Einstein's method of divide to conquer the opposition to his relativity

Einstein's method of divide to conquer the opposition to his relativity

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October 17th, 2015, 4:33 pm #1








Interpretations of Einstein's relativity: Einstein's method of divide to conquer the opposition to his relativity:
http://www.gsjournal.net/Science-Journa ... nload/5630
"Einstein made numerous changes to the existing way of doing physics that caused different groups of people to pick on different things and protest; this divided opinion so that no one could unify to protest against the whole package. It was a case of divide to conquer. If Einstein had made just one change to the existing physics then organization could have been raised to protest about that one change. But because Einstein made numerous changes it divided the opposition as they picked on different things to disagree about. Although there was a big opposition movement to Einstein, Einstein had succeeded in dividing them so that they could not agree on one specific issue to oppose Einstein on. So although the Opposition was big they could not unify to defeat Einstein, and so Einstein seemingly won by default- not that there was agreement with him, but merely because the opposition could not unite to find a replacement to him."









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October 17th, 2015, 8:19 pm #3







Interpretations of Einstein's relativity: Einstein's method of divide to conquer the opposition to his relativity:
http://www.gsjournal.net/Science-Journa ... nload/5630
"Einstein made numerous changes to the existing way of doing physics that caused different groups of people to pick on different things and protest; this divided opinion so that no one could unify to protest against the whole package. It was a case of divide to conquer. If Einstein had made just one change to the existing physics then organization could have been raised to protest about that one change. But because Einstein made numerous changes it divided the opposition as they picked on different things to disagree about. Although there was a big opposition movement to Einstein, Einstein had succeeded in dividing them so that they could not agree on one specific issue to oppose Einstein on. So although the Opposition was big they could not unify to defeat Einstein, and so Einstein seemingly won by default- not that there was agreement with him, but merely because the opposition could not unite to find a replacement to him."








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October 17th, 2015, 8:19 pm #4







Interpretations of Einstein's relativity: Einstein's method of divide to conquer the opposition to his relativity:
http://www.gsjournal.net/Science-Journa ... nload/5630
"Einstein made numerous changes to the existing way of doing physics that caused different groups of people to pick on different things and protest; this divided opinion so that no one could unify to protest against the whole package. It was a case of divide to conquer. If Einstein had made just one change to the existing physics then organization could have been raised to protest about that one change. But because Einstein made numerous changes it divided the opposition as they picked on different things to disagree about. Although there was a big opposition movement to Einstein, Einstein had succeeded in dividing them so that they could not agree on one specific issue to oppose Einstein on. So although the Opposition was big they could not unify to defeat Einstein, and so Einstein seemingly won by default- not that there was agreement with him, but merely because the opposition could not unite to find a replacement to him."








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October 17th, 2015, 8:38 pm #5







Interpretations of Einstein's relativity: Einstein's method of divide to conquer the opposition to his relativity:
http://www.gsjournal.net/Science-Journa ... nload/5630
"Einstein made numerous changes to the existing way of doing physics that caused different groups of people to pick on different things and protest; this divided opinion so that no one could unify to protest against the whole package. It was a case of divide to conquer. If Einstein had made just one change to the existing physics then organization could have been raised to protest about that one change. But because Einstein made numerous changes it divided the opposition as they picked on different things to disagree about. Although there was a big opposition movement to Einstein, Einstein had succeeded in dividing them so that they could not agree on one specific issue to oppose Einstein on. So although the Opposition was big they could not unify to defeat Einstein, and so Einstein seemingly won by default- not that there was agreement with him, but merely because the opposition could not unite to find a replacement to him."








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Relativity is a collective (conspiracy) work...

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... Einstein is the front man.
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October 17th, 2015, 11:07 pm #6







Interpretations of Einstein's relativity: Einstein's method of divide to conquer the opposition to his relativity:
http://www.gsjournal.net/Science-Journa ... nload/5630
"Einstein made numerous changes to the existing way of doing physics that caused different groups of people to pick on different things and protest; this divided opinion so that no one could unify to protest against the whole package. It was a case of divide to conquer. If Einstein had made just one change to the existing physics then organization could have been raised to protest about that one change. But because Einstein made numerous changes it divided the opposition as they picked on different things to disagree about. Although there was a big opposition movement to Einstein, Einstein had succeeded in dividing them so that they could not agree on one specific issue to oppose Einstein on. So although the Opposition was big they could not unify to defeat Einstein, and so Einstein seemingly won by default- not that there was agreement with him, but merely because the opposition could not unite to find a replacement to him."








