“Einstein was a glorious day dreamer, but not a scientist…”

A follow up to:
Worldwide media storm of comet impact around 11,000BC questioned by David Talbott:

Worldwide media storm of comet impact around 11,000BC questioned by David Talbott

Sarah Westall again! She’s producing some interesting interviews.
Electric Universe Theories, Importance of Open Mind Science Debate with Wallace Thornhill

“Einstein was a glorious day dreamer, but not a scientist…”
“Science has gone nowhere over the last 100 years..”
“You can release energy by tuning things…”
“They tossed out cold fusion because it wasn’t in their belief system…”

Previous TAP post:
A New Show About Plagiarist Einstein? Put Tesla In Our Schools!

A New Show About Plagiarist Einstein? Put Tesla In Our Schools!

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8 Responses to ““Einstein was a glorious day dreamer, but not a scientist…””

  1. Bigmoo says:

    Einstein wasn’t a daydreamer at all. He was a fraud. He is part of the ‘forced upon us’ fake history.

  2. Bigmoo says:

    Einstein – as real as the ISS and lie-nosaurs.

  3. ian says:

    I’ve just invented a new word. Plagiarism.

  4. ian says:

    Einstein certainly was a plagiarist and a fraud. Tesla is the man.

  5. ian says:

    Bob Dylan too, Robert Zimmerman, his real name was also a fraud according to Joni Mitchell and others much of his work being stolen and some written by Leonard Cohen. Are you seeing a trend in these names yet?

  6. ian says:

    Dylan was apparently seen as a catchers mitt for the disillusioned youth of the day, me being one.

  7. Bigmoo says:

    Indeed there is a theme between people with lots of ‘Z’s in their name and their not very greatness. Seem to have an infestation in world parliaments too.

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