When the public hears Albert Einstein’s name, their thinking goes straight to genius, and when specialists talk about it, they’ll tell you about physics and the theory of relativity, but if you see the secret documents that few have read , then you will realize that the truth is not as presented by the media.
Who is Albert Einstein and was he really a brilliant scientist while he is currently studying, or does the story have another novel?
Albert Einstein was born on March 14, 1879 in the German city of Ulm to two Jewish parents, “Hermann Einstein” and “Ni Pauline Koch”.
Einstein attended a Catholic preparatory school despite his affiliation with Judaism and received lessons in playing the violin and only studied Euclidean engineering, which is one of the mathematical systems Euclid established in his book The Elements. , but things were not easy like the rest of the students, as he had great writing difficulties and it was widely believed that he suffered from a pathological reading disorder, the Einstein family moved to live in the southern Italy and after six months of leaving his family, Einstein left school and left the country … Here Einstein felt his future was at stake because of his debut. failure and failure, so at the age of sixteen he applied to enroll in the prestigious technical institute in Zurich, Switzerland, but he also failed to pass the entrance exams for this scientific institute, and for that , he had to learn for a year in a Swiss Lycée in order to prepare to take the entrance exams again until he passed the exams and graduated in 1900.
After graduating from university, he became a simple employee at the Registry of Inventions office.
Albert einchtein wanted to improve his level of work, so he had to get a doctorate first, and what was washed by the propaganda from their brains and the media could not believe that Einstein the genius was the task of getting an extremely difficult and complex doctorate in his life, during the five years from 1901 AD to 1905 AD, Einstein tried In (six separate attempts) to apply for a doctorate at the University of Zurich in Switzerland, the university rejected five theses until his thesis was finally accepted after six perfect times, but the point of all this fatigue is to get a university job, but he refused to accept it to work as a university professor at the end and then he tried to discuss his theory (the electrodynamics of moving bodies). itself later became known by the most (popular) name, which is the special theory of relativity.
Suddenly transforming Einstein’s name into a genius, but the question that will rearrange the papers and reveal the great one, was Einstein really a scientist?
He presented his theory on special relativity in 1905 under the title “Electrodynamics of moving bodies” and dealt with time, space, mass, energy and his famous relation according to which l energy is equivalent to the mass per square foot of the speed of light, which means that the product of the mass per square of the speed of light is equal to its energy, which is the most famous physical equation in the world. century. The twentieth, and this equation represents one of the results of the special theory of relativity, as essence of the study presented by Einstein is nothing other than the work of two other scholars, Hendrik Lorentz (1853- 1928) and Henri Poincaré (1854-1912). Einstein’s role was weak.
Albert Einstein encountered this fact, except that he denied having participated in the contributions of Poincaré and Lorentz, but Albert’s close friend Maurice Solovin admitted that he and Einstein had watched over the study of Poincaré’s book. published in 1902 and that its content held their breath for weeks.
According to the thesis of Edmund Taylor Whittaker, one of the most prominent physicists of the twentieth century who mentioned relativism, called it Nadir Lorentz and Lonkar, and did not say Einstein’s relativity.
The question did not end here, as the documents revealed that Einstein not only acquired special theory of relativity from Poincaré, but also acquired general relativity as David Hilbert. Hilbert approached before Einstein where he published an article in 1924 in which he said (Einstein came back with what he published to the equations of my theories) and here is what is confirmed by a manuscript from the German University from Göttingen, and it’s strange that bits of important content were cut.
The third proof is what came in physicist Fredward Winterberg’s statement that Hilbert included all the foundations of relativity in his book before Einstein and the latter undertook them before publication.
The famous physicist Philip Lennard, who won the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1905 AD, criticized the theory of relativity, and even rejected it completely. The strangest thing is that the phenomenon of the electrochemical effect was the one that nominated the Nobel Prize for Einstein in 1921 and not the so-called theory of relativity, as well as the phenomenon of the electrochemical effect can only be explained scientifically by the theory of quantum mechanics rejected by Einstein.
When Tesla was asked about relativism, Tesla said, “He can fool fools, but he can’t fool me.” He described Einstein as a beggar disguised as kings.
In addition, since the 1930s, the United States government began to conduct a lot of research on so-called secret technologies. Most of these technologies were created by the great genius Nikola Tesla, and many of them have also been attributed to Einstein, the most important of which is the experience of disappearance and transition through time. This experiment was known as the Philadelphia experiment. is one of the 20th century’s most secret experiments which was based on the research of the great scientist Tesla and Einstein failed to implement it.