Lorentz clung to aether
Poincare died before Einstein became famous in 1919 so had no chance to protest
Schwarzschild died in WWI, not given a chance to protest
Mach, Silberstein+ Minkowski all saying Einstein was wrong
Eddington was dismissed by Dirac as not understanding relativity
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October 18th, 2015, 10:08 am #7







Interpretations of Einstein's relativity: Einstein's method of divide to conquer the opposition to his relativity:
http://www.gsjournal.net/Science-Journa ... nload/5630
"Einstein made numerous changes to the existing way of doing physics that caused different groups of people to pick on different things and protest; this divided opinion so that no one could unify to protest against the whole package. It was a case of divide to conquer. If Einstein had made just one change to the existing physics then organization could have been raised to protest about that one change. But because Einstein made numerous changes it divided the opposition as they picked on different things to disagree about. Although there was a big opposition movement to Einstein, Einstein had succeeded in dividing them so that they could not agree on one specific issue to oppose Einstein on. So although the Opposition was big they could not unify to defeat Einstein, and so Einstein seemingly won by default- not that there was agreement with him, but merely because the opposition could not unite to find a replacement to him."








Thank you, Roger!

Here in Brazil, there is a saying that runs between advertising:

"No one is successful alone."

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Einstein must have received the support of politicians, because their relativistic message reinforces The Wolf Speech.
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October 18th, 2015, 10:14 am #8







Interpretations of Einstein's relativity: Einstein's method of divide to conquer the opposition to his relativity:
http://www.gsjournal.net/Science-Journa ... nload/5630
"Einstein made numerous changes to the existing way of doing physics that caused different groups of people to pick on different things and protest; this divided opinion so that no one could unify to protest against the whole package. It was a case of divide to conquer. If Einstein had made just one change to the existing physics then organization could have been raised to protest about that one change. But because Einstein made numerous changes it divided the opposition as they picked on different things to disagree about. Although there was a big opposition movement to Einstein, Einstein had succeeded in dividing them so that they could not agree on one specific issue to oppose Einstein on. So although the Opposition was big they could not unify to defeat Einstein, and so Einstein seemingly won by default- not that there was agreement with him, but merely because the opposition could not unite to find a replacement to him."








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The relativist ideology will only be overcome when they no longer serve the interests of the world's governments.
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October 18th, 2015, 10:17 am #9







Interpretations of Einstein's relativity: Einstein's method of divide to conquer the opposition to his relativity:
http://www.gsjournal.net/Science-Journa ... nload/5630
"Einstein made numerous changes to the existing way of doing physics that caused different groups of people to pick on different things and protest; this divided opinion so that no one could unify to protest against the whole package. It was a case of divide to conquer. If Einstein had made just one change to the existing physics then organization could have been raised to protest about that one change. But because Einstein made numerous changes it divided the opposition as they picked on different things to disagree about. Although there was a big opposition movement to Einstein, Einstein had succeeded in dividing them so that they could not agree on one specific issue to oppose Einstein on. So although the Opposition was big they could not unify to defeat Einstein, and so Einstein seemingly won by default- not that there was agreement with him, but merely because the opposition could not unite to find a replacement to him."










The relativist ideology will only be overcome when they no longer serve the interests of the world's governments.
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October 18th, 2015, 12:09 pm #10







Interpretations of Einstein's relativity: Einstein's method of divide to conquer the opposition to his relativity:
http://www.gsjournal.net/Science-Journa ... nload/5630
"Einstein made numerous changes to the existing way of doing physics that caused different groups of people to pick on different things and protest; this divided opinion so that no one could unify to protest against the whole package. It was a case of divide to conquer. If Einstein had made just one change to the existing physics then organization could have been raised to protest about that one change. But because Einstein made numerous changes it divided the opposition as they picked on different things to disagree about. Although there was a big opposition movement to Einstein, Einstein had succeeded in dividing them so that they could not agree on one specific issue to oppose Einstein on. So although the Opposition was big they could not unify to defeat Einstein, and so Einstein seemingly won by default- not that there was agreement with him, but merely because the opposition could not unite to find a replacement to him."








>>>Einstein must have received the support of politicians, because their relativistic message reinforces The Wolf Speech.

on such issues the saying is "follow the money". It took a massive amount of money to fund the advertising campaign to make Einstein the superstar he is today. The main man saying Einstein was wrong in my view was Dingle, and Dingle waited until Einstein died before saying Einstein was wrong. It seems to me that Dingle believed that Einstein's backers would stop funding the publicity campaign after Einstein's death, but the funding is as massive now as it was then. Political reasons for backing Einstein remain as strong now as they were when Einstein was alive.
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