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So, we are clear now? Einstein never proved E=mc^2 is due to loss of mass.
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The Starmaker
2019-07-06 21:59:39 UTC
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Okay, you got both patents described...but what about Albert Einstein's actual bomb? You know, the one where mentions about:

"A single bomb of this

type, carried by boat and exploded in a port, might very well destroy

the whole port together with some of the surrounding territory. However,

such bombs might very well prove to be too heavy for transportation by

air. " - Albert Einstein


https://hypertextbook.com/eworld/einstein/#first



What kind of "A single bomb of this type, ..." did Albert Einstein had in mind? What kind of picture did he had in ...mind?


Like everything else, he had to come up with the design (and pass it on to the U.S.A. and the Russians)

he had to design "the Little Boy" so that ("...too heavy for transportation by

air. ")

it had to be big and heavy...and "destroy" the "surrounding territory.

What did the "the little boy, or Fat Man" looked like in Albert Einstein's mind? ...






What if I told you the little boy bomb/fatman bomb design that was passed onto the Russians ..Albert Einstein's has the *same* design (his own hand drawn design of the bomb , on his letterhead paper, and his signature) sounds fantastic?)?



to be continued...
just for your information..
Albert Einstein was the master Spy passing nucleur secrets to the Russians...
he use different methods..
one way was creating patents
and giving it different names, so
that the Russians would look up the patent
and get the secrets for building the bomb.
In other words...this patent for a BLOUSE
is not really a blouse...
https://patents.google.com/patent/USD101756?oq=Albert+Einstein+blouse
https://patents.google.com/patent/US1781541?oq=einstein
https://patents.google.com/patent/AT133386B/en?inventor=Albert+Einstein
"PATENT CLAIMS: 1. compressor for refrigerating equipment, in which the
vapor of the refrigerant is compressed directly or indirectly by an
operating fluid, characterized in that the working fluid <Desc / CLMS
Page number 4> an alkali metal, eg. For example, potassium or sodium, or
an alloy of alkali metals, eg. As a potassium sodium alloy."
iow: Einstein invented a compressor, which operated on the foundation of
molten alkali metals like sodium or potassium.
Certainly molten sodium is not the stuff you want to have in your home.
But why and where are molten alkali metals used today?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liquid_metal_cooled_reactor
TH
...
https://patentimages.storage.googleapis.com/53/e9/74/2cde176701fab8/US1781541.pdf
When you look at the numbered parts of Einstein's REFRIDERATION patent (outline drawing),
https://patentimages.storage.googleapis.com/53/e9/74/2cde176701fab8/US1781541.pdf
Number 28: (rectangle outline drawing) is a Light-water reactor/heatexchange
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Number 33: is the Turbine
Number 29: is the Steam Generator
Number 26: is the Condensor
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Light-water_reactor
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or do a google image search for "nuclear reactor drawings"
http://images.google.com/
what Albert Einstien has enablement from his refrideration patent...
it's the first nucleur reactor.
(not counting the sun)
Now, are you ready for 'what really is' Einstein's Blouse????
https://patentimages.storage.googleapis.com/96/32/09/16c58837767d66/USD101756.pdf
(all those buttons might give a clue) (A long side openning, B buttons at the waist)
You still haven't figured it out yet???? You need another clue? The reason why the buttons are on the waist, is because
the fabric of the "BLOUSE" is soooo thick you cannot sew buttons on it. So the only way to button it is with a thin band fabric
around the waist.
(if you read my book you would've already know what it is)
...and if the fabric was so thick, that in turn explains why (A long side openning,...) ...you need air to keep cool from sweating too much.
https://patentimages.storage.googleapis.com/96/32/09/16c58837767d66/USD101756.pdf
Keep in mind Albert Einstein spent his whole life in the construction of the atomic bomb, so he was resposible to make sure everyone had
all they needed to get it built.
never before talked about
never before mentioned
never before posted on the internet
or written about anywhere else on Earth.... except me.
this patent you see here patented by Albert Einstein reads on top "BLOUSE"
https://www.google.com/patents/USD101756
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It is not a Blouse, or a woman's blouse...
What it is that nobody ever told you is...simply,
Albert Einstein was building an atomic bomb...
and providing all the necessary details to have it built...
and one of the things that came up was...
"How do you shield yourself from the radiation?"
So, Albert Einstein designed and patented a radiation protective blouse.
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Hey Look! Somebody is infringing on Albert Einstein's Patent! Sue them!!!
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patent trolls....
A 'BLOUSE' give me a break....
https://patentimages.storage.googleapis.com/pages/USD101756-0.png
it's a radiation protective blouse!
The Starmaker
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The Starmaker
2019-07-08 06:39:10 UTC
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"A single bomb of this
type, carried by boat and exploded in a port, might very well destroy
the whole port together with some of the surrounding territory. However,
such bombs might very well prove to be too heavy for transportation by
air. " - Albert Einstein
https://hypertextbook.com/eworld/einstein/#first
What kind of "A single bomb of this type, ..." did Albert Einstein had in mind? What kind of picture did he had in ...mind?
Like everything else, he had to come up with the design (and pass it on to the U.S.A. and the Russians)
he had to design "the Little Boy" so that ("...too heavy for transportation by
air. ")
it had to be big and heavy...and "destroy" the "surrounding territory.
What did the "the little boy, or Fat Man" looked like in Albert Einstein's mind? ...
What if I told you the little boy bomb/fatman bomb design that was passed onto the Russians ..Albert Einstein's has the *same* design (his own hand drawn design of the bomb , on his letterhead paper, and his signature) sounds fantastic?)?
This is the bomb secret passed to the Russians
https://twitter.com/Starmaker111/status/1148116464483721216/photo/1

