Albert Einstein

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Albert Einstein
« on: April 01, 2010, 01:01:03 AM »
I chiefly want to distinguish between worthwhile and useless research into Albert Einstein.  

Frankly, while his pseudo-science is well worthy of refutation for the garbage that it is, the man's political beliefs are another matter entirely.  I will provide a list of works relevant to his unfortunate impact on sceince, but this should not be confused with his politics.  

Martin Gwynne, in an otherwise perceptive and knowledgeable essay on Einstein, criticizes the fact that Einstein was offered the presidency of the state of Israel when Chaim Weizmann died in 1952.  The fact is Einstein rejected it because he was disgusted at how the Israeli state turned out, and to his credit he wanted no part of it.  Also to his credit, he was a left leaning pacifist (anti-war).  I definitely view this as a good thing.  He was persecuted by the Nazis, and after immigrating to the United States he continued to be persecuted by Meyer Lansky's friend and FBI chief John Edgar Hoover for the rest of his life.  It seems to me that anyone wanting to debunk Einstein would probably be wasting their time looking into things like his alleged "Stalinism" or communist activities.

That caveat being said, here is a partial list of links on Einstein (as usual with no small thanks to levee (Sandokhan):

Adelaide Institute / Einstein Articles
Albert Einstein, The Incorrigible Plagiarist
By Christopher Jon Bjerknes
Albert Einstein:  Prophet or Plagiarist
By Richard Moody
The Case Against Einstein
By Sir Arthur Lynch
(Definitive Debunking of Relativity By British Author, 1932)
The Case Against the Nuclear Atom
By Dewey Larson
Challenging Modern Physics
By Alphonsus Kelly,Reliability+of+Relativistic+Effect+Tests+on+Airborne+Clocks&source=web&ots=Xv_Sklom7g&sig=RiSma4JRgDvQeFj5TQhEtq2wp_4&hl=en&sa=X&oi=book_result&resnum=2&ct=result#PPP1,M1

Pierre Duhem
Einstein and Modern Physics
By Nathan Martin Gwynne
Einstein:  Another Joooish King of Deception
Einstein's Theory of Relativity:  Scientific Theory or Illusion?
By Milan Pavlovic
Einstein's Misconceptions of Space and Time
By Thomas Smid
General Science Journal
Did Einstein Cheat? By Thierry De Mees
Herbert Dingle Was Correct By Harry Ricker
Photon: Fact or Fiction? By Bert Schreiber
Gravitation Versus Relativity
By Charles Poor,M1
The Missing Doppler Effect
By Bert Schreiber
Physics and Philosophy (Copenhagen School of Theoretical Physics)
By Werner Heisenberg
Professor Albert Einstein Unmasked
By Niall Kilkenny
Reasons Why Einstein Was Correct
By Kevin Harkness
Reflections on Relativity
Relativity Fraud:  The Complicity of Historians and Philosophers
Compiled By Sepp Hasslberger
Relativity Unravelled
By Hans Zweig
Space, Time, and Relativity
By David Pratt
There Is No Time
By John Peck
Was Einstein Wrong About Special Relativity?
By Darrell Williams
What Is Wrong With Relativity?
By G. Burniston Brown
Where Dr. Einstein Went Wrong
By Brother Jonathan
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Re: Albert Einstein
« Reply #1 on: April 01, 2010, 07:51:16 AM »
The article by Werner Heisenberg is particularly fascinating to me. Thanks 17!
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Re: Albert Einstein
« Reply #2 on: April 04, 2010, 03:38:53 AM »
Quote from: Ichimaru Gin
The article by Werner Heisenberg is particularly fascinating to me.
Although I had independently come up with some of these like Nathan Gwynne's essays (originally by contacting the author about ten years ago after reading about him in Marshall Hall's geocentric book), Sandokhan's list was much longer.  He cut out a lot of work for me. 

In spite of the fact that Heisenberg (1901-1976) was a follower of Einstein (who was himself a disciple of Lorentz)(Heisenberg also adhered to the relativity garbage), the Heisenberg link was subsequently added by myself because Heisenberg's honesty exposes the fact that, among other things, the modern theory of atomic structure (based on Lord Rutherford who was a critic of Einstein) is nothing more than a theoretical model for having a practical working understanding of elements and their interaction.  The concepts of protons, neutrons, et cetera do not exist as many so-called scientists assert.  A major twentieth century scientist admitting this is significant as far as I am concerned.  Dewey Larson's analysis of the falsity of the modern atom is more blatant expose.  The reknown and erudite nineteenth century French physicist Pierre Duhem was the last significant establishment scientist (to my knowledge) who practised classical physics and to hold the ancient and medieval view that atoms do not exist at all.

