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How Einstein ruined physics

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For a more technical discussion, see Einsteinism.
Albert Einstein in 1921
Many in the physics community think Einstein is flawless, but even Google knows better.

Einstein (1879-1955) was a Jew born in Germany. In the year 1933, he decided to make the United States his host country. During his early education, Einstein showed little scholastic ability. At the age of 15, with poor grades in history, geography, and languages, he left school with no diploma. Einstein himself wrote in a school paper of his lack of imagination and practical ability. In the year 1895, Einstein failed a simple entrance exam to an engineering school in Zurich. This exam consisted mainly of mathematical problems, and Einstein showed himself to be mathematically inept in this exam. Despite the fact that Einstein plagiarized many elements of "his" theory from Larmor, Poincaré, Lorentz, Paul Gerber and others, despite that much of his work built on the work of other Jewish scientists such as Grossmann and Minkowski, and despite criticism from top scientists such as Nikola Tesla, Ludwik Silberstein, Emanuel Lasker, Herbert Dingle and many others, Einstein became known in the media as the greatest Jewish scientist ever. His writings on physical concepts such as space, time, gravity, mass, energy, speed or velocity, acceleration and light have a Jewish perspective to them, Jewish physics. For instance, the famous equation E=mc2, that was plagiarized by Einstein, expresses a relation between energy (E stands for energy), mass (m stands for mass) and the speed of light (c stands for the speed of light, from the Latin word celeritas which means speed).

Einstein’s plagiarism

In some cases, plagiarism can be explained away as a simple slip-up. For Einstein, however, lifting the ideas of others was a second nature. Some examples of Einstein’s plagiarism:

  1. The equation E=mc2 was published in the year 1903 by Olinto De Pretto. In the year 1905, Einstein published E=mc2 as if it was his own idea.
  2. A system of equations that can be used to calculate a new location in space and a new moment in time given an initial location in space and a initial moment in time was published by Woldemar Voigt (in the year 1887) and later in slightly refined form by Lorentz (1904). This system of equations is nowadays known as the "Lorentz transformation". Einstein published the equations of the Lorentz transformation in the year 1905 as if they were his own idea.
  3. Paul Gerber published in 1898 an equation for calculating the influence of the speed of gravity on the orbits of the planets in our solar system. Einstein published a very similar equation in 1915 as if it was his own idea. He did not refer to the earlier work of Paul Gerber when he published “his” variant of the equation. And Einstein’s variant can easily be shown to be mathematically the same as Paul Gerber’s equation.

Einstein also plagiarized from Hilbert, Poincaré and others.

Einstein’s fallacious and absurd writings

Main article: Einsteinism.

Einstein (or perhaps the Zionist/Jewish propaganda machine behind Einstein) was a clever plagiarist so he added some of his own ideas to hide his plagiarism. Einstein's own ideas are without exception fallacious and absurd. Some examples:

