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Review of Roger Schlafly's "How Einstein Ruined Physics"

By Mark Green | The Occidental Observer

Was Albert Einstein the smartest man and the greatest scientist who ever lived? Millions believe so.

But Roger Schlafly takes a different view, downgrading the rank of the 20th- century's most revered scientist. Why? Schlafly presents compelling evidence that other leading physicists and mathematicians before and concurrent with Einstein made equally important breakthroughs in relativity theory and related fields. Further, Schlafly suggests that Einstein may have purloined some of his most famous insights.

What made Einstein so great? The official story goes this way: Albert Einstein, a young clerk in a Swiss patent office, single-handedly transformed physics from a static, three-dimensional science to a four-dimensional, mind-blowing, time-space universe via brilliant and solitary "thought experiments" involving gravity, motion, space and time. Einstein also made unprecedented inroads into understanding the nature of light and energy and was the first to comprehend the equivalence between energy and mass. Einstein's discoveries not only transformed modern physics but the way we view the universe.

Schlafly disagrees. "It is all a myth.  Einstein did not invent relativity or most of the other things for which he is credited."  Schlafly makes a very bold and persuasive case.

Roger Schlafly has an impressive grasp of his subject, having earned his degree in Electrical Engineering from Princeton and his Ph.D. in Mathematics from the University of California at Berkeley. He has taught at the University of Chicago and the University of California, Santa Cruz, where he now lives.

Schlafly can talk particle physics, special relativity and quantum theory with the best of them, analyzing vectors, bosons, string theory (which he detests), symmetry (to which he is drawn) and Kuhnian parading shifts (which he really really can't stand) and a host of other scientific conundrums. Schlafly's a bit of an "Einstein" himself, though he'd probably object to the term's usage as a yardstick of intelligence.

Schlafly reviews the impressive (though somewhat forgotten) contributions of the leading physicists and mathematicians during that bygone era. A short list of great figures includes French mathematician and Nobel laureate, Henri Poincare (whom the British philosopher, Bertrand Russell, called the greatest man that France ever produced), the pioneering Dutch physicist and Nobel laureate, Hendrik A. Lorentz, and Scottish physicist and mathematician James Clerk Maxwell. According to Schlafly, Maxwell first coined the term 'relativity' and created the first truly relativist theory of mass and energy. Maxwell wrote the massive, two-volume 1873 Treatise on Electricity and Electro-Magnetism that, in Schlafly's opinion, generated "the most important equations in the history of science."

Poincare's subsequent treatise on relativity provided theorems that were "mathematically identical to Einstein's," says Schlafly, and most of Poincare's work also preceded Einstein's. "Lorentz and Poincare had every major aspect of the theory [of relativity], and had published it before Einstein," he says.

Yet these towering scientific figures are mostly forgotten while Einstein's reputation has achieved demigod status. Why?


As a young man, Albert Einstein was not only living in a time of explosive growth in the science of theoretical physics, but his specialized employment as a physicist in a Swiss patent office gave him unique access to emerging scientific discoveries. During this time, Einstein became keenly aware of what constitutes intellectual property rights. Einstein's now-famous equation E=MC2, for instance, had actually been published by Olin to de Pretto in an obscure Italian journal two years before Einstein penned it, though Einstein claims he thought up the equation independently. Poincare as well, says Schlafly, published this equation before Einstein did.

Indeed, Schlafly contends that Einstein borrowed many ideas from others and claimed them as his own, including the postulate that the speed of light is constant as well as special relativity, the idea that energy and mass are interchangeable (E=MC2). "Einstein's understanding of special relativity...was inferior to Poincare's. On every essential part of special relativity, Poincare published the same idea years earlier, and said it better."

Surely you are joking, Mr. Schlafly!

This is no joke.

According to Schlafly, the timeline and breadth of discovery preceding Einstein's 1905 paper on special relativity is, at the very least, evidence of a far wider scientific process going on during this era than is commonly realized. This may explain why Einstein did not receive a Nobel Prize for this work on relativity, since he neither coined the term nor was first to advance the concept. In fact, H.A. Lorentz did receive a Nobel Prize for his work on relativity three years before Einstein's first papers on the subject appeared in 1905. It wasn't until 1921 that Einstein received a Nobel Prize, and it was primarily for his contributions to understanding the photoelectric effect.

All the same, three of Einstein's five papers that year (1905) are considered groundbreaking. But were the ideas exclusively his? Schlafly says they were not, and he provides a wealth of evidence to prove it.  Schlafly claims that Einstein repeatedly borrowed ideas from others without giving credit.

Schlafly demonstrates that the concept of motion and time being a 'fourth Dimension' preceded Einstein by well over a decade. H. G. Wells speculated on this concept in his 1894 novel, The Time Machine. That very next year, says Schlafly, Lorentz wrote a scientific paper where "he proposed the concept of local time in a moving object."  Poincare wrote a treatise in 1898 and another in 1900 exploring the relationship between motion and time.

