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1.0 out of 5 stars Albert Einstein and Olinto De Pretto: the true story of the world's most famous formula, 9 May 2013
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Hello Everyone, here is the back cover of a book that will be published someday, who knows, when I feel like it.
It's juicy, and it has implications in your fundamentals.

I added a comment that I think gives new clarity to complicated and murky political matters.

Read on. 

The theory (and practice?) of Albert Einstein, in his own words: "The secret to creativity is knowing how to hide your sources".

The true origin of E=mc2 is a forgotten Italian industrialist who published that equation in November 29, 1903. In this book you will learn that:

-The true origin of E=mc2 has nothing to do with relativity, it is deduced independently of relativity, relativity is of no use whatsoever.

-Olinto De Pretto published his formula in 1903 (Einstein published it in 1905) in a monograph presented to the Royal Veneto Institute of Sciences, Letters and Arts, with its correct physical interpretation.

-Einstein was a close friend of Italian engineer Michele Besso, whom he refers to in his famous 1905 article, and an uncle of Besso, Beniamino Besso, was acquainted with Olinto De Pretto's family.

-E=mc2 had its origins in the ether idea, precisely what Einstein sought to destroy all his life. The ether is a sea of particles that completely fills up the entire space, in which light waves propagate. Matter is also formed of ether particles, according to Olinto de Pretto (see also Paul LaViolette, "Subquantum Kinetics"). c, the velocity of light, which De Pretto names v, as Einstein did in his 1905 article, would be, hypothetically, the speed of the collisions between the ether particles which compose matter, and therefore the source of the energy it contains. The origin of E=mc2 is therefore the ether, the idea which is totally antithetical to Einstein.

-E=mc2 is derived from the formula that everybody learns in high school, the Newtonian kinetic energy formula E=mv2 /2, which gives the kinetic energy of a moving mass. E=mc2 is simply the energy of the collision between two equal ether particles moving at the speed of light, because the kinetic energy of each particle being given by E=mc2 /2, the energy of the collision between two such particles is E=(mc2 /2)x2, which is the same as the universally famous E=mc2. No more, no less.

Is Albert Einstein a purely journalistic creation? Is his standing as the owner of the secrets of the Universe totally fabricated by journalists?

After reading this book the dear reader will be more prepared to answer these difficult questions. In our society, it's journalists who choose who is glorified or treated like a criminal, it's journalists who choose who speaks to the people and who is totally ignored, and what is highlighted or hidden. It's journalists who give voice to the scientists, the politicians, the intellectuals, and it's journalists who silence whomever it pleases them.

Einstein has been completely glorified by them for over 100 years, and all the critics in the physics community reduced to a silence which varies between the terrified and the uncomplaining. Maybe this is the right time to start analysing the true origins of the Einstein phenomenon.
ADDENDUM: A quote from Louis de Broglie

And here is the prophetic bit, written in 1963:

"It seems very likely that the phenomena we can detect more or less directly at the microphysical level can be explained only by having recourse to a deeper level acting upon them. Along with Bohm and Vigier, we shall call this medium the 'subquantic medium'. One can say, metaphorically, that the indirectly observable microphysical level forms a kind of 'surface' of the hidden subquantic level."

If you simply replace "medium" with "ether", there you have it, the very illustrious de Broglie was a precursor. But these ideas had no journalistic favoritism...
9. de Broglie, L. Introduction to the Vigier Theory of Elementary Particles.
New York: Elsevier, 1963, p. 132.
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Initial post: 1 Aug 2013 21:22:31 BDT
Trimalchio says:
This really is utter twaddle. I assume that you have no qualifications in physics beyond the basic secondary school level?

Posted on 16 Aug 2013 13:09:28 BDT
CWP1956 says:
You've post rubbish purporting to be a review for two books, yet have posted the same bilge each time.

What is the point of that?
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