement with everything attributed to the correct people and not the establishment frauds?

You mean Muslims didn't invent everything?

Blogger Zastavnik Džemo July 12, 2020 4:31 PM  

1. His unkempt hair, lolling tongue are pipe are obvious props of an actor playing the part of mad scientist from a cartoon. He is a scientist meme to this day.

2. He was not invited to Manhattan project when even third grade physicists were called to contribute to the war effort.

3. A jew + Government Bureaucrat in pattent office == assumption of plagiarism squared.

Blogger Owen Martin July 12, 2020 4:32 PM  

Einstein made the simple mistake in his Relativity Theory of confusing a fact of perception with a fact of reality. Just because someone sees the ground moving on a merry go round does not make their perception valid. And it can be easily proved that the merry go round is moving and not the ground, because it takes a force to stop it. Only with einstein do scientists allow facts of perception to be taken as facts of reality, in all other branches the perception of an individual is not taken as gospel.

Blogger God Emperor Memes July 12, 2020 4:36 PM  

FDR?

Blogger Scuzzaman July 12, 2020 4:38 PM  

Albert was a socialist. His "thoughts" on politics - if one can dignify his excrescences with such a term - were moronic.
As described above he was also utterly without principle or shame.
In other words, he was the perfect candidate for this scam, the spiritual father of the antifa scum who share these same characteristics.

Blogger RedJack July 12, 2020 5:22 PM  

@81
When I was a kid I was very into archaeology. So much my grandfather reached out to a guy he knew who did digs. I was fortunate to see actual data. That statement about horses evolving in Nebraska? Seems a major donor paid alot of money for that finding, and it stands pretty much to this day. Though originally it was that most African plains game started in North America.

Nuts isn't it.

I have been to Clovis New Mexico. The site is Blackwater Draw, and I highly encourage a visit if you are there. The findings were ignored, denied, and declared faked for years till one guy died in DC then suddenly it became standard knowledge.

Blogger M Cephas July 12, 2020 5:24 PM  

I think Einstein was promoted heavily because of his tribe, but also because he saved the world from having to admit that they got it wrong in regards to the Earth moving through space. (The Michelson-Morley experiment).

And no one (Jews, Protestants, or atheists) wanted to admit the Catholic Church was right all those years ago with Galileo.

Blogger "William Berke" July 12, 2020 5:29 PM  

American made frame molding is better (is not the best) than Italian for reason by aureolin.

Blogger Vlad the Impaler July 12, 2020 5:30 PM  

For the past few years, one of my friends always referred to Einstein as a stupid science bitch. It definitely works with this fraud

Blogger B July 12, 2020 5:30 PM  

I always suspected that Einstein’s first wife, Mileva Maric, played a crucial role in fashioning the Theory of Relativity.

Mileva was a serious physicist & mathematician in her own right and was even friends with Marie Curie. It’s pretty certain that both Mileva and Albert recognized that the Theory of Relativity was Nobel-worthy, since it was made a part of their divorce agreement, finalized in 1919. When in 1922 Albert did in fact win the Nobel Prize, the divorce agreement ensured that Albert got the prize while Mileva got the prize money, held in trust for their 2 sons. Mileva was also awarded interest from the trust for herself. I suspect that it was an unwritten agreement between the two that Mileva and their sons would benefit financially from the Nobel money, and in return Mileva would stay mum about her own contributions to the Theory of Relativity.

As far as I can tell, the Theory of Relativity was Albert’s sole contribution to science. So was he really such a genius??

One other incident makes me suspicious about Albert’s genius chops. It was the Belgian priest Fr. Georges Lemaitre who first proposed the “big bang” theory. Einstein, however, rejected his math. Subsequent strong empirical evidence supported Lemaitre’s theory, and it is now universally accepted among physicists. I always wondered: if Einstein was such a creative genius, why did he reject the big bang theory? (It’s true that much later Einstein accepted it when the weight of empirical evidence became overwhelming.)

I believe that Mileva and Albert were both the true parents of the Theory of Relativity, not Albert alone. That said, it doesn’t take away from the fact that Albert was a fundamentally decent guy who didn’t shirk his family obligations.

Blogger B July 12, 2020 5:44 PM  

Zaklog the Great says: "I've heard of the problems with Alexander Graham Bell. There is evidence that he stole work on "his" most important invention, the telephone."
________________________________________________________
Zaklog, you can find this on the Library of Congress website (loc.gov):

"Antonio Meucci, an Italian immigrant, began developing the design of a talking telegraph or telephone in 1849. In 1871, he filed a caveat (an announcement of an invention) for his design of a talking telegraph. Due to hardships, Meucci could not renew his caveat. His role in the invention of the telephone was overlooked until the United States House of Representatives passed a Resolution on June 11, 2002, honoring Meucci’s contributions and work. You can read the resolution (107th Congress, H Res 269) on Congress.gov."

Blogger Damelon Brinn July 12, 2020 6:09 PM  

I always figured the popularity of Clovis First and the Beringa theory in general was that it downplayed the achievement of white European explorers. It said that not only did Columbus not really "discover" anything that hadn't already been discovered by other travelers, but that it definitely wasn't other Europeans either. They would probably be willing to accept a pre-Clovis source as long as it wasn't from Europe.

Blogger Hammerli 280 July 12, 2020 6:17 PM  

I would not call the Wrights a fraud. I've seen no evidence of anyone else cracking the problem of control.

(Flight requires Lift, Power, and Control. Power got solved with the internal combustion engine. Lift was cracked by several people. Control, particularly in roll...the Wrights held the patent on it.)

Blogger Samuel Adams July 12, 2020 6:27 PM  

@90: "If Clovis First is incorrect then their life's work is worthless. I don't remember who said it, but I recall reading that replacing scientific theories usually requires that the old scientists that propound them have to die off."

If memory serves, I think that's the venerable SF writer and pedophile Arthur C. Clarke, who himself has thankfully died off, but unfortunately pedophilia still runs rampant throughout the SF&F community.

Blogger Arthur Isaac July 12, 2020 7:10 PM  

He had a small hat and a penchant for cousin f#!king though.....but I repeat myself.

Blogger Akulkis July 12, 2020 7:21 PM  

>> Got to comment 22 with no mention of Miles Mathis and his work. Had to laugh. If you want deconstruction of almost all the mainline 'genius' of the gods of physics Mathis provides a bunch of interesting reading. Except Tesla. Even Mathis stands in awe of Tesla.


That's because the entire modern age starting with the electrification of cities more than a few miles from a power plant is ALL due to Tesla. Not to mention *every* *single* AC motor used on the planet.

Without Tesla, all of our industrial machinery would be powered through drive-belts connected to overhead driveshafts, in turn connected to a large, on-site engine.
Your high performance, battery operated hand-tools are all driven by Tesla's AC motors. (Switching circuitry inside converts the DC from the battery into AC).

While there is dispute about who "invented" radio signals, Tesla was the first to demonstrate the use of radio signals to control a device (a toy boat) -- this was BEFORE anybody had even tried radio telegraphy (which requires only about 1/2 of the circuitry required by Tesla's remote control boat). EVEN IF Marconi beat Tesla (and there is, to this day, contention over who beat whom) to "discovering" radio waves, Tesla far surpassed Marconi's wildest dreams within months. Tesla's "worldpower" electrical distribution system requires no electrical cables. (Imagine the power station is 1/2 of a tranformer, and the other half is placed at the point where electric power is needed. This is the same principle used in Apple's "wireless" Magsafe device chargers) The only reason it was never adopted is because nobody could ever make money building and operating such a plant, as there was no way to meter a household's power usage without being able to control the connection. And any old length of wire coiled into loops would be a power receiver.

Tesla's genius surpasses Oliver Heaviside's mathematical innovations such as partial differential equations, independent development of vector analysis, and other techniques to transform Maxwell's 12 equations into the way they are expressed today (4 equations using 3-dimensional vectors) and the further transformation of those into the "Telegrapher's Equations" which describe the behavior, and guide the proper design of transmission lines, whether used for signals or for power, over any distance.

