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Young Einstein: Racist!
Racist! Racist! By Dr A. Crank

The tile refers to a shithouse movie that probably even the Aussie contributors will not recall, but I found it through the black magic of googling:

What a fucking embarrassment. Yeah, almost as much as the real young Einstein being, by todays hygienic pc race standards, a “racist”:

“Newly translated into English, Albert Einstein’s private travel diaries from the 1920s reveal that he was racist in his early life, especially toward Chinese people.

The journals, published as “The Travel Diaries of Albert Einstein” by Princeton University Press, reveal that Einstein, perhaps the most famous scientist of all time and known for his theory of general relativity and the equation e=mc2, was extraordinarily biased toward certain populations. This is a stark contrast to his stance later in life when he said that racism was a “disease of white people.”

The diaries were written between October 1922 and March 1923. In one entry Einstein wrote that the “Chinese don’t sit on benches while eating but squat like Europeans do when they relieve themselves out in the leafy woods. All this occurs quietly and demurely. Even the children are spiritless and look obtuse.”

Speaking about the “abundance of offspring” and the “fecundity” of the Chinese, he continued: “It would be a pity if these Chinese supplant all other races. For the likes of us the mere thought is unspeakably dreary.”

Einstein also derided the people of Ceylon, which is now known as Sri Lanka. In Ceylon, he wrote, the locals “live in great filth and considerable stench at ground level,” before adding they “do little and need little. The simple economic cycle of life.”

Now for all the fresh-faced, “busy beaver problem” kiddies studying Physics, you will know that Saint Albert is regarded by your politically correct teachers, as the super-ultimate genius-God, even though, ignoring possible objections to the special and general theories of relativity (James can I write on this?), the Saint got it wrong on quantum mechanics, and failed to produce a unified theory. As relativity and quantum mechanics are logically inconsistent – a dirty secret in Physics – this failure should have sunk the super-genius myth. Newton would have worked it out, being much smarter than Uncle Al, and original to boot (fuck you Leibniz):

Here are more links kiddies. Don’t forget to ask your teachers about this in class. They will be most helpful in explaining the facts of life to you. While you are at it, ask them what happens given string theory’s failure to produce empirically testable hypotheses, and how these contradictions can be resolved, for, after all, from a contradiction, anything can be proven.

The Great Train Wreck of the West

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BobJune 17, 2018 8:25 PM UTC

I've not read it, but this might be of interest to you:
BobJune 17, 2018 8:22 PM UTC

I think Mrs E. got paid hush money for her contribution. Working in the Patents Office helps, too.
Sam J.June 17, 2018 2:51 PM UTC

Forgot to add what do you think of the two links Dr. Crank. I think there interesting. Dewey says that all in the universe is motion and he explains matter as a twist or spin. Cumulative spins add up to different particles and he does not consider time always the same. It's variable This sounds stupid but it does work to explain a lot of shit. A whole lot. But even he gets wrong that the speed of light is not a constant.
Sam J.June 17, 2018 2:15 PM UTC

One of the lies they tell to support Einstein is that the Micheal-Morley experiment to detect the ether found no difference between the speed of light going in the direction of the earths travel and the speed moving perpendicular to the earths travel. Except...they did find a difference. I've read the ACTUAL originally printed report in a university library and it does say they found a difference. I found this out from G. Harry Stine who used to write the science section in the science fiction magazine"Analog:Science fiction Science Fact" but the article was in a similar type periodical called "Destinies" which was set much the same with sci-fi and science facts all in the same paperback book. Hardly anybody knows this about the Michelson-Morley experiment. If you tell a physicist this they will say you're full of shit or when they are nailed down with the facts they will say it's just an error. They don't explain how everyone keeps finding the same errors???? They just ignore it because the books say different.

They used to say unequivocally that there was no difference at all but people caught on and now they claim it was a measurement error. The difference they found was NOT the speed of the earth around the sun but much less. It was a decent difference though. I think the numbers, from memory, were that they were looking for 25 kilometers per second but only got 8 kilometers per second difference. So you see there was a big difference just not the one they expected. Furthermore very qualified experimental scientist doing more accurate test with much better equipment found the same. One spent years categorizing the difference with tunnels built of different materials to see if there was a difference. There's two good scientist that did long term test of this that I now of and both found a difference. The last test that I know of to test this they did down in a mine and got no difference. Well that's not surprising as it's buried in the ground. How you going to test the fabric of space in a mine????

Now I can't say I understand all or even much of this guys work but it's interesting. I've read several alt-physics type treatises and he has some of the same conclusions that a lot of them have. I admit I don't have all the smarts necessary to prove any of these are correct or not but reading a lot of this stuff you can at least see if it makes sense and it adds up. Present physics systems use the idea of re normalization. Where they do away with infinite numbers that pop up and just magically consider them gone. That doesn't inspire confidence that you have to pretend that the wrong to make the theory work. I specifically was impressed that a lot of the same conclusions were in Miles Mathis stuff as were in the Reciprocal System of Theory of Dewey B. Larson as related to spins being additive to make different particles. Dewey is way into that and explains a great deal with this concept. Deweys system explains a LOT of stuff that's seen way the fuck out in the universe that has little to no explanation and he predicted a lot of weird star systems that they were found later after he predicted them. He also makes sense of the chemical table of the elements and the particle/wave duality light experiment.