This is Albert Einstein's hand drawing of a bomb on his letterhead that he personally drew...
https://twitter.com/Starmaker111/status/1148117257215606786/photo/1
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Helmut Wabnig
2019-07-08 10:04:46 UTC
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"A single bomb of this
type, carried by boat and exploded in a port, might very well destroy
the whole port together with some of the surrounding territory. However,
such bombs might very well prove to be too heavy for transportation by
air. " - Albert Einstein
https://hypertextbook.com/eworld/einstein/#first
What kind of "A single bomb of this type, ..." did Albert Einstein had in mind? What kind of picture did he had in ...mind?
Like everything else, he had to come up with the design (and pass it on to the U.S.A. and the Russians)
he had to design "the Little Boy" so that ("...too heavy for transportation by
air. ")
it had to be big and heavy...and "destroy" the "surrounding territory.
What did the "the little boy, or Fat Man" looked like in Albert Einstein's mind? ...
What if I told you the little boy bomb/fatman bomb design that was passed onto the Russians ..Albert Einstein's has the *same* design (his own hand drawn design of the bomb , on his letterhead paper, and his signature) sounds fantastic?)?
This is the bomb secret passed to the Russians
https://twitter.com/Starmaker111/status/1148116464483721216/photo/1
This is Albert Einstein's hand drawing of a bomb on his letterhead that he personally drew...
https://twitter.com/Starmaker111/status/1148117257215606786/photo/1
Stari, this last one rather looks like a dildo.

Are you sure it depicts a bomb?


w.
Keith Stein
2019-07-08 11:30:33 UTC
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This is Albert Einstein's hand drawing of a bomb on his letterhead that he personally drew...
https://twitter.com/Starmaker111/status/1148117257215606786/photo/1
Stari, this last one rather looks like a dildo.
Are you sure it depicts a bomb?
The Starmaker
2019-07-08 17:28:28 UTC
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Post by The Starmaker
"A single bomb of this
type, carried by boat and exploded in a port, might very well destroy
the whole port together with some of the surrounding territory. However,
such bombs might very well prove to be too heavy for transportation by
air. " - Albert Einstein
https://hypertextbook.com/eworld/einstein/#first
What kind of "A single bomb of this type, ..." did Albert Einstein had in mind? What kind of picture did he had in ...mind?
Like everything else, he had to come up with the design (and pass it on to the U.S.A. and the Russians)
he had to design "the Little Boy" so that ("...too heavy for transportation by
air. ")
it had to be big and heavy...and "destroy" the "surrounding territory.
What did the "the little boy, or Fat Man" looked like in Albert Einstein's mind? ...
What if I told you the little boy bomb/fatman bomb design that was passed onto the Russians ..Albert Einstein's has the *same* design (his own hand drawn design of the bomb , on his letterhead paper, and his signature) sounds fantastic?)?
This is the bomb secret passed to the Russians
https://twitter.com/Starmaker111/status/1148116464483721216/photo/1
This is Albert Einstein's hand drawing of a bomb on his letterhead that he personally drew...
https://twitter.com/Starmaker111/status/1148117257215606786/photo/1
Stari, this last one rather looks like a dildo.
Are you sure it depicts a bomb?
w.
The geometrics are both the same...Yes, Albert Einstein hand drew that bomb on his letterhead and signed it with his John Handcock.


