Until reading the following page, Birdman Bryant appeared to be a fair and objective observer, writer and researcher!
However, his request "above all to remove the anti-Jewish remarks which, whether true or not, are inappropriate in the present context", coupled with his acceptance of the insult of the real scientists who did the real research which Einstein plagiarized as "half-mad anti-Semitic ones during the Nazi years", confirms the worst suspicions: Birdman is a birdbrain jew.
Correspondence on "Einstein Was a Fraud"
To whom it may concern:
Thanks for your inquiry to the Niels Bohr
Library. I have looked at the article in question. It is completely without value. Of
course it is true that Einstein built on the work of his predecessors, and in his work, as
in the work of all scientists, one can easily trace ideas that were already present in one
or another form. Even the greatest scientific work consists largely of combining,
rethinking and clarifying concepts that are in the air. Einstein actually went
considerably beyond this. The paper has too many errors to be worth detailed analysis. Let
me just mention the first extremely ignorant error in it. This is the statement that
Maxwell already showed the constancy of the speed of light. Einstein's great contribution
(well, one of his many great contributions) was the fantastic hypothesis that the speed of
light is constant in all reference frames--something Maxwell literally could not conceive,
something that all other physicists of his time and down to Einstein's found almost
unthinkable, and yet something which every experiment has shown to be completely true.
To: Pastor VS Herrell From: John Bryant Re: Einstein article CC: various
Yesterday I sent an email message to about 10 experts in the history of science and/or relativity theory asking them to read the article Einstein Was a Fraud. I have received just 2 responses, both negative, tho one respondee seemed not to have read the article. The other response is given below. I am going to publish it along with the article, and I welcome your response, if you care to make one (If you do not, I will note the fact). I now have less confidence that the article is correct, so I urge you to put your article in proper scholarly form, to seek properly qualified individuals who will support you (or correct your errors), and above all to remove the anti-Jewish remarks which, whether true or not, are inappropriate in the present context. -jb