The entirety of the modern use of electricity and long-distance communications is founded on the work of Heaviside and Tesla.

And there is not even a hint of doubt that both Heaviside and Tesla of those men did their own work. (The only contention viz a viz Tesla vs. Marconi is whose experiments deliberately produced and detected electromagnetic waves first. There is no argument that both Marconi and Tesla did so, independently of each other).

Edison, in contrast, had to hire hundreds of scientists to produce the vast majority of "his" inventions.

Blogger bramley says "Enoch was right" July 12, 2020 7:25 PM  

Never trust a man who doesn't wear socks.

Blogger Ariadne Umbrella July 12, 2020 7:27 PM  

I have no idea what to make of Miles Mathis. Some of the stuff is obviously inexperience- he's janky about Stephen King's output. The official output works out to 15 minutes of writing a day. The big variable is that his editor printed everything he wrote, not that he's a writing machine. There are ebook writers who write at his volume, just a few years in.

I am puzzled about the Salem stuff, since I happen to have documents on families in that area. They seem to be married to everyone, all the families have dozens (literally) of kids, all of them marry people with wildly different last names, and yet not one of them marries anyone with any of the names he highlights. But all the names he highlights all marry each other and, apparently, have habitual bad faith efforts of citizenship. So I'm not discounting what he's writing. His assertions seem to have overlaps with other odd accounts online, in various ways. But none of them are the complete elephant:they testify to their own experience and view, but not anyone else's experience. That has more the ring of truth than a unified, singular voice.

Blogger Akulkis July 12, 2020 7:30 PM  

>> I heard a prof from Purdue University's School of Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering (Neil Armstrong's alma mater) say this: "Give me an engine powerful enough, and I can make even a piece of plywood fly." There is a reason that EVERY airplane in level flight has a slightly positive angle of attack -- a large amount of lift is due to downward deflection of the air hitting the underside of the wing. Aelerons on the wing can tune this effect, and change the balance between the left and right wing to varying extent, which allows the pilot to control and introduce rolling forces as desired. The curvature on the top of the wing just optimizes the airflow on the top side to prevent the flow from becoming turbulent and adding more "downward" pressure on the wing. A stall is when the topside airflow breaks off and becomes turbulent, causing a sudden reduction in lift, and the new "balance" of forces can cause loss of control, which tends to be catastrophic in a range of altitudes starting at "too high above the ground to drop safely" extending up to "too low above the ground to regain control of the aircraft before it crashes."

Blogger Newscaper312 July 12, 2020 7:36 PM  

Don't remember source of the original quote, but had a a professor who loved "A week in the laboratory can save an hour in the library", or something like that.

Blogger bramley says "Enoch was right" July 12, 2020 7:38 PM  

@8 "Soon, Americans will start to realise that it wasn't American scientists who created rockets and space shuttles, but Nazi scientists headed by Werner von Braun."

I thought the space program was run by black women? That's what the movies say...

Blogger Akulkis July 12, 2020 7:41 PM  

>> You can create whatever connotations you want for things – think how Einstein’s freakishness has distorted the popular perception of genius.

"Doc" Emmett Brown in the "Back to the Future" movies.

Blogger Akulkis July 12, 2020 7:43 PM  

>> It isn't possible to footnote every prior discovery in a physics paper. The credits would run a hundred pages, and be pointless. What you are supposed to do is credit recent papers that you rely upon to take the concept that next step.

Well, the work mentioned by those other researchers *WAS* recent at the time Einstein published his papers on relativity.

Blogger Akulkis July 12, 2020 7:45 PM  

>> even though Abraham wasn't a jew but a pre-Israelite Adamic descendant.

Not only was Abraham not a Jew, he wasn't even a Hebrew, as even the Hebrews were still many generations in the future.

Blogger Akulkis July 12, 2020 7:52 PM  

>> Einstein's version of general relativity is obviously wrong because they keep having to create fudge factors like dark matter to account for motions of galaxies, without any real evidence that this dark matter actually exists other than it makes the relativity equations work.

Worse for them, Thermodynamics prohibits any such "undetectable" matter with a temperature above absolute zero. Either it is absolutely reflective (in which case it would appear reflecting radiation from other sources), absolutely non-reflective (in which case it will heat up, and then radiate energy, just as any mass of gaseous hydrogen in space with a temp above absolute zero), or it is some proportion of the two. Basically, it's absolutely IMPOSSIBLE for dark matter to exist.

Blogger One Deplorable DT July 12, 2020 7:56 PM  

@19 - Relativity is bullshit because time is intangible. You cannot affect intangible phenomenon with physical stimulus.

Time is one of the seven fundamental physical quantities. It is tangible, and for beings still in this universe (i.e. anyone still breathing), it is rooted in the nature of the physical universe.

@28 - I always thought time was just a measuring device, with no physical component open to alteration.

Show me a non-physical measuring device. All the physical ones are open to alteration.

The entire "a minute on this planet is a gazillion years on earth" thing struck me as impossible, yet SCIENCE said it was true. Good to know others question it as well.

Good luck computing your coordinates from GPS signals without taking time dilation into account.

Note: this is not to defend Einstein per se. Without further research I'm not qualified to say whether he was a true genius, a synthesizer (which is also valuable), or an out right fraud. But the time dilation aspects of relativity are repeatedly observed. And thanks to GPS satellites if you have some programming skill and a GPS receiver chipset, you can observe it yourself.

Blogger Akulkis July 12, 2020 7:58 PM  

>> Can anyone recommend a book that tells the story of scientific achievement with everything attributed to the correct people and not the establishment frauds?

Try this guy: Vernard Foley.
Email foleyv (you know what sign) purdue.edu
Phone: (765) fower niner fower - fower wun tree too.
Fax: (765) fower niner six - wun seven fife fife.

https://cla.purdue.edu/directory/profiles/vernard-l.-foley.html

His courses are all about the history of science and technology. He has sorted through some of these things.

Blogger Akulkis July 12, 2020 8:23 PM  

>> behaviouring

behaviouring?

Please don't attempt to pollute my mind with such nonsense.

Are you one of those cretins who also uses "adult" and other nouns is verb?

(Example: "I'm not very good at adulting" <-- yeah, especially since you haven't figured out that the grammatically correct way to say that is "I'm not very good at BEING AN adult.")

Maybe you should contact the people at the ungrammatically named grammarly.com (*) and ask them for a job since you are so good at grammaring.

The adjective form of "grammar" is "grammatical", and the adverbial form is "grammatically"

Now, having said that:

>> Maybe feminism > jewry
>>that would be something given how highly feminism is held...

Look at ALL of the Feminists in the 1950-1980 era.

I used to think that it was something from Germany, as they all had German-sounding last names.

Only later did I realize that they were all Jewish last names.

Ultra-Orthodox Jewish household have the man staying at home all day studying the Torah...er Torahs -- both the Pentateuch AND the unholy Babylonian Talmud), and his wife working outside the home. Thus, even the Ultra-Orthodox, whom you would think would be completely outside of the culture war, as they separate themselves from society... often times turn out to be at the very heart of much of the culture warfare. The slum-lords recently sentenced to prison in a NYC criminal court a while back for REFUSING to repair their residential rental properties while the occupants were paying their rent (things so bad that even black residents were reporting the need for repairs). Both turned out to be Ultra-Orthodox Jews (as evident by their clothing and general appearance when they were arraigned).

Blogger My 1 millionth internet profile July 12, 2020 8:39 PM  

@78 - 'Once the rockets go up, who cares where they come down? That's not my department,' says Wernher von Braun.

Blogger eclecticme July 12, 2020 8:57 PM  

I never thought the Wright Bros invented the wing. I thought they were the first to fly in a heavier than air powered and steerable flying machine. IMOP they are a good example of Taleb's "stochastic tinkerers."

They used a wind tunnel to experiment with different wing shapes until they found the best. Did they invent the wind tunnel? They also experimented with propeller shapes. They developed their own engine that was had a suitable power to weight ratio. As I recall,, their fist patent was for using wing warping as a method of steering.

They did not invent the first flying machine on paper. They invented one that worked.