Albert Einstein uses 'outline' drawings, like a storyboard or the way they draw comic books. You do the main outline drawing, someone else inks it in, someone else colors it.


also, here is Albert Einstein's nuclear reactor

https://twitter.com/Starmaker111/status/1148279328121090048/photo/1

https://twitter.com/Starmaker111/status/1148280108349714434/photo/1

https://twitter.com/Starmaker111/status/1148280696122699778/photo/1


the principle is the same. All nuclear reactors stem from Albert Einsteins's nuclear...(patented by Albert Einstein)
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The Starmaker
2019-07-10 16:14:03 UTC
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I also have another drawing by Albert Einstein of a bomb he designed
that appears to be an...H-bomb.
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Post by Helmut Wabnig
On Sun, 07 Jul 2019 23:39:10 -0700, The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
"A single bomb of this
type, carried by boat and exploded in a port, might very well destroy
the whole port together with some of the surrounding territory. However,
such bombs might very well prove to be too heavy for transportation by
air. " - Albert Einstein
https://hypertextbook.com/eworld/einstein/#first
What kind of "A single bomb of this type, ..." did Albert Einstein had in mind? What kind of picture did he had in ...mind?
Like everything else, he had to come up with the design (and pass it on to the U.S.A. and the Russians)
he had to design "the Little Boy" so that ("...too heavy for transportation by
air. ")
it had to be big and heavy...and "destroy" the "surrounding territory.
What did the "the little boy, or Fat Man" looked like in Albert Einstein's mind? ...
What if I told you the little boy bomb/fatman bomb design that was passed onto the Russians ..Albert Einstein's has the *same* design (his own hand drawn design of the bomb , on his letterhead paper, and his signature) sounds fantastic?)?
This is the bomb secret passed to the Russians
https://twitter.com/Starmaker111/status/1148116464483721216/photo/1
This is Albert Einstein's hand drawing of a bomb on his letterhead that he personally drew...
https://twitter.com/Starmaker111/status/1148117257215606786/photo/1
Stari, this last one rather looks like a dildo.
Are you sure it depicts a bomb?
w.
The geometrics are both the same...Yes, Albert Einstein hand drew that bomb on his letterhead and signed it with his John Handcock.
Albert Einstein uses 'outline' drawings, like a storyboard or the way they draw comic books. You do the main outline drawing, someone else inks it in, someone else colors it.
also, here is Albert Einstein's nuclear reactor
https://twitter.com/Starmaker111/status/1148279328121090048/photo/1
https://twitter.com/Starmaker111/status/1148280108349714434/photo/1
https://twitter.com/Starmaker111/status/1148280696122699778/photo/1
the principle is the same. All nuclear reactors stem from Albert Einsteins's nuclear...(patented by Albert Einstein)
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The Starmaker
2019-07-11 06:57:31 UTC
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As you can see by looking at Albert Einstein's design for a bomb it appears to look like an H-Bomb.

