Einstein and The-Emperor’s-New-Clothes Syndrome: The Expose of a Charlatan
Robert L. Henderson
BookSurge Publishing, 2007 – Amazon
The purpose of this book is to explain how, through a strange set of circumstances, Albert Einstein became hailed as both the greatest
scientist of all time and the greatest man of the 20th century. This is particularly puzzling since he was perhaps the most irrational person ever to masquerade as a mathematician or scientist. The book explains how all of Einstein’s impossible concepts of the world around us–as well as his unintelligible attempts to mathematically express those concepts–became accepted solely through operation of The-Emperor’s-New-Clothes syndrome: the most egregious example of this syndrome that has ever occurred.
About the Author
The author was an electronic engineering graduate of the University of Arizona in 1950. He worked for 10 years at RCA and Motorola as a design engineer in their Government Electronics Divisions, working on the design of guided missile electronic systems. He spent the next 23 years employed by the Arizona Public Service Company as supervisor of their Electronics Systems Engineering Department, overseeing the design and procurement of microwave communication equipment and power plant digital-dispatching computer systems. In addition, the author spent some 40 years studying the works of Einstein, which led him to the conclusion that rather than being the greatest scientist of all time, Einstein was the most irrational person ever to masquerade as a mathematician or scientist, a finding that compelled the author to write the book Einstein and The-Emperor’s-New-Clothes Syndrome: The Exposé of a Charlatan.
- 8. November 2012