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Albert Einstein

Born: 14-Mar-1879
Birthplace: Ulm, Wurttemberg, Germany
Died: 18-Apr-1955
Location of death: Princeton, NJ
Cause of death: Heart Failure
Remains: Cremated (ashes scattered at the Institute for Advanced Study, brain preserved)

Gender: Male
Religion: Atheist [1]
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Physicist
Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Theory of relativity
Probably the most famous and accomplished scientist of all time, Albert Einstein was the son of a featherbed salesman and his amateur violinist wife, and got poor marks in grade school. As a child he spoke rarely and haltingly, and some biographers have suggested that he was mildly autistic, while others hold that he was simply shy or bored by ordinary conversation. As an adult he remembered an uncle's gift of a compass when he was about five years old as igniting his imagination and curiosity.
He dropped out of his first high school, chaffing at the headmaster's militaristic style, and obtained his diploma at a different school, but only because it was required to obtain college admission. He earned his doctorate while working as a patent clerk, and unable to find adequate income from academic work he continued working at the patent office even as he was writing papers that altered humanity's understanding of the basics of time, space, and science.
In 1905 Einstein, still a patent clerk and effectively a rookie scientist, wrote five scientific papers, including his most famous work, "Does the Inertia of a Body Depend upon its Energy Content?". This is the paper which concluded that any increase in energy (E) causes a corresponding increase in mass (m), and that these increases are related by the speed of light in a vacuum (c) squared — E=mc². In another paper written the same year, initially derided (and later accepted) by Max Planck, he proposed that electromagnetic radiation must consist of quantums or photons, which became a cornerstone concept of quantum theory and earned Einstein the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1921.
In 1911 he was the youngest physicist present at the Solvay Conference in Brussels, the first modern meeting of physicists, and by the end of the decade he was the world's most famous scientist. Einstein's theories of general relativity and special relativity were questioned and argued among physicists for years, and remain largely beyond the ken of ordinary people a century later. When astrophysicist Arthur Eddington was asked by a reporter whether it was true that only three people in the world truly understood relativity, he took a long breath before replying, "I am trying to think who the third person is". In 1929 Einstein and Planck were co-recipients of the German Physical Society's first Max Planck Medal.
A long-time pacifist, Einstein gambled his career by signing an anti-war petition at the height of World War I. He signed a manifesto against compulsory military service in 1925, and renounced his German citizenship — twice — first in 1896 to avoid military service, and again in 1932 to avoid the Holocaust as he came to America. In 1939 he wrote his famous letter to President Franklin D. Roosevelt advising the development of atomic weapons, since he was sure the Germans were working toward that goal. He was a member of the NAACP, and an active participant in his friend Paul Robeson's American Crusade Against Lynching. Of course, Einstein had a thick FBI file and J. Edgar Hoover suspected that he was a communist. In 1946 he wrote a public letter advocating the establishment of world government, and in 1952 he was offered the Presidency of Israel, but declined. In the last months of his life he wrote another public letter, co-authored with Bertrand Russell, pleading for a concerted effort against the growing threat of nuclear war. He was also a skilled violinist.
His private life was somewhat less immaculate. He fathered at least one child out of wedlock, then married the child's mother, but their daughter was either given up for adoption or died in infancy. During an extended period of ill health from about 1917-20, as he dealt with recurring bouts of jaundice, liver illness, and general weakness, he was nursed by a cousin who became his mistress and, after his first marriage ended in divorce, his second wife. Einstein's numerous affairs had infuriated his first wife, but the second Mrs Einstein was more permissive. His diaries, published in 1999, reveal that Einstein seriously considered abandoning his mistress and wife-to-be in favor of her 20-year-old daughter Ilse, who became his stepdaughter instead. In addition to the missing daughter with his first wife he had two sons, of which one became an engineer, as the other was institutionalized with schizophrenia. Einstein's other notable accomplishments include development of Bose-Einstein statistics, studies of Brownian motion, and his long work on a Unified Field Theory. The latter took more and more of his time beginning in the 1920s, and by the early 1930s he was somewhat isolated from the forefront of physics. In 1928 he was diagnosed with an enlargement of the heart, and in 1955 he was hospitalized with an aortic aneurysm, which claimed his life on 18 April 1955.


*Look closely at his picture and you can easily see "crowfeet" beside his eyes, sagging skin under his eyes, and who could miss that white hair?

And cause of death was aortic aneurysm.

So what really killed the second smartest scientist in the world?? (Isaac Newton was number one)

He died from a simple copper deficiency.

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The lack of copper caused the crows feet?
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The lack of copper caused the crows feet?
Yes, either being deficient in copper or the inability of the body to absorb copper will cause crows feet around eyes and mouth, along with other symptoms such as:

sagging skin
white, grey, or silver hair
wrinkles
varicose veins
hemorrhoids
aneurysms
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I found the other article. Thanks for piquing my curiosity.
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So I bought a bottle of copper, Eden's Ionic Minerals copper but no directions on how much to take, nor ppm.

Any idea on dosage?
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I've been making an alkalizer with liquid chlorophyll and TSP.