https://twitter.com/Starmaker111/status/1149209972770607104/photo/1

https://twitter.com/Starmaker111/status/1149209972770607104/photo/2


https://twitter.com/Starmaker111/status/1149209972770607104/photo/3
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I also have another drawing by Albert Einstein of a bomb he designed
that appears to be an...H-bomb.
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Post by Helmut Wabnig
On Sun, 07 Jul 2019 23:39:10 -0700, The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
"A single bomb of this
type, carried by boat and exploded in a port, might very well destroy
the whole port together with some of the surrounding territory. However,
such bombs might very well prove to be too heavy for transportation by
air. " - Albert Einstein
https://hypertextbook.com/eworld/einstein/#first
What kind of "A single bomb of this type, ..." did Albert Einstein had in mind? What kind of picture did he had in ...mind?
Like everything else, he had to come up with the design (and pass it on to the U.S.A. and the Russians)
he had to design "the Little Boy" so that ("...too heavy for transportation by
air. ")
it had to be big and heavy...and "destroy" the "surrounding territory.
What did the "the little boy, or Fat Man" looked like in Albert Einstein's mind? ...
What if I told you the little boy bomb/fatman bomb design that was passed onto the Russians ..Albert Einstein's has the *same* design (his own hand drawn design of the bomb , on his letterhead paper, and his signature) sounds fantastic?)?
This is the bomb secret passed to the Russians
https://twitter.com/Starmaker111/status/1148116464483721216/photo/1
This is Albert Einstein's hand drawing of a bomb on his letterhead that he personally drew...
https://twitter.com/Starmaker111/status/1148117257215606786/photo/1
Stari, this last one rather looks like a dildo.
Are you sure it depicts a bomb?
w.
The geometrics are both the same...Yes, Albert Einstein hand drew that bomb on his letterhead and signed it with his John Handcock.
Albert Einstein uses 'outline' drawings, like a storyboard or the way they draw comic books. You do the main outline drawing, someone else inks it in, someone else colors it.
also, here is Albert Einstein's nuclear reactor
https://twitter.com/Starmaker111/status/1148279328121090048/photo/1
https://twitter.com/Starmaker111/status/1148280108349714434/photo/1
https://twitter.com/Starmaker111/status/1148280696122699778/photo/1
the principle is the same. All nuclear reactors stem from Albert Einsteins's nuclear...(patented by Albert Einstein)
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The Starmaker
2019-07-15 16:29:55 UTC
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Post by The Starmaker
"A single bomb of this
type, carried by boat and exploded in a port, might very well destroy
the whole port together with some of the surrounding territory. However,
such bombs might very well prove to be too heavy for transportation by
air. " - Albert Einstein
https://hypertextbook.com/eworld/einstein/#first
What kind of "A single bomb of this type, ..." did Albert Einstein had in mind? What kind of picture did he had in ...mind?
Like everything else, he had to come up with the design (and pass it on to the U.S.A. and the Russians)
he had to design "the Little Boy" so that ("...too heavy for transportation by
air. ")
it had to be big and heavy...and "destroy" the "surrounding territory.
What did the "the little boy, or Fat Man" looked like in Albert Einstein's mind? ...
What if I told you the little boy bomb/fatman bomb design that was passed onto the Russians ..Albert Einstein's has the *same* design (his own hand drawn design of the bomb , on his letterhead paper, and his signature) sounds fantastic?)?
This is the bomb secret passed to the Russians
https://twitter.com/Starmaker111/status/1148116464483721216/photo/1
This is Albert Einstein's hand drawing of a bomb on his letterhead that he personally drew...
https://twitter.com/Starmaker111/status/1148117257215606786/photo/1
Stari, this last one rather looks like a dildo.
Well, you cannot criticize Einstein drawing style or artistic ability since people with Einstein's type of autism one symptom is not good at making ...drawings.
Post by Helmut Wabnig
Are you sure it depicts a bomb?
if you read his writing you can see words like...explosives, etc.

https://twitter.com/Starmaker111/status/1149209972770607104/photo/1


Come on already with this silliness..Albert Einstein had only one goal in life..to build an atomic bomb. His whole life is about bombs.

(he even uses the word relative when he describes bombs, i don't know if that is relative, or revelant, or...)
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2019-07-16 18:07:55 UTC
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"A single bomb of this
type, carried by boat and exploded in a port, might very well destroy
the whole port together with some of the surrounding territory. However,
such bombs might very well prove to be too heavy for transportation by
air. " - Albert Einstein
https://hypertextbook.com/eworld/einstein/#first
What kind of "A single bomb of this type, ..." did Albert Einstein had in mind? What kind of picture did he had in ...mind?
Like everything else, he had to come up with the design (and pass it on to the U.S.A. and the Russians)
he had to design "the Little Boy" so that ("...too heavy for transportation by
air. ")
it had to be big and heavy...and "destroy" the "surrounding territory.
Now, how did Albert Einstein *know* that

"..such bombs might very well prove to be too heavy for transportation by air. " - Albert Einstein?