  1. Einstein’s derivation of the Lorentz transformation is fallacious, because it is based on two initial assumptions that contradict each other and his mathematical derivation of the Lorentz transformation is demonstrably incorrect. Lorentz’ derivation of the Lorentz transformation was correct, in the sense that the Lorentz transformation follows logically from the initial assumptions made by Lorentz.
  2. In Einstein’s interpretation of the “Lorentz transformation”, it is possible that clock A works steadily at a lower rate than clock B and clock B also works steadily at a lower rate than clock A. Such a scenario is clearly outside the domain of normal human logic. Normal human logic demands that if clock A works steadily at a lower rate than clock B, that then clock B must work steadily at a higher rate than clock A. Hence, Einstein’s interpretation is absurd. In Lorentz’ theory this absurdity does not exist and clock rates conform to normal human logic.
  3. Einstein's theory predicts that clocks will generally work at a lower rate when placed in a stronger gravitation, however the most basic types of clock, namely the hourglass and the pendulum clock actually work at a higher rate when placed in a stronger gravitation. An hourglass on the moon works at a lower rate than an hourglass on earth, but Einstein predicts the opposite. Hence, Einstein's prediction is false.
  4. Einstein's "general theory" is based on the idea that space can be curved and that Euclid's theory of geometry is not relevant to the space in which the bodies travel. However, space cannot become curved, only objects in space can be curved. Space is just a placeholder for objects, it is not an object itself. It therefore does not possess the property of being curvable or bendable. Not a single valid counter example of the validity of Euclid's theory of geometry has ever been produced by Einstein or by his followers. And Euclid's theorems were not only proven mathematically by Euclid in his work "The Elements", but they have also been confirmed by more than 2000 years of practical experience.
  5. Durations and lengths are physical quantities used to describe physical systems. For example, a piece of metal may have a length of one meter. Changes in the physical quantities reflect changes in the system that is described. For example, if the temperature is raised, the piece of metal will expand thermally and its length may become 1.01 meter. So the changes in the physical quantities reflect the changes in the system (the piece of metal). But according to Einstein, the physical quantities may also change themselves directly even if there is no change in the system. This is clearly absurd and violates the basic principles of physics.
  6. Suppose you are sitting in a car that is accelerating forwards. You are pushed back in your seat. According to Einstein, this is so because there is a homogeneous vertically directed gravitational field pushing you back in your seat. Such an ad hoc (purely fictitious) gravitational field, however, is inadmissible from a scientific point of view. In reality, the force is caused by your inertia.

This list can be expanded with more examples of absurdities in Einstein’s writings.

Einstein’s predictions versus the real world

  1. Einstein-defenders often say that “the Global Positioning System (GPS) would not work without Einstein’s theories”. However, GPS has been working without using Einstein’s theories. So the fact that GPS works cannot be used as evidence for Einstein’s theories.
  2. Einstein has claimed that faster-than-light (FTL) communication will never be possible. It is true that FTL communication has not yet been developed. However, there are no adequate grounds to assume that future new technologies will not make it possible to have faster-than-light communication, for instance quantum entanglement.
  3. Gravitational redshift is the lengthening of the wavelength when light moves upwards in a gravitational field. Einstein claimed that his incorrect formula for clock rates can be used to explain gravitational redshift. So Einstein ascribes the redshift to a change of the frequency of the light. However, more rational explanations are based on a gradual increase in wavelength as the light moves upwards in the gravitational field, while the frequency of the light remains unchanged.
  4. The outcome of the so-called Michelson-Morley experiment is often used as evidence for Einstein’s theory. However, it cannot be said that Einstein's special theory "explains" the null-result of the Michelson-Morley experiment, because the result of this experiment is one of the initial assumptions made by Einstein. In view of this, the outcome of the Michelson-Morley experiment cannot then be used also as empirical evidence for Einstein's "special theory".
  5. Einstein has used the outcome of the Fizeau-experiment for the speed of light in moving water as evidence for his theory. However, it would only really provide such evidence if the speed of the light relative to the moving medium would be experimentally measured. But such a measurement has never been performed.
  6. Einstein has used deflection of star light by the sun as evidence for his theory and as evidence for the existence of his absurd "curved space". However, a more rational explanation for the phenomenon is that the light of the stars is deflected because it passes through a region of varying optical density or, in the corpuscular theory of light, because light consists of particles which are deflected by the force of gravity.
  7. Einstein's incorrect prediction of clocks that will work at a lower rate the stronger the gravitational potential includes the incorrect prediction that a complete stoppage of clocks is possible if the gravitational potential is strong enough. Einsteinists then say that a black hole has been created. On the surface of a black hole time itself stands still, according to Einstein. Many of the predicted properties of such Einsteinistic black holes are likely to be incorrect. This is not the case with the type of black holes hypothesized more than 100 years before Einstein by John Michell.
  8. Dark matter is an absurd consequence of the circular nature of Einstein's "general theory". Circular, because the curvature of space is defined in terms of the energy distribution of matter in space, but it is left unspecified how exactly this energy must be calculated, except in terms of the curvature itself. This unspecified energy can therefore be imagined to come from "dark matter". Scientifically, however, such (Einsteinistic) arbitrariness is inadmissible.
  9. The Haefle Keating Experiment is often quoted as evidence for Einstein's theory, but this experiment has too few observations. So no reliable conclusions can be drawn based on this experiment. Moreover, the original data which allegedly formed the basis for the published results can’t be found.
  10. Einstein-defenders claim that Einstein's "general theory" provides a more accurate prediction for the perihelion shift of the planet Mercury than the theory of Newton. However, in reality Newton's prediction lies much closer to the observed value than Einstein's.
  11. Einstein’s theory claims to be valid for everyday objects such as clocks and measuring rods. Einstein’s theory has been popularized in countless newspaper articles and television broadcasts using everyday objects such as clocks, twins and measuring rods. It is therefore remarkable to see that the so-called experimental “proofs” only involve submicroscopic electromagnetic particles such as electrons, muons and photons and not those everyday objects that are always used to popularize the Einsteinism.

