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Einstein's Phrase: Bowing Low at the Altar of Stupidity - The Blunders in the Physics Research (2009)

Deals with the blunders in the physics research in the spirit of Einstein's phrase: Bowing Low at the Altar of Stupidity.

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The big 'Oops!' of the great physicists: Newton-Einstein-Bohr. Newton tells us that there is ether, (Oops! Currently, we know that there is no ether), as the underlying medium that supports the propagation of light; similar to the waters of the ocean that support the propagation of the ocean waves. For Newton, Space and Time form the stage of the existence. If everything would disappear, (and in particular the human race), says Newton, the stage would still be there: Time, (the Time-world), can never vanish. Newton had died without ever knowing about his blunder. Now, he knows. Einstein tells us that if everything would disappear, the stage would disappear, too: Time, (the Time-world) would vanish. Einstein also tells us that our Universe goes from the everlasting to the everlasting, (Oops! Currently, we know that our Universe has the beginning), and adduces the cosmological constant. Experiments show that our Universe is expanding; Einstein reacts and refers to his cosmological ... Written by V. Alexander Stefan

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When you err, you are bowing low at the altar of stupidity.

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11 July 2009 (USA)  »

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Einstein used the phrase "bowing low at the altar of stupidity" whenever he would find himself in error, which was extremely rare. See more »

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