EINSTEIN THE PLAGIARISTI have posted mainly about Einstein's scientific contributions. Yes, he was a plagiarist in the sense that he published the ideas of others, and failed to credit them. Most of his fame is for work that was actually done previously by others.
EINSTEIN THE MISTAKEN
EINSTEIN THE ABUSER
EINSTEIN THE SERIAL ADULTERER
EINSTEIN THE "DEAD BEAT DAD"
EINSTEIN THE ATTENTION WHORE
EINSTEIN THE COMMUNIST
EINSTEIN THE WARMONGER
EINSTEIN THE ANTI-AMERICAN
EINSTEIN THE GLOBALIST
EINSTEIN THE MASS MURDERER
EINSTEIN THE RACE AGITATOR
EINSTEIN THE ZIONIST
I am more interested in the science because there are some lessons about how scientific progress happens.
But if you read any of the Einstein biographies, you will see that he was a pretty horrible human being.
Although some or all the accusations in this hit piece may be true; I don't think it's sensible to post them here. It tends to undermine the purely scientific arguments for why Einstein's reputation as the World's greatest scientist ever, ever may have been somewhat overstated by people who can be categorised into the active and passive (dupes) vectors of Zionist propaganda, thereby possibly giving comfort to those who might accuse you of that most awful of all possible thoughtcrimes for your attempts to educate those who had been brainwashed into believing historical falsehoods.ReplyDelete
Einstein is idolized for a lot of different reasons, and they are not all scientific. Yes, I would rather stick to scientific issues.ReplyDelete
Roger, I think you are missing my point, namely, that Einstein's repute was manufactured by a massive group effort, not by Einstein himself. Without that effort he most probably would have remained an unknown who would not have been given a Nobel prize for his explanation for Brownian movement. These group efforts are mainly used to destroy people's reputations, those who are both knowledgeable and intelligent and therefore considered a credible threat to the group and its projection of itself as of beings of super-human intelligence whilst being perennial victims of persecution and disparagement by its inferiors (that's the rest of humanity including you, Roger).Delete
I guess I did miss your point. Einstein was a publicity-seeker all of his life, and commonly gave press interviews that his colleagues thought unseemly. He did everything he could do to claim credit, and to marginalize others. So his reputation has a lot to do with his own efforts. His reputation has also grown thru the efforts of many others.Delete
The world is full of publicity seekers; most only get a 15 minutes allotment, if that. For someone to achieve Einstein's fame, specifically amongst those who knew nothing about Science and therefore would not know who else to credit or why or for what, required a sympathetic media, focused on Einstein as one of their own, a genius, persecuted by evil Nazis jealous of his great gifts whose fruits he wished to bestow on humanity. I do not know whether he employed pofessional PR, but someone like Edward Bernays might have been able to assist; perhaps he also helped his uncle whose worldwide acclaim as another great scientist, entirely without method or merit, has only recently become unravelled and whose vapourings are still force-fed as great literature to Humanities students together with those of that other fraud, Marx.Delete
I really think you should take the piece down, Roger, it doesn't fit in with your typical critique of scientific writings, and as far as the website is concerned, have you checked it out to see how flakey or 'controversial' some of its posts might be?