Also, the Germans admitted they borrowed a lot from Goddard. The Germans were surprised that the Americans did not revere Goddard as they did.

What supports Taleb's theory about the stochastic tinkers is that many weapons and the airplane were developed by individual inventors, not the Army.

I have often wondered why US weapons are not named or even associated with a single inventor or even a small group of inventors while Russian weapons give pride of place to the inventors. Anyone have an answer? The sidewinder is not named after the inventor, etc.

Blogger Ransom Smith July 12, 2020 9:14 PM  

von Braun and co. Spent a couple year carefully filing Dr. Robert Goddard's name off papers and patents, on the interests of National Socialism. They made liquid fuels rockets work at an intermediate scale.
Von Braun gave Goddard direct credit for his work.

Blogger Akulkis July 12, 2020 9:20 PM  

>> I don't remember who said it, but I recall reading that replacing scientific theories usually requires that the old scientists that propound them have to die off.

"Science advances one grave at a time."

This is what it will take for the concepts of the Electric Universe group to be accepted in cosmology (they already are in the field of electrical engineering).

Blogger cecilhenry July 12, 2020 9:36 PM  

AFter speaking with woke family members I'm informed that this report on Einstein couldn't possible be true, otherwise we would have heard about it long ago before this article.

Since they hadn't, it can't be true. Apparently there's some kind of statue of limitations on truth vs consensus.


So QED, apparently.

THIS is what we're up against people.

Blogger camcleat July 12, 2020 9:58 PM  

B wrote:

both Mileva and Albert recognized that the Theory of Relativity was Nobel-worthy, since it was made a part of their divorce agreement, finalized in 1919. When in 1922 Albert did in fact win the Nobel Prize,

...

in return Mileva would stay mum about her own contributions to the Theory of Relativity.

As far as I can tell, the Theory of Relativity was Albert’s sole contribution to science. So was he really such a genius??



Einstein did not win the Nobel for The Special Theory of Relativity. That's only what he was most famous for.

He won the Nobel for The Photoelectric Effect, which was one of the instrumental theories developing the idea of Duality of Light which in turn ushered in Quantum Mechanics.

The paper on the Photoelectric Effect was published in the same year as Special Relativity. Also published in that year was a paper on Brownian Motion.

Take Relativity out of the equation, and these other two are also *very* significant. This is assuming he in fact did the work and wrote the papers. None of this is to defend him as "not a fraud."

But his "contributions," if they were in fact *his*, were significant even if Special Relativity is completely ignored.

Let me put it this way: whoever did that work made significant contributions to physics, contributions that have had long lasting practical applications.

Blogger cecilhenry July 12, 2020 9:59 PM  

@100:


You realize Einstein was NOT awarded a Nobel prize for relativity---- quite specifically as stated by the Nobel committee--- because he had NOT done substantial enough work in relativity to warrant it.


Einstein's Nobel Prize was for the photoelectric effect.

Blogger OK July 12, 2020 10:00 PM  

There are plenty of examples of American scientists and engineers who did magnificent work such that we don't really need to rely on the fraudulent examples to tell the story of our nation. Men like Philo T. Farnsworth, Dennis Ritchie, Robert Noyce, Hiram Maxim, etc.

Special consideration goes to Josiah Willard Gibbs whose development of chemical thermodynamics was so far ahead of its time that there was hardly anyone in the world who could understand it when he first published it.

Blogger Newscaper312 July 12, 2020 10:01 PM  

There are plenty of places in ordinary min relativistic mechanics where the math works to properly describe a system regardless of which component you may choose to considered fixed it your reference. IOW Einstein neither invented not stole the fundamental concept of relative motion. In fact for certain types of problems the math is easier if you *don't* treat the real frame as fixed. The method of instantaneous centers for rolling wheels is one.

Blogger Newscaper312 July 12, 2020 10:04 PM  

Don't confuse things by citing actual engineering.

Blogger SciVo July 12, 2020 10:08 PM  

On second thought, it would be great if a non-autiste were to watch I.Q. and explain to me what it was about the ending that bothered me. And I assure you, everything up to that point is quite pleasant, because Meg Ryan.

Blogger Newscaper312 July 12, 2020 10:12 PM  

Also lost in the argument is that just because edge cases or fudge factors point to weaknesses in current theories doesn't mean they are crap. Physics is about creating verifiable mathematical models of the real world. They are not The Truth but rather hopefully improving approximations where the notion of being true us a functional one. Ideally ones that can then be actively applied, as Vox likes to point to engineering. Note that engineering is often about reliably being good enough, w imperfect understanding.

Blogger Michael Kingswood July 12, 2020 10:31 PM  

I remember taking Modern Physics back in college. When we came to relativity, I found it surprising that the equations governing, among other things, time dilation at high velocities, which I understood going into it was a key implication of the theory of relativity, were not in fact developed by Einstein but by others before him. It was never explicitly stated in the course, but I came away with the impression that yes, Einstein didn't actual come up with those formulae, but he was the one who compiled all of them into a single coherent theory. And I was fine with giving him credit for that, at least.

So the fact he didn't come up with it all wasn't exactly a secret, at least back then in my undergrad days. Hell, I remember distinctly reading historical accounts stating that he never had been considered, nor did he claim to be, a mathematical guru. Rather, he was portrayed as a guy who sat back and did thought experiments, then figured out or borrowed the math to describe it later.

That said, this was in 1995ish. No idea how it's taught now.

Blogger Michael Kingswood July 12, 2020 10:41 PM  

"Basically, it's absolutely IMPOSSIBLE for dark matter to exist."

Not at all. Dark Matter simply refers to material that we haven't been able to detect except by its gravitational effect. There are many reasons why we could have failed to do so. Some have suggested some very esoteric explanations, but it could end up being something forehead-slappingly obvious that we failed to consider before.

Or, as others have theorized, it could be that our understanding of gravity is, in fact, incomplete.

I find Wolfram's approach compelling (see this discussion: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LpK1d8mTEhI). But it could be incorrect.

Dark Matter is merely a place-holder to describe an effect we don't fully understand, which seems to contradict our current theories. It's not some conspiracy; just an attempt to account for the observed contradiction. At some point someone, Wolfram or otherwise, will figure it out, and then the commonly-held theories will be updated to reflect that new understanding. But that doesn't mean the process isn't sound.

Blogger Jandolin July 12, 2020 10:44 PM  

We wuz Rajahs!

Lol. Hindu nationalists have many similarities to black nationalists, although they would be offended by the comparison.

Blogger Canadian Warlord July 12, 2020 10:48 PM  

Tesla and Marconi were competing??? News to me.

Tesla wished him luck, as Marconi he was using seventeen of his patents.

Nikola Tesla used radio as a parlor trick in the 1905 worlds fair (Paris?) with the R/C unit in his pocket, so he could convince rich assholes that he was using the power of his mind to change the boats' directions. This was 30+ years before there were still human-piloted torpedoes in battle the in the Pacific.

An odd duck. He used to put whole rooms of dinner guests to sleep with his orations. Spent millions on these parties - yes, millions a hundred years ago.

There's so much we will never know. But the idea that everyone stole everything from him is not accurate. He gave most of it away.

The untold story of Tesla, is the dozens of hundreds of his assistants. What stories they must have had!

Blogger Noah B. July 12, 2020 11:25 PM  

If the media would lie this brazenly about the history of science, it makes you wonder what other historical events they may have distorted or outright fabricated. Unless you live in a place where it's illegal to wonder such things.

Blogger M Cephas July 13, 2020 12:23 AM  

@116. One Deplorable DT

"the “correction” that had to be built into the GPS is the “Sagnac correction.” Sagnac was the scientist who in 1913 showed the existence of ether and absolute motion, the total antithesis of Einstein’s Special and General Relativity which denied ether and absolute motion. Ironically, the only way General Relativity can “work” with the GPS is if the GPS computers are programmed with an anti-General Relativity correction — the Sagnac correction".

Light travels 50 nano seconds slower, West to East, so they have to pre-program GPS to take the Sagnac effect into account.

