Monday, December 22, 2008

Too much of a coincidence. Letter auctioned for over $60G.

Science without religion is lame, religion without science is blind." So said Albert Einstein, and his famous aphorism has been the source of endless debate between believers and non-believers wanting to claim the greatest scientist of the 20th century as their own. This is from an article
on the net. I will give the source go to and read for yourself.
Was Einstein a plagiarist, forgetful as suffering from
Organic Brain Syndrome, or politically/economically pressured?
I do not know, but we can not take his WHOLE life out of perspective and context. Either way I probably would say something different publically if I borrowed from a source, and had economic/political pressure to deny the source. This does not even touch on a human desire to appear intelligent. Otherwise I would need to literally forget where I came from (Jewish root) . Unfortunately our public expressions in letters and statements to the politically controlled press can not adequately reflect the subconscious control we are under by "religious" sources, physical constraint by employers/funding sources for speaking engagements and mental force by spiritual control. In effect we have conflict of interest issues when we speak on these things. Sometimes humility is good. Sometimes it is good to say I do not know.

My belief is that Einstein's understanding of German was good. In reading the first five verses of the Word of God, and the placing of time in the denominator of all of his equations, he could have borrowed from the Torah. This is what makes the infinity and relativity! Relative to time in the denominator in physics! But where did his theory of time come from? What antedated time in the mind if Einstein ? Muse/Moses as Spiritual prophet of God , in saying that God divided/separated darkness from light (not necessary for God but man) and called (nomenclature) light day and darkness night (again only necessary for man creating time) proves too much of a coincidence! When we consider the separation of the atom and the importance of time in his theory, it is too much of a coincidence ! I believe Einstein plagiarized, forgot or was pressured to say different , from the German Tora the theory of relativity.
This was the gist of the letter. He should have given his source if he ever realized it in his subconscious as the Torah. He would have had to declare himself "religious" (as the world knew it then) instead of Spiritual (under a gifted relationship with God having the gift of knowledge as did Paul) . If he did not gain his theory from the Word and his knowledge for God he was incredibly lucky not intelligent. He did not believe in luck. I believe that his theory from a void (without- from Strong' 8414) was not from the void but based on sound science heuristically used retrospectively from the Word of God in these verses. Numbers are from Strong's Hebrew-Chaldee dictionary
For you the key words/numbers thanks to Mr. Strong, and the begining
of any heuristic pursuit in problem solving outside of self
Beginning (7225) - For whom if time is relative? Relative to what? God or man? Who created(1254) whom?
Spirit- 7307
Without Form - (8414)
SAID - (559)
Said/called/nomeclature/linguistically named - (7121)
Light -(216)- This is the first messianic and Christmas scripture and not of religion but of relationship. Will you see the light and accept Him as having been raised after He died for your sin?
New Testament RELATIVITY
Paul gives the statement in Colossians 1:17 And He Himself existed before all things,and in Him all things consist (cohere, are held together). The very same forces that Paul had in faith in are in Einstein " therorized". He also speaks of God creating the seen from the unseen and that the unseen has a hierchy greater than the seen. More on this later.
Those atomic forces that hold things together were later inappropriately sanctioned as punishment by religious-political forces against Japan and not Germany. How ironic!

Remember Relationship not religion yet good religion through Relationship

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