**Einstein's Plagiarism of E = mc2 and the Mass-Energy Equivalence** – August 15, 2022

https://www.amazon.com/Einsteins-Plagiarism-mc2-Mass-Energy-Equivalence/...

Forget everything you've ever been told about Albert Einstein. He was a career plagiarist. Einstein did not discover the equation E = mc2. Einstein instead lifted it from Henri Poincaré together with Poincaré's Theory of Relativity. Einstein did not invent the atomic bomb. In fact, Einstein repeatedly stated that atomic energy and atomic bombs could not be produced. Samuel Tolver Preston invented the atomic bomb and atomic energy in 1875, four years before Albert Einstein was even born. Gustave Le Bon described both atomic energy and atomic bombs long before Einstein had any conception of either use for the atom. Le Bon also expressly stated the Mass-Energy Equivalence years before Einstein and told Einstein to acknowledge Le Bon's priority, which Einstein refused to do.

Here is a related book by same author:

https://z-library.se/book/2458367/225f0a/the-manufacture-and-sale-of-sai...

**The Manufacture and Sale of Saint Einstein: The Propaganda of Supremacy** -- Christopher Jon Bjerknes

Here is the unknown and twisted story of how an obscure mathematician came to become one of the most famous and recognizable people in human history. But, was there an ulterior purpose to all of this?

Perhaps you have had the experience of sitting in on a physics class, watching Einstein's equations explained. As you watch, something odd enters into your mind. Is all this really original? It seems the equations were all seen before, published previously by other mathematicians. Only now they have been packaged to make the conclusions fit together. Question; is that really genius?