The Einstein psyop?

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, the poster boy of false science hoaxes? This author has an interesting reveal.

But Roger Schlafly takes a different view, downgrading the rank of the 20th- century’s most revered scientist. Why? Schlafly presents compelling evidence that other leading physicists and mathematicians before and concurrent with Einstein made equally important breakthroughs in relativity theory and related fields. Further, Schlafly suggests that Einstein may have purloined some of his most famous insights.

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8 thoughts on “The Einstein psyop?

  1. tsisageya

    However, speaking of science, I can’t find any fault in the scientific method. Correct me if I’m wrong. Perhaps, though, we just need to actually use it more.

  2. Blue MoonBlue Moon

    The “subjective” in this case is that one’s perceptions are the only path to reality- That’s of course pure bullshit- Critique of Pure Reason posits that subjective perception IS objective- That is, there is no exterior objective reality, only sense certainty- That is utter nonsense, of course, because the tree does make a sound when it falls even when no one is around to hear it- As for science class, what is being taught is old nature religion with the spiritual essence of things swapped out for the latinate nomenclature that catalogues the separate elements of physical phenomena and how they coordinate individually as part of the whole- That desire to dissect physical phenomena is part and parcel of the larger compartmentalization of modern human experience- That has led to a dissolution of integrated thinking and comprehensive perceptions of the physical world- It has lead to the senses being the arbiter of reality- This has put Man at the center of creation, but without God- That’s what I mean by Kant, et al. secularizing religion- And off the leash, some men try to behave like gods-

  3. Tom DalpraTom

    ‘The age of reason, so called, an extension of the renaissance, was the by-product of the slow seepage of knowledge that the printing press delivered to the masses; knowledge heretofore the exclusive property of the ruling elite- Whereas religion was enough to corral the average imagination, more rational, objective observation made clear the age of religious belief on a mass scale was threatened with extinction- Along come the German Romantics: Kant, Hegel, Schiller, Goethe, etc. to secularize religion with as much obfuscation as to render the new learning inoperable because of Kant’s false premise- Einstein praised Kant to the bending light of the stars’.

    Yes, in basic terms perhaps, as the blatant con of mainstream religious belief was slowly unraveling to the more knowledgeable masses, the get-out for those who had benefited for centuries was this bullshit state of affairs.

    Well said, I reckon, Blue Moon. It’s a BIG one. All across science isn’t it? It’s not just physics of course.

    Science as a New Religion, the new belief ( for the ‘readers’). Einstein as a Saint. Dawkins as a Bishop.

    Okay. So they hi-jacked spirituality when they gave us mainstream religion – then, they hi-jacked science when they gave us knowledge.

    What a bunch of Kants!

  4. Blue MoonBlue Moon

    There’s a similar disconnect involving this character known as the Dalai Lama- A sage whose utterances seem as simpleminded and obvious as: “Don’t worry, be happy”- But, make him look exotic and other worldly and repeat over and over that this is wisdom with a capital W, and the questing masses will buy in-
    The Rolling Stones are the world’s greatest rock band- That was their sales pitch, repeated ad nauseum- They’re still selling out stadiums and playing unlistenable crap-
    Einstein: Smartest Man EVER! Funny hair, great PR- People believe without having the slightest idea what he’s supposed to be smart about- Frankly, to my mind, he was an extension of the process of secularizing religion, a process that brought us the modern notion of science, a process that got sea legs with another impenetrable long hair named Emmanuel Kant- I believe Kant was commissioned to compose a rationale for making subjective experience replace objective thinking as the basis for defining reality- The age of reason, so called, an extension of the renaissance, was the by-product of the slow seepage of knowledge that the printing press delivered to the masses; knowledge heretofore the exclusive property of the ruling elite- Whereas religion was enough to corral the average imagination, more rational, objective observation made clear the age of religious belief on a mass scale was threatened with extinction- Along come the German Romantics: Kant, Hegel, Schiller, Goethe, etc. to secularize religion with as much obfuscation as to render the new learning inoperable because of Kant’s false premise- Einstein praised Kant to the bending light of the stars- If you wonder why capital P physics doesn’t really take you anywhere it’s because it’s based on deliberately misleading doctrines that human subjectivity is the only reliable foundation for perceiving “reality”- Hello “mystical thinking”, good by common sense-

    1. Allison Hunt

      Blue Moon: I DO like your pitch but I can’t remember being taught subjectivity in any of my hard-core science classes. Can you give a few examples?

    2. tsisageya

      I know! The Dalai Lama is like Nelson Mandela or Ghandi. In my case, my passivity paved the way for propaganda. I didn’t even know I was being propagandized until now. I thought of both these men as good and saintly and didn’t even know it. It was just there. This propaganda entered my passive brain and I didn’t even know it. Until now. Yikes.

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