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were tesla and einsteing really genius? #4113890 06/03/16 06:18 AM
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Ok I was looking at tesla and Einstein concept as a phi rain puzzle .
And someone will have to explain to why both guys work is incomplete ?like there is 33% of what's what missing ?didn't the atom exist back then?wasn't it known that there was an electron a neutron and proton .could any confirm or deny if they were aware of electron neutron or proton (or whatever they called it back then (if the division was renamed FBI I don't see why the atom wasn't named differently back then. Or did both of those genius ignored neutron because they tough was neutral and useless? I read some of the FBI stuff released . But I read it as a phi brain puzzle not as a are they wrong or right i don't care about that since both are wrong even if they knew how atom work they never got to try to use that way .this much is evident . Tesla was looking into ways to make the difference between negative and positive as great as possible , come on is this the best those two clown could come up with ? Gees . And einstein ?don't get me started modifying formula from Italian or other nation because you know a lot of langage isn't my idea of genius. Can any explain to me why when we try to connect the dot from what was known and what these guys knew there are huge hole or error . That even a non scientific like me can perceive hint of

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Re: were tesla and einsteing really genius? [Re: yvon_la] #4113896 06/03/16 06:28 AM
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This post is insane. Utterly bizarre.

My first, and perhaps only question: Why are you asking these questions? OK, one last question: What type of tin foil did you use when you constructed your hat?


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Re: were tesla and einsteing really genius? [Re: yvon_la] #4113900 06/03/16 06:32 AM
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Originally Posted By: yvon_la
Ok I was looking at tesla and Einstein concept as a phi rain puzzle .
And someone will have to explain to why both guys work is incomplete ?like there is 33% of what's what missing ?didn't the atom exist back then?wasn't it known that there was an electron a neutron and proton .could any confirm or deny if they were aware of electron neutron or proton (or whatever they called it back then (if the division was renamed FBI I don't see why the atom wasn't named differently back then. Or did both of those genius ignored neutron because they tough was neutral and useless? I read some of the FBI stuff released . But I read it as a phi brain puzzle not as a are they wrong or right i don't care about that since both are wrong even if they knew how atom work they never got to try to use that way .this much is evident . Tesla was looking into ways to make the difference between negative and positive as great as possible , come on is this the best those two clown could come up with ? Gees . And einstein ?don't get me started modifying formula from Italian or other nation because you know a lot of langage isn't my idea of genius. Can any explain to me why when we try to connect the dot from what was known and what these guys knew there are huge hole or error . That even a non scientific like me can perceive hint of


Excellent post and I agree completely shrug




Re: were tesla and einsteing really genius? [Re: yvon_la] #4113904 06/03/16 06:42 AM
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Nobody on this board can understand physics for you. Subsequently, If you don't get why Einstein, Tesla, Hawking...etc are geniuses then you probably shouldn't be questioning the merit of that title.


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Re: were tesla and einsteing really genius? [Re: yvon_la] #4113930 06/03/16 07:18 AM
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Originally Posted By: yvon_la
Ok I was looking at tesla and Einstein concept as a phi rain puzzle .
And someone will have to explain to why both guys work is incomplete ?like there is 33% of what's what missing ?didn't the atom exist back then?wasn't it known that there was an electron a neutron and proton .could any confirm or deny if they were aware of electron neutron or proton (or whatever they called it back then (if the division was renamed FBI I don't see why the atom wasn't named differently back then. Or did both of those genius ignored neutron because they tough was neutral and useless? I read some of the FBI stuff released . But I read it as a phi brain puzzle not as a are they wrong or right i don't care about that since both are wrong even if they knew how atom work they never got to try to use that way .this much is evident . Tesla was looking into ways to make the difference between negative and positive as great as possible , come on is this the best those two clown could come up with ? Gees . And einstein ?don't get me started modifying formula from Italian or other nation because you know a lot of langage isn't my idea of genius. Can any explain to me why when we try to connect the dot from what was known and what these guys knew there are huge hole or error . That even a non scientific like me can perceive hint of



My apology for being blunt but your post is remarkably ungrammatical and incoherent. If you want to be taken seriously with a question about two giants of intellectual achievement, please make the effort to string a few sentences together that make more sense (and do not look like the work of a 12 year old).

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Re: were tesla and einsteing really genius? [Re: yvon_la] #4113941 06/03/16 07:36 AM
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Pretty sure your account has been hacked and a bot is posting.

Bot needs to finish 5th grade English before contemplating physics. A little hint, these guys weren't contemporaries - and did you mean to compare Tesla and Edison? - These two weren't exactly into sub-atomic particles.


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Re: were tesla and einsteing really genius? [Re: yvon_la] #4113943 06/03/16 07:39 AM
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atom came from ancient Greek, about when they worked out the process of wear on the macro scale (chiseling, sawing, cutting, sanding and grinding) also worked on the micro scale, when people rubbed and kissed statues over time, the statue disappeared in the areas of contact.

atomus meant uncut or indivisible...they posited that fundamental particles that were indivisible were being removed.

Thus the word atoms...

They were wrong, atoms WERE divisible...and the major parts were themselves divisible.

They were also wrong, statues weren't debraded atom by atom, but in what are really macro particles and corrosion products.

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The OP is French Canadian, that he writes in English is more than I can do in French.

As to the content, well I can't say....


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Re: were tesla and einsteing really genius? [Re: yvon_la] #4113958 06/03/16 08:14 AM
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I'd love to hear your views on some other supposed science greats. What do you think of the guys in this list?

Carl Gauss
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Re: were tesla and einsteing really genius? [Re: yvon_la] #4113967 06/03/16 08:25 AM
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Yes they were geniuses. Thinking of AC current originally takes a genius, Tesla. Theory of relativity, takes a genius, Einstein. No one yet knows what things are made of and probably never will. Only the brain makes it possible to see, hear, and smell. Actually everything is dark, smell less, and quiet. It's a little hard to understand that. I saw it on PBS about the brain. We have no idea how any of it works. So don't be too hard on geniuses they do their best with what they have.

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There's "sort of" a direction to the OP.

I'd dedicate the next lecture to a "history of knowledge" timeline and see how may questions that'd answer.

Think of how difficult this would have been if he communicated using Morse code. Be grateful.

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Ok, they were genius, so basicly about 33% of knowledge is missing or was edited ? Why? They didn't understand those part and didn't want anybody else to understand it ? Men that's sad, I feel like another era , when a dude was killed because he said earth wasn't flat, ff a bit in time oups sorry we killed , you were right earth is indeed not flat (depending on your physical point of view


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