Einstein's modern doubters included renown cold fusion expert Eugene Mallove (1947-2004). In an article published
in Infinite Energy magazine, Mallove writes:
are many sources of technical critiques of Einstein's work, such as the dissident journals Galilean Electrodynamics, Physics
Essays, Apeiron, Journal of New Energy, etc., as well as books by thoughtful critics: Harold Aspden, Petr Beckmann, Peter
and Neal Graneau, Ronald Hatch, Herbert Ives, Thomas Phipps, Jr., and Franco Selleri, to name but a few.
There is even an organization, the Natural Philosophy Alliance (NPA), which holds regional and national meetings
devoted to critiquing modern physics, especially Einsteinian relativity. This community of dissidents and publications has
been completely ignored by a self-satisfied Physics Establishment, which preserves its power and prestige, in part by mystifying
veritable "scientific saints," such as Einstein and Stephen Hawking."
Electrical Engineer and author Robert L. Henderson:
"Einstein was perhaps the most irrational person ever to masquerade as a
mathematician or scientist. The book explains how all of Einstein’s impossible concepts of the world around us–as
well as his unintelligible attempts to mathematically express those concepts–became accepted solely through operation
of The-Emperor’s-New-Clothes syndrome: the most egregious example of this syndrome that has ever occurred."
Einstein himself, that great egomaniac, even admitted:
"No amount of experimentation can ever prove me right. A single experiment can prove me wrong."
This of course is a classic study in 'Negative
Proof Fallacy'. Evidently, St. Albert has never read the Sherlock Holmes stories of Arthur Conan Doyle. The legendary sleuth
"Never theorize before you have data. Invariably, you end up twisting facts to suit theories,
instead of theories to suit facts."
Einstein and The-Emperor’s-New-Clothes Syndrome: The Expose
of a Charlatan
Eugene Mallove / Sherlock Holmes
St. Albert put the conclusion first, followed it with elegant mathematics to "prove"
the premise, and then challenged his peers to disprove a negative. That's a tall order for anyone to fill.
But if there was one man could dethrone
such a cleverly crafted illusion, it was the great, and I mean great, Nikola Tesla. When once asked
by a sycophantic reporter how it felt to be the smartest man on Earth, Einstein himself replied, "I wouldn't know.
Ask Nikola Tesla".
Tesla's genius can only
be described as the stuff of "freak of nature". There is simply no exaggerating the depth of his scientific and
creative prowess. He was the greatest electrical engineer of all time and perhaps the greatest inventor as well. Tesla
is most well known for his invention of the AC power distribution system that we still use today.
Tesla was even greater than Edison.
A 1931 Time Magazine cover story (above left) revealed Tesla's disdain for Relativity. An excerpt:
Tesla, the man with seven hundred basic patents to his credit, who startled the world on a number of occasions in the past
by achieving what others had regarded as impossible, including the large-scale generation and distribution of alternating
current, yesterday treated the combined metropolitan press to a personally conducted tour of the labyrinthine laboratory of
his fertile mind.
Just a few of his inventions include the electric
(AC induction) motor, radio and wireless communication, electronic logic (the AND gate), charged particle beams, the rotating
magnetic field, flourescent lighting, and the vertical take-off and landing concept."
"And what exactly did this under-appreciated genius have to say about
and reaction are coexistent, it follows that the supposed curvature of space is entirely impossible ..Today's scientists have substituted mathematics for experiments, and they wander off
through equation after equation, and eventually build a structure which has no relation to reality. The scientists from Franklin
to Morse were clear thinkers and did not produce erroneous theories. The scientists of today
think deeply instead of clearly. One must be sane to think clearly, but one can think deeply and be quite insane."
St. Albert's Mathematical Masturbation
At times, Tesla's criticism
of Einstein was even personal in nature, suggesting that Einstein was not merely mistaken, but actually a fraud:
"Einstein is a beggar dressed in
purple clothes and made king using dazzling mathematics that obscure truth"...
is a massive deception wrapped in a beautiful mathematical cloak.”
theory of relativity is a mass of error and deceptive ideas violently opposed to the teachings of great men of science
of the past and even to common sense."
wraps all these errors and fallacies and clothes them in magnificent mathematical garb which fascinates, dazzles and makes
people blind to the underlying errors. The theory is like a beggar clothed in purple whom ignorant people take for a king.
Its exponents are very brilliant men, but they are metaphysicists rather than scientists. Not a single one of the relativity
propositions has been proved."
"Relativity is a beggar wrapped in purple whom ignorant people take for a King."