Interestingly, politics and (pseudo)science meet again in the career of Heisenberg.  The most reknown theoretical physicist in Germany and europe, Max Planck was an early convert to Einstein's relativity theories as was Johannes Stark who later proved to be the greatest enemy of Einstein's life.  Initially following Einstein's line of thinking to some extent and winning the Nobel prize in 1919, Stark however became increasingly critical of  Einstein, Planck, and Heisenberg eventually calling Heisenberg a "white" jew for defending relativity, and Stark's career declined during the 1920's. 

I was truly interested in Stark's anti-Einstein polemics, but have not so far found them (at least what little is in english) to be as useful as Heisenberg's article above.  Stark chose to follow Hitler all the way and was a major factor in Einstein's decision to leave Germany.  Planck had been the head of the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute of Science, but was forced into retirement by Stark and the Nazis who took it over in 1937-1938.  Having lost all of his life's papers to an allied aerial bombing raid on Berlin and the last member of his close family, Planck's eldest son was killed by the Gestapo near the end of the war.  Planck died broken in 1947 - the year Stark entered prison.  The renaming of the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute as the Max Planck Institute and the appointment of Werner Heisenberg as its head in 1946 are what prevented its dismemberment which is what should have happened.  Incidentally, Stark (1874-1957) who was five years older than Einstein (1879-1955) also survived him by two years.

The ascendance of Werner Heisenberg after the end of the war should not be seen as the victory of good over evil as much as an excuse for the prolongation of the horrendously discredited theoretical physics and the suppression of classical physics.  In spite of all the political differences and personal vendetta with Einstein, the science of John Stark's was never a return to classical physics and was not therefore significantly different from Einstein's doctrines.  Stark's early and middle years were in accordance with Einstein's views, and his later years were spent pursuing politics and revenge more so than science.


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Re: Albert Einstein
« Reply #3 on: April 20, 2010, 11:26:51 PM »
After referencing a copy of 'Einstein:  His Life and Universe' by Walter Isaacson which is an adequately objective biography, I must criticize Einstein's support of Chaim Weizmann and the zionist movement in his early and middle age years. 

Einstein:  His Life and Universe
By Walter Isaacson

Einstein's lowest ethical point (aside from the adulteries pointed out in Isaacson's biography) was perhaps his declamations against traditional and ordinary assimilationist jews (who were in fact the great majority prior at least prior to World War Two and perhaps afterwards) who were (and are) content in the various countries in which they reside considering themselves as citizens of those various nationalities.  These were unjustified attacks on the traditional lives of the jews of the diaspora made out of reaction to Nazi anti-jewish racism and at the instigation of zionist fanatics.  In fact, this uprooting of jews was exactly what the Nazis wanted - for them to leave europe.  At least in his latter years, Einstein came to recognize the evils inherent in zionism and condemned it controling elements such as the fascist (pro-Nazi) terrorist Irgun organization of Menachem Begin which famously killed many people and which Einstein publicly attacked.  So in his latter years he finally became wise (at least politically).  Although, he was obviously used by men like Chaim Weizmann, Einstein's later opposition to zionism shows that his early pro-zionist statements were ignorant of the nature of zionism (as opposed to something sinister made by someone who knew it was wrong and promoted it anyway).

Although omitting Einstein's early pro-zionist statements, this article gives excellent quotes of the anti-zionist statments from Einstein's later years:

"I should much rather see reasonable agreement with the Arabs on the basis of living together in peace than the creation of a Jewish state. Apart from practical consideration, my awareness of the essential nature of Judaism resists the idea of a Jewish state with borders, an army, and a measure of temporal power no matter how modest. I am afraid of the inner damage Judaism will sustain -- especially from the development of a narrow nationalism within our own ranks, against which we have already had to fight strongly, even without a Jewish state."

'Einstein on Zionism and Israel'
By Fred Jerome

This is a step in the right direction.  It is an aspect of traditional jewish doctrine which in spite of zionism and modernism has never ceased to be believed by a remnant of traditional jews.

Still, all of this is completely aside from his contribution to the delusion of modern men in the various fields of physical sciences.



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Re: Albert Einstein
« Reply #4 on: April 24, 2010, 03:47:36 PM »
This is of most help 17,  thank you very much.


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Re: Albert Einstein
« Reply #5 on: August 19, 2010, 10:22:14 PM »
The relativity theories were published while Einstein still believed in zionism and promoted it on behalf of Chaim Weizmann.  Was Einstein's relativity theory also promoted on behalf of Chaim Weizmann?

Relativity theory is nonsense, but it is an artifice which distorts reality in the minds of those who accept it.  This deliberate confusion of so many people serves the political goals of zionism.  The editions of the Great Soviet Encyclopedia contain evidence that Einstein's relativity theories were a part of zionist propaganda.