Blogger map July 13, 2020 12:46 AM  

JG wrote:Einstein's version of general relativity is obviously wrong because they keep having to create fudge factors like dark matter to account for motions of galaxies, without any real evidence that this dark matter actually exists other than it makes the relativity equations work.

Isn't what they are seeing as "dark matter" better explained by the rotation of a galaxy creating forces in the same way a gyroscope does?

Blogger map July 13, 2020 12:48 AM  

One Deplorable DT wrote:Good luck computing your coordinates from GPS signals without taking time dilation into account.

Isn't that relativistic time dilation just a parlor trick? Didn't someone get the same results with classical mechanical calculations. After all, this is all happening at vastly sub-light speeds.

Blogger map July 13, 2020 1:05 AM  

Akulkis wrote:Worse for them, Thermodynamics prohibits any such "undetectable" matter with a temperature above absolute zero. Either it is absolutely reflective (in which case it would appear reflecting radiation from other sources), absolutely non-reflective (in which case it will heat up, and then radiate energy, just as any mass of gaseous hydrogen in space with a temp above absolute zero), or it is some proportion of the two. Basically, it's absolutely IMPOSSIBLE for dark matter to exist.

Let's face it, the physics profession runs largely on the reputation of the atom bomb.

Blogger map July 13, 2020 1:17 AM  

eclecticme wrote:I have often wondered why US weapons are not named or even associated with a single inventor or even a small group of inventors while Russian weapons give pride of place to the inventors. Anyone have an answer? The sidewinder is not named after the inventor, etc.

It might be because national security takes over such patents?

Then again, you have the Stoner rifle (M16), the BAR (Browning automatic rifle), etc.

My suspicion that the Kalyshnikov invention was really soviet propaganda.

Blogger One Deplorable DT July 13, 2020 1:35 AM  

@115 - Worse for them, Thermodynamics prohibits any such "undetectable" matter with a temperature above absolute zero. Either it is absolutely reflective (in which case it would appear reflecting radiation from other sources), absolutely non-reflective (in which case it will heat up, and then radiate energy, just as any mass of gaseous hydrogen in space with a temp above absolute zero), or it is some proportion of the two. Basically, it's absolutely IMPOSSIBLE for dark matter to exist.

What scientific law precludes the existence of a form of matter which either has no interaction with EM radiation, or such a weak interaction that it would remain impossible to 'see' with our current instruments? I can't think of one off hand.

That's not to say I'm convinced dark matter is real. Maybe it is. Maybe it's not and relatively will be adjusted to fit some future discovery. But enough predictions from special and general relativity have been observed...and even made their way into engineering...that the theories are not going to simply be trashed.

Again, this is not a comment on Einstein either way. Whether he contributed valuable, original insights or plagiarised them is a separate question.

Blogger Jack Amok July 13, 2020 1:38 AM  

Don't remember source of the original quote, but had a a professor who loved "A week in the laboratory can save an hour in the library", or something like that.

But you don't know if the hour in the library gave you accurate information until you've spent a week in the laboratory. Anybody can write something down in a book, but Peer Review usually doesn't remember to consult with gravity.

Blogger furor kek tonicus ( if you don't want to Racist, you must confess: Islam is right about the Jews ) July 13, 2020 1:47 AM  

118. Akulkis July 12, 2020 8:23 PM
especially since you haven't figured out that the grammatically correct way to say that is "I'm not very MATURE."


T,FTFY

Blogger map July 13, 2020 2:03 AM  

Ariadne Umbrella wrote:I am puzzled about the Salem stuff, since I happen to have documents on families in that area. They seem to be married to everyone, all the families have dozens (literally) of kids, all of them marry people with wildly different last names, and yet not one of them marries anyone with any of the names he highlights.

What's great about the Mathis Salem article is how he focuses extensively on the background and relationships of the principals involved and their relationships. This is similar to how the Bible and Iliad are focused greatly on genealogies.

For example, the priest who headed the church in Salem did not have a Harvard seminary degree. Salem itself was not some hick town, with a population roughly 10% the size of Boston and located only 10 miles away. It would be unusual for this person to be a priest.

The priest's daughters were the ones who were accusing everyone of witchcraft, ostensibly because they learned it from their slave Tituba.

Long story short, Parris was a merchant who set up Salem for a bogus witch hunt to destroy the power of the Puritans.

All of this is derived from looking at the people involved and their associations instead of merely the events.

Blogger Shane Bradman July 13, 2020 2:57 AM  

When you can observe time directly, come back to me and I will write Mea Culpa, Mea Culpa, Mea Maxima Culpa 100 times to show my wrongness. Time is not tangible and while we like to pretend our arbitrary measurement of the second is time, that's not consistent with what time actually is.

Blogger Akulkis July 13, 2020 3:00 AM  

>> Anyone have an answer? The sidewinder is not named after the inventor, etc.

The American military likes to name similar types of equipment with similar names.

Just like a Unix electronic mail program developed in the 1980's is "elm", then there is "pine" (Pine Is Not Elm), and then Balsa, and other programs named after woods are almost always email programs...

US Army likes to name helicopters after American Indian tribes, for example. Tracked armored vehicles have been named after Generals since WW2.

Blogger Boaty Bear July 13, 2020 3:06 AM  

Next, we'll find out Einstein was more Epstein!

Blogger One Deplorable DT July 13, 2020 6:08 AM  

@136 - "the “correction” that had to be built into the GPS is the “Sagnac correction.”

That is ONE of the corrections which must be applied and which are relevant to this conversation.

Light travels 50 nano seconds slower, West to East, so they have to pre-program GPS to take the Sagnac effect into account.

No, the signal path length varies because of Earth's rotation. Failure to account for Sagnac could create errors into the hundreds of ns (depending on the path, i.e. the specific satellite and receiver). And the correction is a formula, not a simple constant.

@138 - Isn't that relativistic time dilation just a parlor trick? Didn't someone get the same results with classical mechanical calculations.

No, you cannot get a correct result without taking relativity into effect.

After all, this is all happening at vastly sub-light speeds.

Given the required tolerances the satellite speeds alone would be enough to throw the whole thing off. But the mass of the Earth, and it's effect on clocks at the surface vs. clocks in orbit, is by far the largest factor.

The moon's mass/gravity well would also be a factor except that its effect falls below the required precision.

Blogger One Deplorable DT July 13, 2020 6:33 AM  

@145 - When you can observe time directly, come back to me and I will write Mea Culpa, Mea Culpa, Mea Maxima Culpa 100 times to show my wrongness. Time is not tangible and while we like to pretend our arbitrary measurement of the second is time, that's not consistent with what time actually is.

Time is the rate of change in physical state. We measure it by comparing the state change we want to measure against a repetitive state change which is highly regular. And we do this through direct observation.

We observe that two continuing, repetitive, highly regular change sequences which agree with each other when sitting together start to disagree when one is accelerated relative to the other. (Whether the acceleration is due to velocity or gravity.) We directly observe this every time we test it. And our observations follow the predictions of relativity. Every time we test it.

I don't know how much more tangible you want to get than that.

Blogger Bernard Korzeniewicz July 13, 2020 7:22 AM  


The Math on that level is waaay above me, but a few years ago I heard 2h lecture of a profecional mathematician how Time does not exist. At all.
It is suppose to be very easy to reduce nuclear phisics and astrophisics to the same equations when you reduce Time.
Time flows in our universe only when the Outsice Observewer (!) chcecks His experiment.

Blogger CM July 13, 2020 8:06 AM  

Was using the Nazis because we didn't use what we had or was it to deprive the Germans of their expertise?

Blogger Leahn Novash July 13, 2020 8:12 AM  

Brazilian Santos Dummont achieved flight earlier.

Blogger Section 8A July 13, 2020 8:29 AM  

I was under the impression that the Wright brothers were not favored by the establishment, and had an uphill battle for recognition. It was this headwind, that, in my mind, reinforced their credibility.

