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Re: Einstein And Emperorís New Cloths

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Posted by silverana on November 30, 2000 11:03:00 UTC


everyone makes wrong judgements in their lives no matter how high ur IQ is ....
the one thing i admire einstein the most is his ability to confess his mistakes when confronted with experimental and mathematical evidence!
this is why he is soo highly and widely respected

although einstein may have gotten some of his ideas the rong way round, but his mind has contributed far more useful theories and proposals to the world of science than anybody else (maybe apart from newton) whihc all help us - the latter generations to gain a beta insight into the history and development of the unvierse!

i havent done as much research into personal achievements of sicentists as u hav, but i can assure u, even if lorenz was the first person to come up with those properties of light, einstein took an imperative step further to integrate them into our everyday lives in such a comprehensible way .... soemties ppl discover things, but dont possess the potential to use them effiently or make the rest of the world understand them , they deserve utter veneration, but the person whos able to achieve those two abilities the former fails to achieve deserves an equal amount of praise, if not more!!

u wouldnt b able to talk bout half of the stuff u wrote in ur post if it wasnt for einstein.....

.... if newton is the father of science .... einstein is definitely the godfather!!! if u respect and support science, respect and support einstein!!!

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