I mean, I understand it's Einstein's responsibility to provide all the information to build an atomic bomb, including all
knowledge needed to have it built...but how did Albert Einstein *know* that it would prove to be too heavy for transportation by air?


(well, they don't call him Einstein for nothin..)

He knew..that it would prove to be too heavy for transportation by air...because

Albert Einstein used to design war planes for the Germans.

(i bet you didn't know that.)

Certaintly, a person who designs airplanes would know
that it would prove to be too heavy for transportation by air.


Leo Szilard would ask Einstein, "HOW DO YOU KNOW THIS FUCKIN STUFF????" "What are you some kind of fuckin Einstein or somethinmg???"
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The Starmaker
2019-07-16 19:42:50 UTC
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Post by The Starmaker
"A single bomb of this
type, carried by boat and exploded in a port, might very well destroy
the whole port together with some of the surrounding territory. However,
such bombs might very well prove to be too heavy for transportation by
air. " - Albert Einstein
https://hypertextbook.com/eworld/einstein/#first
What kind of "A single bomb of this type, ..." did Albert Einstein had in mind? What kind of picture did he had in ...mind?
Like everything else, he had to come up with the design (and pass it on to the U.S.A. and the Russians)
he had to design "the Little Boy" so that ("...too heavy for transportation by
air. ")
it had to be big and heavy...and "destroy" the "surrounding territory.
Now, how did Albert Einstein *know* that
"..such bombs might very well prove to be too heavy for transportation by air. " - Albert Einstein?
I mean, I understand it's Einstein's responsibility to provide all the information to build an atomic bomb, including all
knowledge needed to have it built...but how did Albert Einstein *know* that it would prove to be too heavy for transportation by air?
(well, they don't call him Einstein for nothin..)
He knew..that it would prove to be too heavy for transportation by air...because
Albert Einstein used to design war planes for the Germans.
(i bet you didn't know that.)
Certaintly, a person who designs airplanes would know
that it would prove to be too heavy for transportation by air.
Leo Szilard would ask Einstein, "HOW DO YOU KNOW THIS FUCKIN STUFF????" "What are you some kind of fuckin Einstein or somethinmg???"
But what about 'this heavy bomb', the acutal little/fat boy bomb...what does it look like inside.. in Albert Einstein's mind?

Since Albert Einstein was constructing the atomic bomb, he had to know what goes 'inside' it, and what it looks like and
pass that information to those helping him built the bomb itself. Where did he get that info?

The answer is easy...he did a patent search, found one and infringed on the patent.


I'll post a picture of the inside of an atomic bomb, and a picture of the patent Albert Einstein stole it from.



(hey, albert einstein spent 10 years working at the patent office and thinking about atomic bombs, by the time he left he had
all the info he needed to ...make it happen.)
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2019-07-16 21:48:30 UTC
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"A single bomb of this
type, carried by boat and exploded in a port, might very well destroy
the whole port together with some of the surrounding territory. However,
such bombs might very well prove to be too heavy for transportation by
air. " - Albert Einstein
https://hypertextbook.com/eworld/einstein/#first
What kind of "A single bomb of this type, ..." did Albert Einstein had in mind? What kind of picture did he had in ...mind?
Like everything else, he had to come up with the design (and pass it on to the U.S.A. and the Russians)
he had to design "the Little Boy" so that ("...too heavy for transportation by
air. ")
it had to be big and heavy...and "destroy" the "surrounding territory.
Now, how did Albert Einstein *know* that
"..such bombs might very well prove to be too heavy for transportation by air. " - Albert Einstein?
I mean, I understand it's Einstein's responsibility to provide all the information to build an atomic bomb, including all
knowledge needed to have it built...but how did Albert Einstein *know* that it would prove to be too heavy for transportation by air?
(well, they don't call him Einstein for nothin..)
He knew..that it would prove to be too heavy for transportation by air...because
Albert Einstein used to design war planes for the Germans.
(i bet you didn't know that.)
Certaintly, a person who designs airplanes would know
that it would prove to be too heavy for transportation by air.
Leo Szilard would ask Einstein, "HOW DO YOU KNOW THIS FUCKIN STUFF????" "What are you some kind of fuckin Einstein or somethinmg???"
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The atomic "FAT BOMP'' Was easy to carry by a 29. Einstein gave the equation E=MC^2 but never did Lab work.Openheimer is father of A Bomb and Teller the H bomb.All Jewish science people that fled Germany.Fermi built the means to make plutonium.Feynman did the math.Truman gave the OK to use it.Oppenheimer wanted to wait.He got in truble over this.Letter given the Peace Medal. Now if Iran with its God Allah is not stopped right now w wll all be dead before we hit the ground.Only microbe to be fo
Fermi fled Italy because his wife was Jewish! Mussolini shot himself in the foot the same as Hitler!
Double-A
Fermi was a bonified fascist...so he had to get out...fascism is the samething as nazism. All those friends of einstein were commies or worse. And Albert Einstein was the biggest commie in the world at the time.


