The Real Reason Why Einstein Became Famous

It wasn’t until just days ago that I finally came to the realization as to why Einstein became so famous. After almost three decades studying arguments against relativity including spending over 8 years making the documentary “Einstein Wrong”, I finally pinpointed exactly why the public put Einstein onto a pedestal.

Weaponizing the Flat Earth Movement

At first glance, the flat earth movement seems to undermine everything rational in science. Mainstream media and even dissident scientists like to point out how the flat earth movement is proof that the internet can spread scientific heresy to a gullible population. But there is a larger more nefarious agenda behind mainstream science’s attack on the flat earth movement and that attack is far far more dangerous than the “flat earth society” itself.

The Biggest Problem in Science Today

The biggest problem in science today isn’t our theories or models. It isn’t our universities or institutions. It isn’t our technology or need for the next “bigger” particle collider. It isn’t even the mainstream or dissidents. It is something much more insidious. Yet 99.99% of us are guilty of this and no one talks about it. But I’m going to talk about it today and better yet, I will tell you how I broke the habit of doing it myself.

Four Forces – A Dissident Perspective

It is probably the most sought after prize in physics. Einstein wanted it, everyone talks about it, and dissidents claim to have solved it. What is it? The unification of the four forces in nature. The latest in this quest for the “grand unification” has been quantum gravity or the unified field theory where physicists are trying to unify Einstein’s general relativity with the strong force inside the atom. So far, there has been little success with many candidate theories not passing the grade and having been debunked by the experiments during the last 10 years of the Large Hadron Collider.

The Impossible Photon

Light just may be the most important phenomena in the universe to life. It transmits information about the physical world around us and has fascinated we humans for thousands of years. But the biggest question about light still remains: what is it really? Mainstream science tells us that it is photon. Yet if you look at conventional descriptions, one quickly learns that the definition seems still very unclear.

Cracks in the Mainstream Are Showing

In the last few years, we have begun to see genuine cracks in mainstream science being openly published in mainstream media. Before, all we had to go on were immensely crazy articles about even more absurd concepts that left most of the critical thinkers and engineers shaking their heads and saying, “wake me up when you find something real”. Recently, two articles came out in mainstream media – one in the New York Times, and one in Scientific American – that illustrate the two types of articles we critical thinkers see as strong indications that Big Physics and Cosmology are in need of a major overhaul.

Critical Thought on the Black Hole Image

The hype for the latest “great scientific achievement” follows other recent “great scientific achievements” such as the detection of “gravity waves” and the confirmation of the Higgs Boson known as the “god particle”. These announcements are usually publicized weeks in advance in order to create maximum hype and peek interest in what quickly becomes irrelevant to society as a whole.

Cosmology Quest – Documentary Knocking Down the Big Bang

A group of renowned cosmologists and astrophysicist are in search of a realistic picture of the universe. Their research and observational discoveries point in a direction diametrically opposed to the predominant Bog Bang theory – this leads to a series of sociological situations that verge on the extreme dogma controls wielded against Copernicus and Galileo in the past; only now against our protagonists of the 21st century. This is a controversial science documentary touching on the nerve of everything astronomers and cosmologist claim they know about the universe today.