couldn't they also have seen Mercury, and wasn't that a part of the expedition?... you'd, like, have to read a book or some thing, to find out. anyway, 100 IQ in Galton's scheme is just average; there is no way in hell, such a prolific *raconteur* as herr doktor-professor E., could have had and IQ of only seventeen twentieths of normal. perhaps, you are televising upon him.
see the recent book, _Einstein's Mistakes_.
you are an extremely crabby correspondent, making all kinds of silly assumptions about the past and the sciences -- the *quadrivium* or *mathematica*, at the minimum -- and unble to answer simple questions thereunto, or simply unable to read what is laboriously typed, in answer to your pathetically gigantic ego.
> > "atoms & their electrons in free space are all > > that is needed for the propogation of lightwaves."