And Germans kill commies. They put commies in concentration camps. They even went to war with russia, the commie country. The only good commie is a dead commie.

(if you check the locations of most of the concentration capms, you will find they were located in occupied russia at the time. The concentration camps were put in occupied russia to
send a message to the russians..."Look at what we do to commies.")


There was no holocaust, it was a commiecaust! stupid.
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2019-07-17 05:24:01 UTC
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"A single bomb of this
type, carried by boat and exploded in a port, might very well destroy
the whole port together with some of the surrounding territory. However,
such bombs might very well prove to be too heavy for transportation by
air. " - Albert Einstein
https://hypertextbook.com/eworld/einstein/#first
What kind of "A single bomb of this type, ..." did Albert Einstein had in mind? What kind of picture did he had in ...mind?
Like everything else, he had to come up with the design (and pass it on to the U.S.A. and the Russians)
he had to design "the Little Boy" so that ("...too heavy for transportation by
air. ")
it had to be big and heavy...and "destroy" the "surrounding territory.
Now, how did Albert Einstein *know* that
"..such bombs might very well prove to be too heavy for transportation by air. " - Albert Einstein?
I mean, I understand it's Einstein's responsibility to provide all the information to build an atomic bomb, including all
knowledge needed to have it built...but how did Albert Einstein *know* that it would prove to be too heavy for transportation by air?
(well, they don't call him Einstein for nothin..)
He knew..that it would prove to be too heavy for transportation by air...because
Albert Einstein used to design war planes for the Germans.
(i bet you didn't know that.)
Certaintly, a person who designs airplanes would know
that it would prove to be too heavy for transportation by air.
Leo Szilard would ask Einstein, "HOW DO YOU KNOW THIS FUCKIN STUFF????" "What are you some kind of fuckin Einstein or somethinmg???"
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The atomic "FAT BOMP'' Was easy to carry by a 29. Einstein gave the equation E=MC^2 but never did Lab work.Openheimer is father of A Bomb and Teller the H bomb.All Jewish science people that fled Germany.Fermi built the means to make plutonium.Feynman did the math.Truman gave the OK to use it.Oppenheimer wanted to wait.He got in truble over this.Letter given the Peace Medal. Now if Iran with its God Allah is not stopped right now w wll all be dead before we hit the ground.Only microbe to be
Fermi fled Italy because his wife was Jewish! Mussolini shot himself in the foot the same as Hitler!
Double-A
Fermi was a bonified fascist...so he had to get out...fascism is the samething as nazism. All those friends of einstein were commies or worse. And Albert Einstein was the biggest commie in the world at the time.
And Germans kill commies. They put commies in concentration camps. They even went to war with russia, the commie country. The only good commie is a dead commie.
(if you check the locations of most of the concentration capms, you will find they were located in occupied russia at the time. The concentration camps were put in occupied russia to
send a message to the russians..."Look at what we do to commies.")
There was no holocaust, it was a commiecaust! stupid.
Why do you think Albert Einstein fled Germany? Cause he was the biggest commie in the VORLD!!!!


If you're running Germany, first order of businesss is...get rid of all the commies.