Blogger Snidely Whiplash July 13, 2020 8:44 AM  

CM wrote:Was using the Nazis because we didn't use what we had or was it to deprive the Germans of their expertise?
Because the space program was jump started with captured V2 rockets, which had been designed, built and flown by the German engineers, including Herr Doktor von Braun.

Blogger Miguel July 13, 2020 8:50 AM  

I came here to say that this post is another holocaust.

Thank you.

Blogger Avalanche July 13, 2020 9:00 AM  

@46 "The other evidence for the big bang relies on red-shifted galaxies moving apart because of "dark energy" that no one appears to be able to detect."

https://skyandtelescope.org/astronomy-news/cosmologist-halton-arp-19272013/

During his tenure at the Hale Observatories in California, Halton C. Arp became convinced that the redshifts exhibited by distant galaxies weren't necessarily due to their rapid motion away from us.
...
Yet beginning in the mid-1960s, Arp became convinced that the spectral redshifts of all distant galaxies, indicating their rapid movement away from us and thus showing that the universe is expanding, were not what they seemed. He identified many tantalizing pairings, such as galaxies and quasars apparently intertwined in space, with seriously mismatched redshifts. To him, this meant that we just didn't understand redshifts. Others dismissed the couplings as optical illusions or chance alignments.

...The "redshift debate" heated up in 1966, when he published a compendium of 338 such cosmic oddities in his Atlas of Peculiar Galaxies. Six years later, on December 30, 1972, Arp squared off in an extraordinary live debate with Princeton cosmologist John Bachall, and their extended back-and-forth salvos became the basis of a book, The Redshift Controversy, published the next year.
...
He believed that observation trumped theory, a lesson many of his peers never learned. The {skyandtelescope article} author states that a controversial "ideology" has come to a quiet end. As long as there are scientists willing to look at data and think, Arp's theories will be alive.
If one is interested in his work, I suggest Seeing Red, Apeiron Press.
...

Very good, long comment there too, from which: "... Adam Reiss, one of the Nobel recipients, found a supernovae at far distance, i.e. a lot of 'red shift', that was too bright for the 'red shift'/speed correlation (it should have been dimmer if farther away, given larger 'red shift'), but this was one item. Then by 2003 he had found at least 10 too bright..."

Blogger Avalanche July 13, 2020 9:29 AM  

@102 "I always figured the popularity of Clovis First and the Beringa theory in general was that it downplayed the achievement of white European explorers."

You're mixing two opposites: Clovis are/were generally thought to be related to Solutreans, from *Brittany*, i.e. European, as the basis of the Clovis points -- which resemble Solutrean points, and are completely UN-related to Siberian/Beringean weapons. See: Across Atlantic Ice: The Origin of America's Clovis Culture by Bruce A. Bradley and Dennis Stanford for a 'boat'-load of info and refs.

Can't have EUROPEAN-derived first settlers!

See also: Kennewick Man and -- oh hey, look! -- here comes the Smithsonian treachery to protect "so-called Native" Americans claims and "rights." Huh. Who'dah thunk it?

Blogger Avalanche July 13, 2020 9:52 AM  

@141 "That's not to say I'm convinced dark matter is real."

I've always looked askance at "dark matter" after they came up with "dark energy." I'm waiting now for "dark time" because their equations still don't work right...

"Need more fudge over here!!"

Blogger B July 13, 2020 10:06 AM  

#124. camcleat wrote: "Einstein did not win the Nobel for The Special Theory of Relativity. That's only what he was most famous for.

He won the Nobel for The Photoelectric Effect...
________________________________________________________

Camcleat: we are both wrong and both right. According to the Nobel Committee's website, www.nobelprize.org, Albert Einstein won the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1921 (NOT 1922, as I wrote) "for his services to Theoretical Physics, and especially for his discovery of the law of the photoelectric effect." So, he was not awarded the prize solely for his discovery of the law of the photelectric effect.

It makes me wonder what role Mileva played, if any, in Albert's "discovery of the law of the photelectric effect."

Blogger Newscaper312 July 13, 2020 10:08 AM  

Going through the exercise of confirming accepted facts and models now and then us worthwhile, particularly as tools and instruments improve.
At the same time nothing would ever get done if the fundamentals had to be revalidated from the ground up every time.
The quote is not Respect mah Authoritah, but rather about not unintentionally wasting time reinventing the wheel out of ignorance or pride. If you're looking to intentionally poke holes in an existing theory or invent a bettertbetter mousetrap, have at it. Programmers have the same blind spot to contend with.

Blogger Newscaper312 July 13, 2020 10:12 AM  

Photoelectric effect directly related to the invention of lasers, which has had huge impact on modern technology.

Blogger Newscaper312 July 13, 2020 10:13 AM  

Look up Lehrers Vatican Rag.

Blogger B July 13, 2020 10:17 AM  

Note to @125 cecilhenry: According to the Nobel Committee's official website, www.nobelprize.org , Albert Einstein was awarded his Nobel in 1921 "for his services to Theoretical Physics, and especially for his discovery of the law of the photoelectric effect."

Blogger Newscaper312 July 13, 2020 11:33 AM  

Relativity isn't something that switches on above a certain speed. The extra terms are always there in the equations, its just that they are most significant at very high speeds while dropping toward zero the slower you're going. Below a certain point they can be effectively ignored for the sake of simplicity. But orbital distances and speed coupled with small time intervals makes them relevant.

Blogger Akulkis July 13, 2020 12:29 PM  

map wrote:One Deplorable DT wrote:Good luck computing your coordinates from GPS signals without taking time dilation into account.

Isn't that relativistic time dilation just a parlor trick? Didn't someone get the same results with classical mechanical calculations. After all, this is all happening at vastly sub-light speeds.


When the first GPS satellites were launched, they programmed them to run with both relativistic AND non-relativistic calculations.

The non-relativistic equations produced incorrect results. The relativistic equations produced correct results.

Artificial satellites are under continuous acceleration (towards gravitation wells, primarily the earth). Without such acceleration, they would travel in a straight line, and not orbit the earth.

Blogger Akulkis July 13, 2020 12:33 PM  

>> The Math on that level is waaay above me, but a few years ago I heard 2h lecture of a profecional mathematician how Time does not exist. At all.

One of the first things you learn in engineering school is that after you have done all your math correctly, check to see if your final results violates any of your initial premises or if it violates any of the required conditions for the use of whatever equations you used.

If you come up with "nonsense" results, it doesn't mean that your mathematical manipulations are wrong, but it DOES means that you solved the wrong mathematical problem.

I suspect that this is at the heart of his results.

Blogger Akulkis July 13, 2020 12:34 PM  

>> Was using the Nazis because we didn't use what we had or was it to deprive the Germans of their expertise?

We had not domestic expertise, because the entire American government regarded Goddard as a kook -- including the army and the navy.

Blogger Akulkis July 13, 2020 12:56 PM  

>> It makes me wonder what role Mileva played, if any, in Albert's "discovery of the law of the photelectric effect."

Probably minimal. Basically, you don't need anybody smart to do that kind of work. All it takes is to use a relatively poor conductor (like say, lead, or even carbon, as opposed to silver) with no light shining on it, and measure it's resistance, or the current flowing through it when it is in a circuit powered by a battery. Then repeat do the same thing with little to no light shining on it.



Do this for several materials, and with varying amounts of light.

Do the calculations using the classical equations for electro-magnetic phenomena and the classical (newtonian mechanics) view of the atom.

Modern quantum dynamics physics changes little to nothing that is not changed with the replacement of the Newtonian Mechanical atom with the Quantum Mechanical atom.

Blogger Akulkis July 13, 2020 1:03 PM  

>> Going through the exercise of confirming accepted facts and models now and then us worthwhile, particularly as tools and instruments improve.
>> At the same time nothing would ever get done if the fundamentals had to be revalidated from the ground up every time.

If you don't do a "confirmation" test at the beginning of every experiment, then you don't even know if your instruments are properly calibrated.

If you're using a scale, then first weight known masses. If you don't do this, you have pure, unadulterated Garbage In/Garbage Out (because no scale is perfect, so you had better have a good idea about how imperfect it is, and in which of several possible varieties).

