To solve a problem from a well-known experiment, performed in 1887 and to which none had found
a solution during the remaining years of that century, Albert Einstein came up with a convenient
postulate. This wasn't enough, so he had to come up with ONE MORE!
Now, what is a postulate? If you don't understand how for example a pig has ended up
on the roof of a car, you may solve this riddle by coming up with a postulate claiming that,
during certain demanding moments in a pig's life, it can fly. And that would explain every pig
you see on top of car. "But", says somebody, we can't see those wings! Well, then we need one
more postulate, one that is claiming that those wings are invisible. After this demanding process
of sqeeizing fantasies out of a creative brain, we can impress people by describing these flying
pigs with mathematical formulas. Read about Albert's postulates in the book.
The result, from the young opportunist Albert E.'s postulates was a very farfetched
solution, and it was of course not accepted by the honest scientists of that time, who refused to
accept the emperor's new clothes. Einstein had not found a solution! He had created a solution!
The real scientists of those days must have felt both horror and disgust, during these difficult
years, when journalists with no scientific background made their living by spreading idéas about
photons and other idéas based on Lorentz´factor, that made people dream about "time travelling".
People believed in anything written. (Hopefully they believe this too!)
But as there were no alternative solution to the riddle from 1887 available when the last
critic had died, these strange idéas survived. And by the course of time these speculative idéas
has, as we know, become established facts. Todays scientists in this area are too brainwashed to
realize, that they have to take many steps back, and accept this book's solution to the enigma
from 1887. The solution is based on the available knowledge we possess today, and not only on the
knowledge available one hundred years ago.
The book is easy to understand. Even our so-called scientists would be able to absorb the content.
However, due to a combination of arrogance, pride, fear, lack of intelligence and the lack of what
should define a true scientist, namely the ability to do discoveries - they dare not to open this
book. They would rather continue their paid captivity in the fog and mist, without moving forward.
Their self-chosen task has been to defend and manage their road to nowhere.
The great battle of reason
The thruth undressed
In the Middle Ages, the "experts" believed that we were at the center of the universe.
And they still think so. This time by saying that we have the same distance in all directions to
the edge of the universe. That is, we happen to be right on the spot for the Big Bang. Human
intelligence may be good, but what good is it if the judgment has not improved! What does the
“elite" say, those who consider themselves to have a monopoly on the truth? And how do you reason?
Belief in the theories of relativity leads to the acceptance of the "curved space", which says that
the universe is shaped like an infinite "∞". How well does this form fit the Big Bang fantasies?
And what does the project team, which is building a three-dimensional model of the universe, say
about the curved space. Their model, which covers just over 10 billion light-years in all directions,
shows no sign of a curved space. The model has, with intensive mapping, been under construction for
several decades. They have had the latest technical aids to help them. What do you think of the
Big Bang? Are you too lazy, coward or afraid to think for yourself, and let others decide over the
truth? Remember that one of the Nobel laureates does not believe in the Big Bang either. So what
is your excuse, if you believe in these unproved theories?
But feel no guilt. Human genes, developed from herd animals, has for thousands of years made humans
to willingly constitute obedient hordes that has been exploited by high priests, and as easily
controlled zombies, humans have even witnessed human sacrifices. Our genes, which tell us that there
is security in togetherness, have not changed. Therefore, even the most sensible words from a single
man can not break the enchantment of the high priests. You can at most sow a few grains of doubt,
which are then trampled down, just to disappear into the dust. The high priests must themselves hang
off their mantle.