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    Einstein's Stupidity

    Einstein called it "the biggest blunder of my life."

    He almost got it right, Einstein did.

    When his relativity theory ultimately showed that there was a creation of the universe, Einstein detested the implication that God had made it. Einstein found his scientific finding so repulsive that he resorted to manipulation, rather like today's *scientists* who preach their political agenda of anthropomorphic global warming to us, and hide data, falsify figures, fudge, cheat, mislead, and attack those who do not comport with their socialist power-grabbing mentality.

    Yes, Einstein was so very brilliant that he divorced his wife. This was after he forbade her to ever enter his study, unless it was to bring him lunch. Genius of a man, this Einstein. Oh yes and an atheist too.

    Father Georges LeMaitre showed Einstein calculations derived from relativity theory that implied the Big Bang. LeMaitre called it the Primordial Atom, a truly excellent representation.

    Einstein said "Your mathematics is correct but your physics is abominable."

    It took some years for Einstein and the rest of the completely brilliant, but non-objective scientific world to come around to Father LeMaitre's side, but they all did.

    Why would Einstein make such an enormous blunder? He hated God, hated even the thought of God.

    THAT was Einstein's biggest blunder.

    It's a common blunder, even today.
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    Re: Einstein's Stupidity

    Quote Originally Posted by BarackZero View Post
    Why would Einstein make such an enormous blunder? He hated God, hated even the thought of God.

    THAT was Einstein's biggest blunder.

    It's a common blunder, even today.
    He did not believe in God. That is totally different from hating God. If you hate God that means that you still believe he exists.

    Einstein used "biggest blunder of my life" more than one time. One time he refereed to coining term "cosmology" and another to theory of Universe contracting/expending.
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    Re: Einstein's Stupidity

    When his relativity theory ultimately showed that there was a creation of the universe, Einstein detested the implication that God had made it.
    Really???....Please attempt to support your bullshit. I need a good laugh.
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    Re: Einstein's Stupidity

    Quote Originally Posted by BarackZero View Post
    Einstein found his scientific finding so repulsive that he resorted to manipulation, rather like today's *scientists* who preach their political agenda of anthropomorphic global warming to us, and hide data, falsify figures, fudge, cheat, mislead, and attack those who do not comport with their socialist power-grabbing mentality.
    Why don't you [ahem] shut the up once in a while?
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    Re: Einstein's Stupidity

    Quote Originally Posted by iamwil View Post
    I believe in Spinoza's God who reveals himself in the orderly harmony of what exists, not in a God who concerns himself with the fates and actions of human beings. (Albert Einstein)
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spinozism
    Thus Spinozism teaches a form of karma and ecology and supports this as a basis for morality

    Spinoza's doctrine was considered radical at the time he published and he was widely seen as the most infamous atheist-heretic of Europe.

    Spinozism is closely related to the Hindu doctrines of Samkhya and Yoga
    Spinozism, in which Einstein believed, is not really a religion. It is a philosophy and spiritualism.

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    Re: Einstein's Stupidity

    Quote Originally Posted by BorisZ View Post
    He did not believe in God. That is totally different from hating God. If you hate God that means that you still believe he exists.

    Einstein used "biggest blunder of my life" more than one time. One time he refereed to coining term "cosmology" and another to theory of Universe contracting/expending.
    I didn't know that Einstein was a referee.
    Interesting.

    And how does the universe "expend"?
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    Quote Originally Posted by BarackZero View Post
    I didn't know that Einstein was a referee.
    Interesting.

    And how does the universe "expend"?
    Nice job debunking his post. You really used some hardcore logic and intellectual finesse there. It's nice to see that you're actually trying to prove your point now instead of just pointing out typos and pretending like that somehow vindicates your arguments by itself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BarackZero View Post
    Einstein called it "the biggest blunder of my life."

    He almost got it right, Einstein did.

    When his relativity theory ultimately showed that there was a creation of the universe, Einstein detested the implication that God had made it. Einstein found his scientific finding so repulsive that he resorted to manipulation, rather like today's *scientists* who preach their political agenda of anthropomorphic global warming to us, and hide data, falsify figures, fudge, cheat, mislead, and attack those who do not comport with their socialist power-grabbing mentality.

    Yes, Einstein was so very brilliant that he divorced his wife. This was after he forbade her to ever enter his study, unless it was to bring him lunch. Genius of a man, this Einstein. Oh yes and an atheist too.