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So I bought a bottle of copper, Eden's Ionic Minerals copper but no directions on how much to take, nor ppm.

Any idea on dosage?
If it is the 19 ounce bottle, there should be 38 servings of one tablespoon. However, I would start with only a teaspoon per day for the first week, and would also suggest taking it all by itself, either first thing in the morning or just before bed.

Swish it around in the mouth first for a minute or two..
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In 1928 he was diagnosed with an enlargement of the heart, and in 1955 he was hospitalized with an aortic aneurysm, which claimed his life on 18 April 1955.


*Look closely at his picture and you can easily see "crowfeet" beside his eyes, sagging skin under his eyes, and who could miss that white hair?

And cause of death was aortic aneurysm.

So what really killed the second smartest scientist in the world?? (Isaac Newton was number one)

He died from a simple copper deficiency.

Don't let this happen to you!
Its true he did die from a copper deficiency, but even if Einstein had taken a load of copper it wouldnt have helped his white hair or crows feet.

Einstein was diagnosed in 1928 with an enlarged heart, most likely through his being a life long chronic smoker of not only cigarettes but pipe tobacco and cigars.

http://www.docstoc.com/docs/11036557...-You-Dont-Know

Chronic smokers have high levels of cadmium and lead and they prevent the metabolism of copper. Even though he would have had an increased copper level through smoking, it did him no good and nor would taking supplemental copper, as the copper could not have been metabolised.

http://ehp03.niehs.nih.gov/article/i...%2Fehp.7825141

I think Einstein did very well to live to 76,considering his arteries were probably as stiff as an icicle, through the high levels of cadmium he got from smoking for years before his eventual aneurysm.
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Its true he did die from a copper deficiency, but even if Einstein had taken a load of copper it wouldnt have helped his white hair or crows feet.

Einstein was diagnosed in 1928 with an enlarged heart, most likely through his being a life long chronic smoker of not only cigarettes but pipe tobacco and cigars.

http://www.docstoc.com/docs/11036557...-You-Dont-Know

Chronic smokers have high levels of cadmium and lead and they prevent the metabolism of copper. Even though he would have had an increased copper level through smoking, it did him no good and nor would taking supplemental copper, as the copper could not have been metabolised.

http://ehp03.niehs.nih.gov/article/i...%2Fehp.7825141

I think Einstein did very well to live to 76,considering his arteries were probably as stiff as an icicle, through the high levels of cadmium he got from smoking for years before his eventual aneurysm.
There was a study done on turkeys in 1947, if my memory is correct. One year earlier, thousands of turkeys had died before they could be brought to market. Long story short, they all died from ruptured aortic aneurysm. This was thought to be caused by a copper deficiency, so the following year, copper was added to the food pellets and none of the turkeys died from aortic aneurysm.

Now I don't know if Einstein could have been saved by supplementing with copper or not, however, had he known about the study done on turkeys 8 years before he died, he may have been able to prevent his death.

On a personal note, my dad smoked unfiltered cigarettes, pipe tobacco, and some cigars for about 65 years, and did not die from ruptured aneurysm, however, was diagnosed with an aneurysm about 10 years before he died from chronic heart failure. He also had crows feet around the eyes, sagging skin, and white hair.

To say Einsteins' enlarged heart was due to his lifetime of smoking is only an educated guess at best. We really have no idea if that is true or not..

On a final note, it is my opinion that as you age your gut health suffers. You have more difficulty absorbing nutrients, thus you become deficient in several minerals and vitamins. How else could you explain nearly every old person with white or silver hair? I also believe the immune system suffers as you age, and gets to the point that it can no longer defend you..
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Is there a way to tell whether copper is an issue? To be cautious. Or would it be safe to say most people +45ish should probably be supplementing.
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Is there a way to tell whether copper is an issue? To be cautious. Or would it be safe to say most people +45ish should probably be supplementing.
One of the main copper deficiency symptoms is "crows feet" around the eyes and/or mouth. Other symptoms include:

sagging skin
white, grey, or silver hair
wrinkles
varicose veins
hemorrhoids
aneurysms

Some people experience blood clots while others do not.

If you have any of the above symptoms, you may want to start supplementing with a good quality multi-mineral complex, in colloidal form, including copper.
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Wouldn't be right if this Einstein thread didn't have some mention of
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Yet, most astounding of all, De Aquino asserts that the ultimate power of HAARP is its capability to warp time.

Time dilation, a relativistic effect described in Einstein's Special Theory of Relativity, is created by mass approaching the speed of light and affecting gravity by warping space-time.
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HAARP can control space and time

De Aquino's paper shows that when subjected to a uniform ELF electromagnetic field, mass can be transitioned to a different time relative to outside observers. It is done artificially and at will.
http://vaticproject.blogspot.com/201...ates-time.html

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Forget the copper!

Just give me a HAARP blast and send me back 30 years!
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Prepare for transport. (My time machine looks like a brand new Maserati)
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Newton was also poisoned by mercury...the cause of his volatile, emotional behavior.
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