Sunday, 7 May 2017

Prisoner of a Mental Ghetto : The Talmudic Thinking of Albert Einsteinand The Trap of Science

I understand The Physics

I understand The Dead Cat

But... you... you can't really understand the physics without understanding the math. 

The math tells how it really works. 

That's the Real Thing; the stories I give you in class are just illustrative; they're like, fables, say, to help give you a picture. 

An Imperfect Model. 

I mean - even I don't understand The Dead Cat...

[ He doesn't understand it because he can't understand it - it requires transcendental thinking and a Dualist conception of the nature and the structure of creation (which is actually, ultimately to be found in the Qabbalah - but rejected by The Talmud.]

The Math is how it really works.

Relativity is Talmudic.

Quantum Physics is German or Taoist.

Prisoner of a Mental Ghetto : 
The Talmudic Thinking of Albert Einstein and The Trap of Science

Albert Einstein was not a fan of Quantum Mechanics. 

He was annoyed by the uncertain, random nature of the universe it implied (hence the famous quote "God does not play dice with the universe"). 

So, Einstein tried to develop a Unified Theory that would circumvent what he saw as Quantum Mechanics' "flaws". 

In this excerpt from the 2014 World Science Festival Program Dear Albert, Alan Alda and Brian Greene discuss Einstein's relationship with the "unruly child" of Quantum Mechanics, and how the famed physicist came up with the Special Theory of Relativity.

Original Program Date: May 28, 2014

An Analysis of the Psychopathology of Talmudic Thinking and the Ghettoised Mind.

This 24 min video exposes the fraud surrounding Relativity. 
True scientific research has been corrupted and mathematicians now dictate to astronomers what they want them to search for. 
Criticisms of Relativity are stifled and critics are marginalised and their careers threatened.

Teeth+Curls : 
To the rational mind nothing is inexplicable, only unexplained. 

So, explain to me how this TARDIS is larger on the inside than the out. 

Teeth+Curls : 
Hmm? All right, I'll show you. 
It's because insides and outsides are not in the same dimension. 

(Teeth+Curls gets two boxes from a cupboard.

Teeth+Curls : 
Which box is larger? 

That one. 

(Teeth+Curls places it on the time console then goes over to Leela with the other.

Teeth+Curls :  
Now which one is larger?

That one. 

Teeth+Curls :  
But it looks smaller. 

Well, that's because it's further away. 

Teeth+Curls : 

If you could keep that exactly that distance away and have it here, the large one would fit inside the small one. 



That's silly. 

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