This is why Psychology is in such a mess -- because when a researcher wants to investigate phenomenon B as compared to previously published results A, he doesn't repeat experiment A on *HIS* test group. Therefore, if A was, say, 20% as conducted in experiment done by Researcher RA, and B is 15% in experiment done by researcher RB, that does NOT mean that B is 5% difference. It means that SampleSetA exhibited A 5% more than SampleSetB exhibited B. The only way to get meaningful results is to do both experiment A *AND* experiment B on SampleSetB.

Blogger M Cephas July 13, 2020 2:32 PM  

148. One Deplorable DT

No, the signal path length varies because of Earth's rotation. Failure to account for Sagnac could create errors into the hundreds of ns

Are you now arguing against Einstein's Relativity?

It isn't just GPS. Michelson-Morley combined with Michelson-Gale falsified Einstein. As they claimed no result for MM, but 100% result for MG. MG measured rotation. No revolution in MM is why Einstein invented Special Relativity where he made up time dilation, length contraction, etc. to explain away why the experiment showed a null result.

MG which tested for rotation however did not show a null result, but 100% the result they needed for a rotation. Of course that doesn't make sense if you believe the Earth is flying through space since you need both a revolution and a rotation.

However the result makes sense if the Earth is the center of mass for the universe and the universe rotates around a fixed earth.

Blogger N.Schuster July 13, 2020 2:42 PM  

Plank in his biography mentions Einstein and gives him credit for pointing out how the quantum of energy makes understanding a lot of things in physics easier.

Blogger sammibandit July 13, 2020 2:46 PM  

Big Hans and Little Hans was prophetic.

Blogger K. July 13, 2020 2:57 PM  

"absolutely unjustified lionization of literary mediocrities such as Philip Roth"

Preach.

I started reading Sabbath's Theater some years back. Never again with Roth.

Blogger Stocky Anglo July 13, 2020 3:00 PM  

Owen was the first one to turn me onto this particular small hat historical marketing job. I think his joke on E=MC^2 might be one of my favorites, his rhetoric on this one was a spell breaker.

Blogger map July 13, 2020 3:07 PM  

Akulkis wrote:The non-relativistic equations produced incorrect results. The relativistic equations produced correct results.

Artificial satellites are under continuous acceleration (towards gravitation wells, primarily the earth). Without such acceleration, they would travel in a straight line, and not orbit the earth.


Well, this looks like another myth to be exploded. The time dilation between clocks on the surface of the earth and clocks in orbit isn't due to gravitational effects on time. It is due to atmospheric density. The thinner atmosphere and thus the faster motion of the object through it is why clocks run differently in orbit than on the ground.

It also turns out that the GPS system doesn't even use Einsteins field equations.

In fact, this paper by the U.S. Naval Observatory tells us that, while incorporating Einstein’s equations into the system may slightly improve accuracy, the system itself doesn’t rely on them at all. To quote the opening line of the paper, “The Operational Control System (OCS) of the Global Positioning System (GPS) does not include the rigorous transformations between coordinate systems that Einstein’s general theory of relativity would seem to require.”

At high altitude, where the GPS clocks orbit the Earth, it is known that the clocks run roughly 46,000 nanoseconds (one-billionth of a second) a day faster than at ground level, because the gravitational field is thinner 20,000 kilometers above the Earth. The orbiting clocks also pass through that field at a rate of three kilometers per second — their orbital speed. For that reason, they tick 7,000 nanoseconds a day slower than stationary clocks.

To offset these two effects, the GPS engineers reset the clock rates, slowing them down before launch by 39,000 nanoseconds a day. They then proceed to tick in orbit at the same rate as ground clocks, and the system “works.” Ground observers can indeed pin-point their position to a high degree of precision. In (Einstein) theory, however, it was expected that because the orbiting clocks all move rapidly and with varying speeds relative to any ground observer (who may be anywhere on the Earth’s surface), and since in Einstein’s theory the relevant speed is always speed relative to the observer, it was expected that continuously varying relativistic corrections would have to be made to clock rates. This in turn would have introduced an unworkable complexity into the GPS. But these corrections were not made. Yet “the system manages to work, even though they use no relativistic corrections after launch,” Van Flandern said. “They have basically blown off Einstein”.

https://medium.com/@GatotSoedarto/top-4-reasons-why-gps-doesnt-need-einstein-s-relativity-895cabc6e619

Remember, ground-level devices do not send signals to the GPS satellite. They are just passive receivers. So, as long as the system clocks of the satellites are synchronized with each other and the difference between earth clocks is not too large, the GPS system works without relativity.

In fact, why is there such a focus on GPS to begin with? Wouldn't the same problem apply with the International Space Station? They have two way communication with the ground. Do they need complex relativity equations? I've never heard of this communication somehow reliant on Einstein.

Blogger Akulkis July 13, 2020 3:36 PM  

>> . No revolution in MM is why Einstein invented Special Relativity where he made up time dilation, length contraction, etc. to explain away why the experiment showed a null result.

Michelson-Morley wasn't an attempt to measure rotation. The device, consisting of a light source, a series of fine-tune adjustable mirrors to make the beam follow a desired path, and a many-faceted spinning mirror, to determine a motor-speed <==> speed of light relationship,
was to try to determine if there is any sort of "ether" as a transmission medium for light. While the rotation of the earth is explicitly part of the experiment, M-M were not trying to measure rotation, they were trying to measure changes in the speed of light due to the different parts of the earth moving at different speeds with respect to some fixed "ether" material. Specifically, if there is an ether, there should be a maximum differential of speed variation between measurements taken at local noon, and local midnight.

The experiment failed to find any such speed difference. Thus the conclusion is that there is no "ether," *NOT* that there is no rotation.

Blogger Akulkis July 13, 2020 3:40 PM  

Uh, map, I hope you realize that the clocks in the experiment you cited were *NOT* mechanical clocks, they were electronic clocks, and therefore, atmospheric density makes absolutely zero difference.

Blogger Akulkis July 13, 2020 3:43 PM  

>> In fact, why is there such a focus on GPS to begin with?

Because 1-meter accuracy requires a master clock, and subsequent time-stamps to be accurate to 0.000000000001 second (10 ^ -13 s).

Blogger Newscaper312 July 13, 2020 4:58 PM  

Read again. Taken at face value as to accuracy, the story is saying they DID use relativity to precompute a timing offset that would give results, rather than dynamically doing the calculations in real time, which would yield a bit more accuracy but at greater client side complexity and possible performance impact (timeliness of results).
The story actually *confirms* they took relativity into account in the design if the system.

Blogger One Deplorable DT July 13, 2020 6:02 PM  

@170 - Are you now arguing against Einstein's Relativity?

The Sagnac effect exists in a rotating frame because of shifting signal path lengths vs. the invariance of c. Sagnac was predicted by special relativity. Laser gyroscopes rely on the effect, yet another confirmation of special relativity which is not just science but engineering.

Where else do you find shifting signal path lengths due to rotation? Earth relative to GPS orbits.

MG which tested for rotation however did not show a null result, but 100% the result they needed for a rotation. Of course that doesn't make sense if you believe the Earth is flying through space since you need both a revolution and a rotation.

I'll take "What is an inertial frame of reference" for $500 Alex.

Blogger One Deplorable DT July 13, 2020 6:20 PM  

@175 - Well, this looks like another myth to be exploded. The time dilation between clocks on the surface of the earth and clocks in orbit isn't due to gravitational effects on time. It is due to atmospheric density. The thinner atmosphere and thus the faster motion of the object through it is why clocks run differently in orbit than on the ground.

As has already been pointed out, atomic clocks are not affected by atmospheric density.

It also turns out that the GPS system doesn't even use Einsteins field equations.

Medium...why is the most inane, midwit content ALWAYS on Medium?

The paper URL used in the Medium article is dead, but you can still find the paper at multiple locations including archive.org. If you had bothered to look for the paper and at least skimmed it you would have found...

* The paper is not denying relativistic effects on GPS, it explicitly confirms them.