Indeed, Schlafly cites the 2005 book Henri Poincare and Relativity Theory by Russian physicist A. A. Lugonov who also complains about how Einstein's acolytes have repeatedly over-praised Einstein and while overlooking the contributions of Poincare.

QuoteWe now know from publication of Einstein's letters that he failed to credit his first wife for help with special relativity, and refused to credit many others. His first wife [Marie Maric] was a physicist who collaborated with him on relativity. Later papers also frequently failed to credit his sources, and yet he wrote complaint letters when he did not get what he wanted. He used the news media to promote himself more than any other scientist of the day. For the rest of his life he continued to ignore his sources and the contributions of others.

Indeed, after winning the Nobel Prize, Einstein gave all the money he earned from the prize to his former wife (and physicist) Marie Maric. Some biographers claim however that this exchange was done so Einstein could win a divorce.

Because of what Schlafly sees as deft plagiarism, he asserts that "Einstein's 1905 paper is the most overrated paper ever written. No other paper has been so thoroughly praised, and yet be so dishonestly unoriginal". Einstein does definitely deserve scientific credit, he says, but it's mostly for refining the scientific ideas of others.

Ultimately, Schlafly's claims can only be settled by (impartial) historians of science, if they're out there. In the meantime, he proffers powerful evidence against the widely-held view that Einstein was alone in advancing these monumental scientific insights.

How Einstein Ruined Physics however is not just about Einstein the man, but how the world-changing findings in physics over the past century have produced an Einstein cult that continues to impact modern science negatively. In physics, says Schlafly, this has led to wasteful, un-falsifiable "top down" theorizing that often leads nowhere.

QuoteEinstein is the new Aristotle. Physicists love to ridicule Aristotle for his non-quantitative theory of physics, for his thought experiments, for his unsubstantiated realism, and for his (supposed) attempts to explain the world according to how he thought the world ought to be, instead of how it is. Most of all, they ridicule Aristotle followers for idolizing the master, and for blindly following what he had to say.

Aristotle was a great genius. [Aristotle's] reasoning was influential for well over a millennium. But Einstein's fame is based on the work of others, and his legacy is the pursuit of unscientific dreams. Now he is idolized more than Aristotle ever was, and his followers have created a subject more sterile than millennium-old Aristotelian physics.

Medieval monks are mocked for debating how many angels can dance on the head of a pin. They didn't really do that, but modern theoretical physicists write papers on topics nearly as silly. They write papers on alternate universes, black hole information loss, extra dimensions, and Boltzmann brains. Most of them are preoccupied with string theory, which has no connection to the real world. And they all say they are pursuing Einstein's dreams.

One popular bubble of misunderstanding that Schlafly pops is the 'mass-energy equivalence' that's expressed in the famous equation E=MC2. Schlafly argues that the equation itself suffers from widespread misunderstanding. The equation's relationship to the Manhattan Project of WWII (which produced the first atomic bomb) for instance, is one example:

QuoteE=MC2 is not even needed for the atomic bomb. [It] does not give any clue on how to split an atom, or how to create a nuclear chain reaction, or any of the other necessary steps to making an atom bomb. Relativity is not even needed to understand the energy release in a uranium or plutonium bomb, as the release can largely explained from electromagnetic considerations. ... Predictions about relativistic mass were being tested [by German physicist Walter Kaufmann] in 1901, before Einstein wrote anything about it.

And it was HG Wells, says Schlafly (not Einstein) who first published the idea of "atomic bombs."

Schlafly reminds us that Einstein spent most of his scientific life working on a "grand unified theory" of physics that never came to fruition, and says that many of today's physicists are similarly afflicted with an Einstein-like ambition to create a "paradigm shift" that would catapult them into scientific stardom.  This has damaged science, he believes, since it tosses aside the traditional practice of "observation-hypothesis-experimentation methodology" in favor of "elite intellectuals who insist on heaping the greatest praise on [often abstract] work with no measureable or rational advantages."

Though Schlafly makes only a handful of oblique references to Einstein's Jewishness, the veneration of Einstein by elite media and the academic world fits the guru phenomenon identified in The Culture of Critique in which Jewish intellectuals such as Freud, Boas and Trotsky become the focus of a cult following among Jews, just as charismatic rabbis were venerated among traditional Jews. This type of abstract theorizing that rejects observation-hypothesis-experimentation methodology is also reminiscent of the theorizing of Freud and the Frankfurt School: top-down theorizing in the absence of any empirical data.  Over the past generation, Freud's theories have been quietly and gently downgraded to a creative mix of quasi-scientific conjecture, sexual fantasy and therapeutic snake oil.

(These topics have been discussed previously on TOO.  Dan Michaels' "Ethnic Conflict in German Physics" describes hostility between Germans devoted to the observation-hypothesis-experiment method, whereas Jewish physics was "dogmatic, intuitive, overly abstract and theoretical." The Germans were also angry because "a number of Jews, domestic and foreign, who studied in Germany, were soon getting an exorbitant amount of publicity and credit for research that had been pioneered earlier by Germans and others." In his comment on Michaels' article, Kevin MacDonald notes similar phenomena in psychology, sociology, and biology, and he finds similar tendencies in traditional Jewish theology: "These groups saw the world through the lens of a non-falsifiable, abstract theological theory, and they were centered around charismatic rabbis, with heretics and other non-conformists expelled from the group.")