Of course this list too can be expanded with more examples.

Einstein’s unscientific attitude

Einstein’s unscientific attitude can be seen from his dogmatism, his sophism, his unscientific ways of dealing with scientific criticism and his inadmissible thought experiments

  1. Einstein’s “special theory” is built upon the dogma that faster-than-light communication is not possible, also not in future with new technologies. So it is a dogma because there are no adequate grounds to assume that future new technologies will not make it possible to have faster-than-light communication.
  2. Einstein had many unscientific tactics of dealing with scientific criticism:
    1. Ignore the criticism in the hope it will disappear by itself.
    2. Move to another country. In 1933 Einstein decided not to come back to Germany, because he would have faced criticism on his theory there.
    3. If the above two tactics don’t work, Einstein will dismiss the criticism using a “funny” comment. For example, Einstein’s answer to the book "100 authors against Einstein" was to say that "If I had been really wrong one author would have been sufficient". Apart from this "funny" comment, Einstein never addressed the scientific issues raised by these 100 authors.
    4. Einstein will discredit others. For example, when it became known that Einstein had plagiarized Paul Gerber’s formula, Einstein started to discredit Paul Gerber by declaring that: "[...]Gerber, who has given the correct formula for the perihelion motion of Mercury before I did. The experts are not only in agreement that Gerber's derivation is wrong through and through, but the formula cannot be obtained as a consequence of the main assumption made by Gerber. Mr. Gerber's work is therefore completely useless, an unsuccessful and erroneous theoretical attempt. I maintain that the theory of general relativity has provided the first real explanation of the perihelion motion of Mercury; even if I had been aware of it, I would not had any reason to mention it."
    5. Einstein accuses his criticizers of "antisemitism".
  3. Einstein’s sophism is very clearly illustrated by his fallacious derivation of the Lorentz transformation in his book. This “derivation” starts with two statements that contradict each other. Namely a first statement that the velocity of light is constant and a second statement that absolute velocities may play no role in the formulation of physical laws. However, the constant speed mentioned in the first statement cannot be a relative velocity because a relative velocity cannot be constant. But if it is an absolute velocity, the second statement is contradicted.
  4. Einstein never performed real physical experiments. Instead he relied on so-called thought-experiments with imagined outcomes. Some of his thought experiments were inadmissible, because there is no possibility that they will ever be performed, such as a thought experiment in which the entire universe is rotated. In other thought experiments, Einstein transformed real experimental results obtained by others into his own “thought-experiment” and thus claimed these results as his own ideas.
  5. Einstein was also involved (with Wilhelm Reich) in "Orgone energy accumulation" experiments. The word "Orgone" is a combining of "Orgasm" and "Ozone", so these "Orgone energy accumulation" experiments presumably were designed to collect "nascent energy" from sexual acts performed in the "Orgone energy accumulator". Any normal scientist would immediately dismiss such ideas as quackery. But Einstein didn't. Wilhelm Reich published in 1953 a book entitled "The Einstein affair". This book is unavailable nowadays, probably because it contains many facts embarrassing for Einstein and his followers.
  6. Einstein was a polemicist, for him it was only a matter of establishing his own intellectual supremacy, even if that would require fallacious reasoning. He was not concerned with right or wrong, he was not concerned with truth seeking. The modern Einsteinists and Einstein apologizers learnt this tactic from Einstein. When someone criticizes Einstein; the Einstein apologizers reply that they understand physics better, i.e. that they are intellectually superior, because they belong to the select group of people who (say that they) understand Einstein. Don’t fall in this Einsteinistic trap, it is the same tactic as described in the tale of the Emperor’s new clothes: if you cannot see the emperor’s clothes you are declared hopelessly stupid.

