Einstein the MAD Scientist [Christopher Jon Bjerknes and Kyle Hunt]


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  1. Tesla Poetry: Olympian Gossip

    “Olympian Gossip”

    While listening on my cosmic phone
    I caught words from the Olympus blown.
    A newcomer was shown around;
    That much I could guess, aided by sound.

    “There’s Archimedes with his lever
    Still busy on problems as ever.

    Says: matter and force are transmutable
    And wrong the laws you thought immutable.”

    Too bad, Sir Isaac, they dimmed your renown
    And turned your great science upside down.

    Now a long haired crank, Einstein by name,
    Puts on your high teaching all the blame.

    Says: matter and force are transmutable
    And wrong the laws you thought immutable.”

    “I am much too ignorant, my son,
    For grasping schemes so finely spun.

    My followers are of stronger mind
    And I am content to stay behind.


  2. Excerpts from TomatoBubble dedicated essay:

    When we do a Google image search for the word “genius”, the first thing, and I do mean, thing, we see is the wretched mug of (((Albert Einstein))). Plug in the word “scientist”, and again, St. Albert is the first face to populate. You can scroll and scroll way down those pages and not even find a hint of folks like Tesla, von Braun, Shockley, and other great names. Why is that? Was St. Albert really such a “genius”? Or is this a case of the press pumping-up a fellow tribesman? Let’s have a look.


    Einstein was a serial, psychopathic plagiarist. Einstein’s plagiarism has been conclusively proven beyond doubt. (here) Indeed, Einstein’s “Theory of Relativity” as well as his famous equation (E=Mc2), were actually published before Einstein claimed credit for them.

    Einstein’s “discoveries”, stolen as they were, are still disputed to this day. Einstein himself expressed some doubts about his “theories”. Though it is beyond the scope of this author to evaluate theories of physics, the fact that a minority of physicists continue to passionately insist that Einstein’s ideas are false, is very intriguing. We wonder, for every one outspoken critic of Einstein, how many more scientists hold the very same doubts but are too intimidated to express them. Of even greater interest is the fact that the scientific doubters are often childishly ridiculed, but never openly debated. Hmmm.


    “Einstein is a beggar dressed in purple clothes and made king using dazzling mathematics that obscure truth”…

    “Relativity is a massive deception wrapped in a beautiful mathematical cloak.”

    “The theory of relativity is a mass of error and deceptive ideas violently opposed to the teachings of great men of science of the past and even to common sense.”

    “The theory, wraps all these errors and fallacies and clothes them in magnificent mathematical garb which fascinates, dazzles and makes people blind to the underlying errors. The theory is like a beggar clothed in purple whom ignorant people take for a king. Its exponents are very brilliant men, but they are metaphysicists rather than scientists. Not a single one of the relativity propositions has been proved.”

    “Relativity is a beggar wrapped in purple whom ignorant people take for a King.”

    Tesla’s most scathing condemnation of the Marxist charlatan was penned in a 1934 poem entitled ‘Olympian Gossip’, written to a friend. In the poem, Tesla sarcastically mocks Einstein and calls him a “long haired crank”

    Einstein was very cruel to Mileva, his first wife and mother of their two sons. He not only cheated on her openly, but as the marriage unraveled, he laid out cruel conditions for staying with her as follows:
    Under the heading: “Conditions.”
    “You will make sure that: 1. that my clothes and laundry are kept in good order; 2. that I will receive my three meals regularly in my room; 3. that my bedroom and study are kept neat, and especially that my desk is left for my use only.

    You will renounce all personal relations with me insofar as they are not completely necessary for social reasons…you will stop talking to me if I request it.”

    Mileva accepted the conditions.



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