Einstein used to coverup UFO secrets
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Conspiracy- Einstein used to coverup UFO secrets
Einstein being wrong has
been Top Secret
Einstein is wrong and NASA knows that Einstein
is wrong. NASA is famous as being also known as “Never A Straight
Answer”. There are plenty of other conspiracies on the web about
NASA; so why shouldn't they cover up about Einstein as well, and the
answer is of course there is.
There is an elite in the Physics
community that knows Einstein is wrong, and they are maintaining the
false front that Einstein is still a genius; they don't care that
those below them are deceived and working from a physics that is
All of this is of course just another small part of a
vast cover-up. Einstein is there to cover-up a lot of other things.
If there was no Einstein to divert physics enthusiasts then they
might take Tesla related things more seriously. So Einstein is
absolutely necessary to sit on top of the pyramid and cover up
everything else they don't want you to know about in physics.
Conservapedia: E=mc2 Is A Liberal
To many conservatives, almost everything is a secret liberal plot:
from fluoride in the water to medicare reimbursements for end-of-life
planning with your doctor to efforts to teach evolution in schools.
But Conservapedia founder and Eagle
Forum University instructor Andy Schlafly — Phyllis Schlafly’s
son — has found one more liberal plot: the
theory of relativity.
If you’re behind on your physics, the Theory of Relativity was
Albert Einstein’s formulation in the early 20th century that gave
rise to the famous theorum that E=mc2, otherwise stated as
energy is equal to mass times the square of the speed of light. Why
does Andy Schlafly hate the theory of relativity? We’re pretty sure
it’s because he’s decided it doesn’t square with the Bible.
In the entry, “Counterexamples to Relativity,” the authors
(including Schlafly) write:
The theory of relativity is a mathematical system that
allows no exceptions. It is heavily promoted by liberals who like its
encouragement of relativism and its tendency to mislead people in how
they view the world.
Is Einstein’s theory of relativity a “liberal
Conservative bloggers are taking aim at Albert Einstein’s theory
of relativity and its iconic formula, E=mc2, saying they’re
part of a liberal conspiracy, Joel
N. Shurkin reports for JTA. Holocaust revisionists have taken up
the anti-Einstein cause, started more than half a century ago by
Nazis, who dismissed his theories as “Jewish science.”
The latest debate erupted when a Web site, Conservapedia—founded
three years ago by Andrew
Schlafly, the 49-year-old lawyer son of anti-abortion activist Phyllis
Schlafly—posted a definition
of relativity making the charge that it was part of an
ideological plot, and then added a list of counter examples it says
disprove Einstein’s theories. The postings were picked up by the
liberal blog TPMMuckracker and then went viral.
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