(It is my understanding we should have been on Germany's side when they started a war with Russia.)
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2019-07-17 05:09:48 UTC
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...it's Einstein's responsibility to provide all the information to build an atomic bomb, including all
knowledge needed to have it built
A complete fabrication on your part. I offer this as evidence...
https://www.forbes.com/sites/quora/2017/02/08/what-was-einsteins-contribution-to-the-manhattan-project/#75fe70bb763d
First of all (and I don't like saying First of All) That is a fake link you posted above.

Second of all, Quora does not contain that question.

https://www.quora.com/search?q=what+was+einsteins+contribution+to+the+manhattan+project


and if it did, I didn't have the time to answer Questions on Quora with my book
(or any questions related to it)

https://twitter.com/Starmaker111/status/1133077535774859264


(since i'm the only authority on Albert Einstein and the atomic bomb)




Are you going to post my link when I do enter information on Quora????


i got bigger fish to fry...



i don't have time for small potatoes.


The Starmaker
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The Starmaker -- To question the unquestionable, ask the unaskable,
to think the unthinkable, mention the unmentionable, and challenge
the unchallengeable.
The Starmaker
2019-07-17 16:19:24 UTC
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...it's Einstein's responsibility to provide all the information to build an atomic bomb, including all
knowledge needed to have it built
A complete fabrication on your part. I offer this as evidence...
https://www.forbes.com/sites/quora/2017/02/08/what-was-einsteins-contribution-to-the-manhattan-project/#75fe70bb763d
First of all (and I don't like saying First of All) That is a fake link you posted above.
Bullshit, you just don't have creds to refute it.
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Second of all, Quora does not contain that question.
https://www.quora.com/search?q=what+was+einsteins+contribution+to+the+manhattan+project
Well, that link you posted seems to point directly to the link I poated, so you are screwedonce again...
You're embarrassing yourself again..everyone here (except you it appears) know that Quora is an question and answer website that anyone can post to, using their name or anonymously.
The fake link you posted is Forbes business magazine that use Quora to post questions and answers, then direct traffic to it's own website...spam content management.

Come on , give me a break, is this the best you got?
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and if it did, I didn't have the time to answer Questions on Quora with my book
(or any questions related to it)
https://twitter.com/Starmaker111/status/1133077535774859264
Talk about a fake book!
Fake book? What is a fake book? It's a ebook, the cover is there, and the contents/pages are there posted for everyone to see.

https://twitter.com/Starmaker111/status/1149209972770607104/photo/1


It's got thousands of pages! I can easily post a link pointing to the thousands of pages...


Now on Amazon, an ebook can contain just three pages.


How many seconds does it take to convert your text to an ebook? Many here can probably do it under 60 seconds..



I have a Question for you...maybe I should ask and answer it myself on Quora..


Did Albert Einstein Ever Designed Any Kind of Bomb?


(a bomb, you know...with a metal casings and explosives in it to kill people)





