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Re: Please listen with respect to Mr Banerjee, an vastly superior aristocratic mind indeed !!!
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Mar 29, 2010 8:03 AM


"Me, ...again!" <arthures@mv.com> wrote in message news:Pine.BSF.4.61.1003290753370.10054@osmium.mv.net... > > > On Mon, 29 Mar 2010, Arindam Banerjee wrote: > >> On Mar 29, 6:25 pm, Greatest Mining Pioneer of Australia of all Times >> <australia.miningpion...@neuf.fr> wrote: >>> On Mar 29, 2:37 am, "harmony" <a...@hotmail.com> wrote: >>> >>> >>> >>> >>> >>>> "Greatest Mining Pioneer of Australia of all >>>> Times"<australia.miningpion...@neuf.fr> wrote in message >>> >>>> news:4e2f6ae879774c5483cc0d1178237857@q16g2000yqq.googlegroups.com... >>>> On Mar 12, 1:43 pm, Romanise <josh...@gmail.com> wrote: >>> >>>>> On Mar 11, 9:07 pm, "Arindam Banerjee" <adda1...@bigpond.com> wrote: >>> >>>> Arindam Banerjee >>> >>>> *> Your Mathematician Woof Woof friend is disinterested in you total >>>> *> triump over Einstein on Usenet, it looks. >>> >>>> Einstein was a well documented Intellectual Thief, at the same >>>> underground level as Pasteur & Jenner by the way. >>>> Mr Arindam Banerjee is certainly right in debugging such Fraud ! >>>> Honour be paid to Mr Banerjee here ! >>> >>>> Sir JeanPaul Turcaud >>>> Founder of the True Geology >>> >>>>  >>>> could you back it up with proof. >>> >>> Dear Harmony, >>> >>> Mr Banerjee has all the proofs needed. I can provide some more if >>> needed. E = Mc² understanding was developed by Henri Poincarré for a >>> start ( and stolen by Einstein) , and as well Mr Poincarré corrected >>> Einstein math at Nancy, where Einstein went specially for it. >>> Best regards jpturcaud Hide quoted text  >>> >>>  Show quoted text  >> >> Dear JeanPaul, >> >> I am not sure what Einstein stole from Poincarre. > > Hi Arindam (and anyone else similarly interested), > > I have seen the titles of many books, and saw one book at a library, all > questioning Einstein's contributions as "borrowings" from contributions of > earlier workers. I am not an expert at this, but, yes. there is a whole > literature evaluating and judging Einstein's work as being less original > than most people accept. Once I started to google on this and you'll find > a lot. On the newsgroup: news.answers there was once a FAQ on Einstein's > works, too, also documenting and questioning his works. Again, it is not > an area I am interested in, but a lot of other people have done a lot of > work on this.
Which has nothing to do with the validity of the physics. Something that Arindam ignores in all his egoboosting bluster.