The war on common sense and how science became corrupted because of Einstein

  1. Despite Einstein’s plagiarism (which was known at the time) and his fallacious and absurd theories, the Nobel Prize committee decided to give the 1921 prize to Einstein “for his services to Theoretical Physics, and especially for his discovery of the law of the photoelectric effect”. But originally the Nobel Prize was intended for real physical discoveries and not for theoretical “discoveries” (there is for example no Nobel Prize for mathematics). Nowadays, Nobel prizes are regularly awarded for theoretical “discoveries” that have little or no basis in the real world.
  2. Herbert Dingle discussed in his book “Science at the Crossroads” how science became corrupted by the Einsteinism. He discussed that nobody dares to challenge Einstein's dogmas and that criticism on Einstein’s writings is ignored by the community of Einsteinists. He also warned that: "Directly or indirectly - at present chiefly the latter, though none the less inseparably - special relativity is involved in all modern physical experiments, and these are known to be attended by such dangerous possibilities, should something go wrong with them, that the duty of ensuring as far as possible that this shall not happen is imperative. It is certain that, sooner or later, experiments based on false theories will have unexpected results, and these, in the experiments of the present day, may be harmless or incalculably disastrous. In these circumstances an inescapable obligation is laid on experimental physicists to subject their theories to the most stringent criticism. As this book will show, their general practice is to leave such criticism to mathematical theorists who either evade or ignore it, and the possible consequences are evident and unspeakably menacing."
  3. In 1986, the Chernobyl disaster tragically confirmed the importance of Dingle's warning.
  4. The Einsteinists (and Einstein himself) do not want to address the scientific issues. Instead, they deliberate use technical terms such as “time dilation”, “Minkowski metric”, “the trace T of the stress energy tensor”, "Lorentz covariance", etc., etc.. In this way they want to hide the absurdity of the Einsteinism and to claim intellectual supremacy over those who are more careful with throwing around technical terms.
  5. The role of the Einsteinism in science is comparable to the role of modern “art” in esthetics. Don't understand the arrangement of smeary stuff on the canvas? The problem must be with you, not the "artist". Say something about how stupid it is? Get talked down to like, "You wouldn't understand". Like, the emperor isn't wearing clothes, and if you point that out, some of the cretins will call you a witch.
  6. What agenda is advanced by pushing Einstein's theory? Possibly it has something to do with creating an Einstein-cult, but it may also be because of the war on common sense. And common sense is related to the development of critical thinking skills. And they couldn't advance their agenda if the people have critical thinking skills. Their agenda can only be advanced if the people are an uncritical mass of unthinking people.

Einstein mixes science with (bad) politics

"The world would be better off had Einstein never existed." -- Revilo Oliver.
  1. Einstein was a virulent Zionist,
  2. Einstein opposed assimilation as a contemptible form of "mimicry",
  3. Einstein preferred to mix with other Jews whom he referred to as his "tribal companions",
  4. Einstein embraced the uncritical support for the Bolshevik regime in Russia,
  5. Einstein switched from a high-minded pacifism during World War I, when Jewish interests were not at stake, to advocating the building of atomic bombs to defeat Hitler,
  6. From his teenage years Einstein disliked the Germans and in later life criticized Jewish colleagues for converting to Christianity and acting like Prussians,
  7. Einstein especially disliked Prussians,
  8. Reviewing his life at age 73, Einstein declared his ethnic affiliation in no uncertain terms: "My relationship with Jewry had become my strongest human tie once I achieved complete clarity about our precarious position among the nations".
  9. Einstein served on the Board of Governors of The Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

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