https://twitter.com/Starmaker111/status/1149209972770607104/photo/1
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(since i'm the only authority on Albert Einstein and the atomic bomb)
No, you are not an authority on *anything*, you are just another run-of-the-mill troll...
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Are you going to post my link when I do enter information on Quora????
i got bigger fish to fry...
i don't have time for small potatoes.
You *are* small potatoes... and a lousy liar, to boot!
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to think the unthinkable, mention the unmentionable, and challenge
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Sergio
2019-07-17 20:14:23 UTC
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"A single bomb of this
type, carried by boat and exploded in a port, might very well destroy
the whole port together with some of the surrounding territory. However,
such bombs might very well prove to be too heavy for transportation by
air. " - Albert Einstein
https://hypertextbook.com/eworld/einstein/#first
What kind of "A single bomb of this type, ..." did Albert Einstein had in mind? What kind of picture did he had in ...mind?
Like everything else, he had to come up with the design (and pass it on to the U.S.A. and the Russians)
he had to design "the Little Boy" so that ("...too heavy for transportation by
air. ")
it had to be big and heavy...and "destroy" the "surrounding territory.
What did the "the little boy, or Fat Man" looked like in Albert Einstein's mind? ...
What if I told you the little boy bomb/fatman bomb design that was passed onto the Russians ..Albert Einstein's has the *same* design (his own hand drawn design of the bomb , on his letterhead paper, and his signature) sounds fantastic?)?
This is the bomb secret passed to the Russians
https://twitter.com/Starmaker111/status/1148116464483721216/photo/1
This is Albert Einstein's hand drawing of a bomb on his letterhead that he personally drew...
https://twitter.com/Starmaker111/status/1148117257215606786/photo/1
Stari, this last one rather looks like a dildo.
Are you sure it depicts a bomb?
w.
drawing has a motor for vibration...
doesn't belong in a nuk
benj
2019-07-18 14:34:30 UTC
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Post by Helmut Wabnig
On Sun, 07 Jul 2019 23:39:10 -0700, The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
"A single bomb of this
type, carried by boat and exploded in a port, might very well destroy
the whole port together with some of the surrounding territory. However,
such bombs might very well prove to be too heavy for transportation by
air. " - Albert Einstein
https://hypertextbook.com/eworld/einstein/#first
What kind of "A single bomb of this type, ..." did Albert Einstein had in mind? What kind of picture did he had in ...mind?
Like everything else, he had to come up with the design (and pass it on to the U.S.A. and the Russians)
he had to design "the Little Boy" so that ("...too heavy for transportation by
air. ")
it had to be big and heavy...and "destroy" the "surrounding territory.
What did the "the little boy, or Fat Man" looked like in Albert Einstein's mind? ...
What if I told you the little boy bomb/fatman bomb design that was passed onto the Russians ..Albert Einstein's has the *same* design (his own hand drawn design of the bomb , on his letterhead paper, and his signature) sounds fantastic?)?
This is the bomb secret passed to the Russians
https://twitter.com/Starmaker111/status/1148116464483721216/photo/1
This is Albert Einstein's hand drawing of a bomb on his letterhead that he personally drew...
https://twitter.com/Starmaker111/status/1148117257215606786/photo/1
Stari, this last one rather looks like a dildo.
Are you sure it depicts a bomb?
w.
drawing has a motor for vibration...
doesn't belong in a nuk
Given Einstein's known taste for bimbos, it's no surprise that after
inventing a bra he had his greatest invention: the Heated Dildo!

Motor for vibrator and heater coils are plainly visible. The guy was a
sex genius and well hung too it is rumored (unlike most posters here)

It was just ahead of its time in that prior to invention of Lithium Ion
batteries, the batteries had to be external.
Sergio
2019-07-18 15:46:48 UTC
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On Sun, 07 Jul 2019 23:39:10 -0700, The Starmaker
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Okay, you got both patents described...but what about Albert
"A single bomb of this
type, carried by boat and exploded in a port, might very well destroy
the whole port together with some of the surrounding territory. However,
such bombs might very well prove to be too heavy for transportation by
air. " - Albert Einstein
https://hypertextbook.com/eworld/einstein/#first
What kind of "A single bomb of this type, ..." did Albert Einstein
had in mind? What kind of picture did he had in ...mind?
Like everything else, he had to come up with the design (and pass
it on to the U.S.A. and the Russians)
he had to design "the Little Boy" so that  ("...too heavy for
transportation by
air. ")
it had to be big and heavy...and "destroy" the "surrounding territory.
What did the "the little boy, or Fat Man" looked like in Albert
Einstein's mind? ...
What if I told you the little boy bomb/fatman bomb design that was
passed onto the Russians ..Albert Einstein's has the *same* design
(his own hand drawn design of the bomb , on his letterhead paper,
and his signature) sounds fantastic?)?
This is the bomb secret passed to the Russians
https://twitter.com/Starmaker111/status/1148116464483721216/photo/1
This is Albert Einstein's hand drawing of a bomb on his letterhead
that he personally drew...
https://twitter.com/Starmaker111/status/1148117257215606786/photo/1
Stari, this last one rather looks like a dildo.
Are you sure it depicts a bomb?
w.
drawing has a motor for vibration...
doesn't belong in a nuk
Given Einstein's known taste for bimbos, it's no surprise that after
inventing a bra he had his greatest invention: the Heated Dildo!
Motor for vibrator and heater coils are plainly visible. The guy was a
sex genius and well hung too it is rumored (unlike most posters here)
It was just ahead of its time in that prior to invention of Lithium Ion
batteries, the batteries had to be external.
yep, they used a truck battory in the prototype, and pesky battory
cables. Nads never noticed.

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