* The paper is not in conflict with other sources as to the size of relativistic errors, absent any corrections, as the opening paragraph would seem to imply. It explicitly agrees with them later on. But it's written from the viewpoint of corrections needed at one piece of the puzzle, the GPS receiver, after other corrections have already been applied. The opening paragraph must be read with this context in mind.

* The statement that 'Einstein's rigorous transformations are not used' is true NOT because relativity doesn't apply. Rather it is true because given the relativistic corrections at different points in the system simpler approximations suffice at the receiver. The paper was written because "...a new class of users, who employ satellites that obtain time and position in space from GPS, cannot be satisfied with the approximations in the current OCS."

In short: a midwit read the opening paragraph and assumed the paper proved Einstein wrong, or at least proved the GPS system does not need the theory of relativity. In fact the paper explicitly, repeatedly affirms relativity and its application to GPS.

Remember, ground-level devices do not send signals to the GPS satellite. They are just passive receivers. So, as long as the system clocks of the satellites are synchronized with each other and the difference between earth clocks is not too large, the GPS system works without relativity.

You basically just said "so long as relativity is accounted for somewhere else in the system, you don't have to account for it at the receiver." Except even that is not true. The big corrections may be dealt with else where, but...

[3] - While the primary general relativistic correction is taken care of on-board by the design clock frequency before launch and does not need to be computed by an individual receiver, the special relativistic corrections that require knowledge of the orbital parameters of the specific GPS satellites whose signals are being measured are not. As described in the GPS Interface Control Document ICD-GPS-200C (10 Oct 1993), applying these corrections is the responsibility of the user's equipment (Section 20.3.3.3.3.1, "User Algorithm for SV Clock Correction"). The calculations are relatively straightforward and require very little beyond basic arithmetic, and make use of information transmitted in the data packets that come down from each spacecraft. - http://www.astronomy.ohio-state.edu/~pogge/Ast162/Unit5/gps.html

In fact, why is there such a focus on GPS to begin with?

Already answered by @178 Akulkis.

Blogger M Cephas July 13, 2020 9:03 PM  

@180. One Deplorable DT

Robert Sungenis explains it better than I could: http://galileowaswrong.com/a-critique-of-neil-degrasse-tysons-explanation-of-relativity/

Most people don't even know of Michelson-Gale, or simply ignore it. I doubt you even looked into it until I just mentioned it, but that article goes through it, as well as the GPS. Though it's a lot more detailed an explanation in his book(s).

Blogger Akulkis July 13, 2020 10:46 PM  

>> Medium...why is the most inane, midwit content ALWAYS on Medium?


Medium <==> mid-range.

Blogger map July 14, 2020 2:58 PM  

Akulkis wrote:Uh, map, I hope you realize that the clocks in the experiment you cited were *NOT* mechanical clocks, they were electronic clocks, and therefore, atmospheric density makes absolutely zero difference.

No, the article says that the air density affects both digital and mechanical clocks. Even an atomic clock is affected by this.

Blogger map July 14, 2020 3:04 PM  

Newscaper312 wrote:Read again. Taken at face value as to accuracy, the story is saying they DID use relativity to precompute a timing offset that would give results, rather than dynamically doing the calculations in real time, which would yield a bit more accuracy but at greater client side complexity and possible performance impact (timeliness of results).

The story actually *confirms* they took relativity into account in the design if the system.


From the article, there is a link to the paper and from there, supposedly, the paper reads:

To quote the opening line of the paper, “The Operational Control System (OCS) of the Global Positioning System (GPS) does not include the rigorous transformations between coordinate systems that Einstein’s general theory of relativity would seem to require.”

Blogger map July 14, 2020 3:05 PM  

One Deplorable DT wrote:As has already been pointed out, atomic clocks are not affected by atmospheric density.

No, from the article:

Clocks at higher altitude tick faster than clocks on Earth’s surface. It is not caused by gravity, but caused by air density of atmosphere. Closer to the Earth surface, the air is denser compared to the density of the air layer above it. The density is getting looser or weaker when it is getting higher. The effect is the same for ordinary clocks or atomic clocks. Moreover, atomic clocks are sensitive to the temperature changes and pressure in their orbit.

Blogger map July 14, 2020 3:38 PM  

One Deplorable DT wrote:As has already been pointed out, atomic clocks are not affected by atmospheric density.

You're not getting it. That general relativity predicts that clocks will tick faster the further you are away from a massive object, and that this is confirmed by observation, does not mean that gravitational time dilation is the cause. You can also have a non-General Relativity reason: air density. The layer of air is thinner as you move higher, thus an object moves faster relative to the same point in the ground. This results in clocks being 39,000 nanoseconds faster in orbit than on earth. To adjust, they just set the clocks back 39,000 nanoseconds before launch. Then, when in orbit, the clocks synchronize.

Remember, we are commenting in an article about Einstein being a fraud and a plagiarist, a huge mythology built around a man. This GPS thing is supposed to make us think that, if we deny Einstein, all of our satellites will somehow fall out of the sky. We do now, however, know that we do not need Einstein for GPS.

What's the problem?

One Deplorable DT wrote:* The paper is not denying relativistic effects on GPS, it explicitly confirms them.

Yes, there is a "relativistic" effect happening, but it does not need GR to explain it, to measure it, or use its equations to solve for it. It works easier to simply assume the earth as the inertial frame and calculate from there.

One Deplorable DT wrote:In short: a midwit read the opening paragraph and assumed the paper proved Einstein wrong, or at least proved the GPS system does not need the theory of relativity. In fact the paper explicitly, repeatedly affirms relativity and its application to GPS.

No, the paper does not do that. Arguing that Einstein was wrong about GR is addressed elsewhere. This paper is arguing that GPS is not proof of Einstein's GR, that we know why the clock effect happens without GR and we can account for it, without GR.

One Deplorable DT wrote:the special relativistic corrections that require knowledge of the orbital parameters of the specific GPS satellites whose signals are being measured are not. As described in the GPS Interface Control Document ICD-GPS-200C (10 Oct 1993), applying these corrections is the responsibility of the user's equipment (Section 20.3.3.3.3.1, "User Algorithm for SV Clock Correction").

This is just a fancy way of saying "the user is responsible for linking their receiver to the satellite." Yes, some assembly is required. But you do not need GR to do this. You just need the same technique as the initial launch only specific to the satellite you are using.

One Deplorable DT wrote:The calculations are relatively straightforward and require very little beyond basic arithmetic, and make use of information transmitted in the data packets that come down from each spacecraft.

Yes, they are straightforward. No hideously complex and convoluted equations that would be required by Einstein, because everything is moving simultaneously.

Blogger map July 14, 2020 3:42 PM  

Akulkis wrote:>> In fact, why is there such a focus on GPS to begin with?

Because 1-meter accuracy requires a master clock, and subsequent time-stamps to be accurate to 0.000000000001 second (10 ^ -13 s).


I don't understand. The space station that is also orbiting the planet and is engaging in two-communication with the Earth, faces the exact same GR problem as a GPS satellite communicating with ground stations. Yet, we never hear anything about this two-way communication.

Blogger map July 14, 2020 3:53 PM  

Akulkis wrote:>> In fact, why is there such a focus on GPS to begin with?

Because 1-meter accuracy requires a master clock, and subsequent time-stamps to be accurate to 0.000000000001 second (10 ^ -13 s).


I hope nobody is using "relativity" here to mean how everything is relative? This isn;t reasoning by connotation.

The point is that what is being observed can be explained, calculated and accounted for without the use of "gravitational time dilation." Thinner air density accounts for the clock/GPS discrepancy just as well.

Now, it's possible that something like "gravitational time dilation" does not even exist, because time does not exist. It's a largely human invention designed to help synchronize our actions with each other, but this paper is not addressing this issue.