Jewish Sources

Schlafly has little to say about the overwhelmingly Jewish sources behind modern Einstein worship, though he does cite Disney, Time Magazine and the New York Times (three Jewish-dominated institutions) as examples of media conglomerates that aggressively market Einstein idolatry. In 1999 for instance, Time declared Einstein the "Person of the Century."  Einstein's popular status as the world's greatest intellect however should be viewed as something of a curiosity, since no other scientist in all of human history gets remotely comparable treatment. Are we to believe that Einstein's contributions to science surpass even Newton's? Or that "relativity" has altered humanity's view of the world (and religion) as much as Darwin's theory of evolution by natural selection? This is not credible.

Indeed, the various advances in modern physics authored by Einstein and others remain incomprehensible to 99% of the world. Why should people be enjoined to worship individuals whose achievements they don't even understand? After all, even though Einstein's discoveries (to whatever extent they were his) have benefited science and humanity, they have not been tangibly transformative in the lives of average people.

Does Einstein idolatry then serves other purposes? Schlafly does not say.

Besides Einstein, Schlafly takes aim at numerous esoteric theories now popular among many of today's theoretical physicists. This does not make How Einstein Ruined Physics a light read, unless subjects like sub-atomic particle theory is really your thing.  Make no mistake about it, this book is no substitute for an introductory course on physics. So if you do decide to read it, be prepared to encounter words and concepts involving quarks, bosons, leptons, vectors, fermions, quantum gravity, string theory (which Schlafly considers absurd and a waste of time) as well as super symmetry and the head-scratching paradigm of quantum mechanics.

As for the cultivation of Einstein's supreme reputation, Schlafly implicitly raises the question 'Why?" without attempting to answer it.

Schlafly proves decisively that Einstein was not without peers, and his personal life was far from saintly. In fact, according to two biographers (Roger Highfield and Paul Carter) Einstein was a serial philanderer who abandoned at least one of his children. Granted, Einstein's dalliances were not in the league of say, Dr. Martin Luther King's or even JFK's, but the wise professor was certainly no egoless saint, either.  Einstein fully enjoyed the sexual benefits of being a celebrity.

Has the larger-than-life dimension of Einstein's greatness been cultivated to convey meaning beyond the man?

Jewish Genius

Einstein is the most prominent Jewish scientist in history. And since his death over a half century ago, his status has grown. Einstein was also a self-described international socialist, anti-nationalist, and committed Zionist—thus representing views that were entirely mainstream among Jews during his lifetime. Schlafly reminds us that he was also a communist sympathizer and accuses him of being an egomaniac.

In a normal world, Einstein's disparate collection of sympathies and philosophies might present some lingering controversy. Scientific geniuses are not necessarily political ones. But in today's politically-correct universe, Einstein's positions (and contradictions) receive mostly unchallenged accolades. Einstein has become an untouchable icon as well as a monumental symbol of Jewish intellectual superiority. And adding to his stature, Einstein even "fled Nazi Germany." Actually, Einstein left Germany with absolutely no drama or difficulty, but who cares about such unimportant details.

Here's what an obsessively Jewish web site ( has to say about the pedigree and character of Albert Einstein:

Quote from: JewOrNotJew.comYou can have Leonardo da Vinci. We won't argue about Isaac Newton. Thomas Edison can take a hike. Archimedes, Pythagoras, Aristotle, Plato, and Socrates are all too ancient to be considered. Copernicus? Galileo? Descartes? No thanks. We have Albert Einstein ... the smartest man who ever lived.

The word "genius" gets thrown around so much today. That football coach is a genius! That movie director is a genius! Anyone who has an IQ over some number is a genius! The word's meaning is ever so diluted. But we're not here to argue about semantics, we're here to argue if someone is Jewish or not.

Albert Einstein: Genius. Jew.

But why such a high score for someone who was non-observant? All the proof you need is in Einstein's own quote, "A Jew who sheds his faith along the way, or who even picks up a different one, is still a Jew." Besides, anyone whose work was attempted to be discredited by the Nazis as "Jewish physics", anyone who was offered the presidency of Israel without being its citizen, anyone who has become a prototype for that overused word "genius", is clearly deserving of the perfect score.

Albert Einstein: Smartest Man Ever. Jew.

Clearly, the writers at are not only crazy about Jews, but they—like Einstein and the State of Israel—have embraced the racial definition of a Jew. As for the human race, they seem to have mixed feelings.

These race-worshipers would probably be on a government watch list (or under surveillance by the Southern Poverty Law Center) if they weren't Jewish.  But they are Jewish and isn't that great!

Einstein worship speaks volumes about Jewish identity, Jewish ethnocentrism, and contemporary Jewish power.  It also informs us about the state of American culture.

Mark Green is the former host of Flashpoint TV and editor of Persecution, Privilege & Power.  He lives in California.
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