    Father Georges LeMaitre showed Einstein calculations derived from relativity theory that implied the Big Bang. LeMaitre called it the Primordial Atom, a truly excellent representation.

    Einstein said "Your mathematics is correct but your physics is abominable."

    It took some years for Einstein and the rest of the completely brilliant, but non-objective scientific world to come around to Father LeMaitre's side, but they all did.

    Why would Einstein make such an enormous blunder? He hated God, hated even the thought of God.

    THAT was Einstein's biggest blunder.

    It's a common blunder, even today.
    This doesn't make any sense. How long have you been stressing about this?

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    Another hate speech by Barrack. So what is your goal? Attempt to slander a long dead possible atheist? Or is it just science you hate? Afterall you seem to use ad hominum attacks against all areas of science.
    What do you stand for? is there anything positive or do you just like running around attempting to knock over other peoples sand castles because they have more detail than your own. (I really mean just attempting).

    However, you made an interesting blunder.

    most fundamental theist claim Einstein as there own. Especially creationists.

    So if your firmly removing one of the brightest minds of the 20th century from your religion. I guess you can go ahead. You have Kent hovinds dissertation now to fill the void.

    http://www.godandscience.org/apologe...l#9yuA846o4wL8

    http://www.vuletic.com/hume/cefec/7-13.html

    http://raycomfortfood.blogspot.com/2...s-beliefs.html
    (just look at his banner)

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    Re: Einstein's Stupidity

    Quote Originally Posted by LogicallyYours View Post
    Really???....Please attempt to support your bullshit. I need a good laugh.
    It is true that the Theory of General Relativity predicts that the universe had a beginning, but so did all theories of gravity before it.

    Isaac Newton was an intensely religious man. As well as birthing the field of physics and calculus, he spent much of his time studying the bible, looking for hidden meanings and patterns. Isaac Newton's theory of gravity also predicted that the universe had a beginning, and, like Einstein, he too rejected the idea. He wrote that occasionally the gods must intervene, and adjust the planets, such that the universe has existed forever (although, it was quite clear that he didn't really believe this. He was just pointing out what he saw as a deficiency in his theory.)

    The fact of the matter is that a universe with a finite life-span is very recent idea. Until Edwin Hubble observed galactic redshifts, everyone simply assumed that the universe had existed indefinitely. Even theists had assumed that God created it as it is today, not that there was a big bang 14.8 billion years ago. The idea, at the time, was completely unheard of. So when Einstein, like Newton, found that his equations predicted the universe was of a finite age, he assumed that he was wrong, and tried to adjust the equations to agree with what he thought was true. As Barack has pointed out, he later called this the biggest blunder of his life. (He was, after all, human. And personally I'm willing to forgive him a mistake or two.)

    Anyway, it turns out that the fudge-factor Einstein included was, to some extent, correct, although it has a different physical interpretation to what Einstein expected. His factor, the cosmological constant, is included in all modern models of the universe. There is still a big bang, but the cosmological constant plays an important role in how the universe has evolved over the past 14.8 billion years, and will play an even more important role in the future, as dark energy comes to dominate expansion.


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    Re: Einstein's Stupidity

    Correct, however, what Zero is trying to imply is, that Einstein's theory of relativity point to God. Which it did not.

    When his relativity theory ultimately showed that there was a creation of the universe, Einstein detested the implication that God had made it.
    On a side note, Zero calling Einstein "stupid" is amazing. Where is Zero's body of work? What are his accomplishments?
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    Re: Einstein's Stupidity

    Quote Originally Posted by LogicallyYours View Post
    Correct, however, what Zero is trying to imply is, that Einstein's theory of relativity point to God. Which it did not.



    On a side note, Zero calling Einstein "stupid" is amazing. Where is Zero's body of work? What are his accomplishments?
    Ahhh, yes. I don't believe the cosmological constant had anything to do with Einstein's theological position. And I agree, BarackZero calling Einstein stupid is both laughable and pitiable.

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    Re: Einstein's Stupidity

    Quote Originally Posted by PattyK View Post
    This doesn't make any sense.
    Ask your mommy to explain it to you, Patty.
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    Ask your mommy to explain it to you, Patty.
    This is actually kinda of funny. Barrack you of Blocked so many people that you are responding to random comments.

    This is what happens when you block all opposing opinions. You end up responding to random whispers.

    Even more interesting is that you skipped over my comment in about 5 threads and instead attacked random people.

    Did you finally have enough of me? =)
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