Blogger map July 14, 2020 4:07 PM  

https://www.mic.com/articles/19755/the-speed-of-gravity-why-einstein-was-wrong-and-newton-was-right#.LFzVSJRzO

Here is a different link, citing Tom Van Flandern:

"Finally, the Global Positioning System (GPS) showed the remarkable fact that all atomic clocks on board orbiting satellites moving at high speeds in different directions could be simultaneously and continuously synchronized with each other and with all ground clocks. No “relativity of simultaneity” corrections, as required by SR, were needed. This too seemed initially to falsify SR. But on further inspection, continually changing synchronization corrections for each clock exist such that the predictions of SR are fulfilled for any local co-moving frame. To avoid the embarrassment of that complexity, GPS analysis is now done exclusively in the Earth-centered inertial frame (the local gravity field). And the pre-launch adjustment of clock rates to compensate for relativistic effects then hides the fact that all orbiting satellite clocks would be seen to tick slower than ground clocks if not rate-compensated for their orbital motion, and that no reciprocity would exist when satellites view ground clocks."

So SR is a hideously complex method of accounting for GPS that can be simplified by what looks like a classical mechanical system: just assume a local gravity field, make a slight adjustment, and GPS works without having to solve anything in Special Relativity.

Blogger One Deplorable DT July 14, 2020 6:41 PM  

@187 - You're not getting it. That general relativity predicts that clocks will tick faster the further you are away from a massive object, and that this is confirmed by observation, does not mean that gravitational time dilation is the cause. You can also have a non-General Relativity reason: air density. The layer of air is thinner as you move higher, thus an object moves faster relative to the same point in the ground.

You are too short for this ride if you think the engineers involved could have just overlooked an atmospheric orbital speed variation, and that this would not have been noticed as orbital drift...which would impact accuracy...during the entire time the GPS constellation has been in orbit.

This results in clocks being 39,000 nanoseconds faster in orbit than on earth. To adjust, they just set the clocks back 39,000 nanoseconds before launch.

The offset is 38 microseconds per day which takes into account the time increase from lower gravity (45 μs) and the time decrease from orbital speed (7 μs).

Remember, we are commenting in an article about Einstein being a fraud and a plagiarist, a huge mythology built around a man.

Remember that the question of how much original work Einstein contributed to relativity is distinct from the question of whether or not relativity has been experimentally established. Tearing down the man, even if he deserves it, does not touch the theory.

This GPS thing is supposed to make us think that, if we deny Einstein, all of our satellites will somehow fall out of the sky.

Nice straw man.

Yes, there is a "relativistic" effect happening, but it does not need GR to explain it, to measure it, or use its equations to solve for it. It works easier to simply assume the earth as the inertial frame and calculate from there.

If you actually read the paper in question, or any of the readily available documentation on GPS, you would realize how wrong that statement is. Or maybe not...maybe this is all just above your pay grade.

No, the paper does not do that.

It most certainly does. Actually download it and read something other than the opening paragraph.

This paper is arguing that GPS is not proof of Einstein's GR,

"GPS And Relativity: An Engineering Overview" does no such thing. Do not comment on it again until you have read it. As I've pointed out the link at Medium web page is dead, but you can use that link to download it from archive.org.

This is just a fancy way of saying "the user is responsible for linking their receiver to the satellite."

You can "link to", i.e. receive signals from the satellite all you want. But if you do not apply the required, documented correction derived from SR your coordinates will be wrong. The GR corrections have already been approximated for you, which is fine for Earth purposes, but as the paper explicitly points out are not sufficient for orbital purposes. Again, the paper explicitly affirms the application of GR to GPS as it was written to examine the use cases where explicit GR calculations...not approximations...must be used.

Blogger One Deplorable DT July 14, 2020 6:47 PM  

@188 - I don't understand. The space station that is also orbiting the planet and is engaging in two-communication with the Earth, faces the exact same GR problem as a GPS satellite communicating with ground stations. Yet, we never hear anything about this two-way communication.

Because simple voice communications do not have tolerances that are tight enough to be affected.

189 - Now, it's possible that something like "gravitational time dilation" does not even exist, because time does not exist.

Not only does time exist, the asymmetry of time is recognized and its cause an openly debated question in physics. We are likely to discover that the asymmetric timeline of this universe is an emergent property of some other, more fundamental force or configuration of nature.

@190 - Here is a different link, citing Tom Van Flandern:

He is wrong on multiple points, including GPS. And no, I'm not going to take the time to show you when you won't even bother to read "GPS And Relativity: An Engineering Overview", much less any of the other readily available engineering papers on the topic.

And again, we are talking about engineering papers. There are some open questions with GR. But the aspects we're discussing have passed from theory to observation to applied engineering.

Blogger One Deplorable DT July 14, 2020 6:49 PM  

@182 - Most people don't even know of Michelson-Gale, or simply ignore it. I doubt you even looked into it until I just mentioned it...

It's been a few years since I thought about those specific experiments, but I have.

On the flip side some of your comments pretty clearly indicate you never seriously looked into GPS engineering until now.

Blogger Brutus July 15, 2020 12:41 AM  

Neither do you. The poster you are wrangling around with is correct. This issue has been hashed out for 20 years in some circles and forums. Occasionally some of the engineers of which you speak have appeared and confirmed just what your nemesis here has stated on this thread. For example, on Tom Bridgeman's forum. He is another pretentious braying ass, like you are here. True to form, Bridgman, after a courteous rebuttal by the engineer who thought he was merely correcting an honest misunderstanding, Bridgeman immediately started a pejorative laden rant against the engineer. None of you guys will accept that you are wrong. Never.

Moreover, another GPS engineer, Ronald Hatch, authored a book entitled "Escape from Einstein," which, in case the title is not obvious enough, is critical of Einstein's work.

Blogger mahamis July 15, 2020 12:48 AM  

So, if he is not a genius, how come he was able to connect the inter relationship status of the formulas that comprised the Theory of Relativity? Even if, as the author presumed, it was plagiarized, he still has to have that connection in order to understand the Theory of Relativity.

Blogger Akulkis July 15, 2020 10:05 AM  

>>
I don't understand.

And that's the root of your drivel on this subject.

You don't understand that the rate of an atomic clock has nothing to do with air pressure, as air has NOTHING to do with the oscillations between two electronic states of cesium (?) atoms.

Blogger Akulkis July 15, 2020 10:14 AM  

>> So, if he is not a genius, how come he was able to connect the inter relationship status of the formulas that comprised the Theory of Relativity

He didn't.

He published another man's letters as his own work before the other man's paper was published in (already sent for review) to a physics journal.

Blogger map July 15, 2020 5:33 PM  

Akulkis wrote:You don't understand that the rate of an atomic clock has nothing to do with air pressure, as air has NOTHING to do with the oscillations between two electronic states of cesium (?) atoms.

The air density affects how the object moves through the atmosphere. It's slightly faster because of less air resistance.

Blogger map July 15, 2020 5:38 PM  

Brutus wrote:Moreover, another GPS engineer, Ronald Hatch, authored a book entitled "Escape from Einstein," which, in case the title is not obvious enough, is critical of Einstein's work.

I read a brief Amazon review on this book. The review reads:

"The author is one of the world's foremost experts on the Global Positioning System and a former president of the Institute of Navigation. His book discusses GPS satellite data that contradicts Einstein's relativity theories and proposes his own Modified Lorentz Ether Gauge Theory (MLET) as a replacement for Einstein's relativity. It agrees at first order with relativity but corrects for certain astronomical anomalies not explained by relativity theory."

If you go to this link:

https://www.mic.com/articles/19755/the-speed-of-gravity-why-einstein-was-wrong-and-newton-was-right#.LFzVSJRzO

I think this modified Lorentz theory is covered here and is postulates that the speed of gravity is infinite.

Blogger One Deplorable DT July 15, 2020 7:42 PM  

@198 - The air density affects how the object moves through the atmosphere. It's slightly faster because of less air resistance.

It's impossible to tell what you are trying to argue. At first I, like Akulkis, thought you were arguing that atomic clocks are affected by atmospheric density. Then something else you said made me believe that you think flight engineers don't understand atmospheric density and drag, i.e. the satellites are moving faster then they anticipated.

I wish you would clarify which position you are taking, but either one is absurd.

@199 - I think this modified Lorentz theory is covered here and is postulates that the speed of gravity is infinite.

We now have several points of observation showing that it is c.

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