Are you wiser than Albert Einstein ?

Question by Thomas Alva Eddison: Are you wiser than Albert Einstein ?
I cannot imagine a God who rewards and punishes the objects of his creation, whose purposes are modeled after our own — a God, in short, who is but a reflection of human frailty. Neither can I believe that the individual survives the death of his body, although feeble souls harbor such thoughts through fear or ridiculous egotisms.”

“The religion of the future will be a cosmic religion. The religion which based on experience, which refuses dogmatic. If there’s any religion that would cope the scientific needs it will be Buddhism.”
“It was, of course, a lie what you read about my religious convictions, a lie which is being systematically repeated. I do not believe in a personal God and I have never denied this but have expressed it clearly. If something is in me which can be called religious then it is the unbounded admiration for the structure of the world so far as our science can reveal it.” – Albert Einstein

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I love Albert

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23 thoughts on “Are you wiser than Albert Einstein ?

  1. Kids get punished too right? We are his children. If we dont learn anything, life is too pointless.

  2. I didn’t personally know Albert Einstein, so I don’t know if I am wiser. I know he has a higher IQ (or that’s what I’ve heard, at least).

  3. He was not wise, just very intelligent. It is not the same. And Albert said so after trying for years to unify the fields.

    Not that I am wiser but he IS a scientist and I am not. We view the world in different ways. God knows who is wiser… 🙂

  4. He also said we live in more than a 4 dimensional world. They are saying now, that we might live in a 10 dimensional world.

  5. A man cannot compare intelligence to any standards. That is what religion does. Each man is structured to do something in a perfected state through years of mental practice and life… Wiser than Einstein no… We are even on different levels. Same with you.

  6. I personally think that the future belongs to the Budhist and/or the atheist. it is logically consistent with history and nature.
    EDIT:
    Of course it is also logically consistent that both Buddism and atheism HAVE to be taught in a theological/religious manner.

  7. Thanks for fulfilling the Biblical prophecy, Pal…

    “Because when they knew God they glorified Him not as God, …but became vain in their imaginations, and their foolish heart was darkened.; professing themselves to be wise, they became fools” Romans 1:21

  8. it is possible to be both smart and wrong. Just because it’s einstein’s opinion doesn’t mean it’s the truth.
    Hitler was a genius, but was he right?

  9. Yes I am. For those who think they have knowledge never fail to prove God right. They all think they can be God. Let me tell you, the bible is a science much more advanced than where current science stands. Prove me wrong, and you’ll be proving me right.

  10. There are scientists who do believe in a deity. I’m talking real scientists who understand evolution and modern medicine and so forth.
    Tammi Dee

  11. Yeah, I would agree with most of that.

    I hate organized religions because of their dogmatism. He chooses not to believe in a Creator, I disagree there, but that is his choice. The god of organized religions reflects human frailty because that god is a human construct – the Creator is far above that.

  12. yes i m wiser than Albert Einstein becoz he said that light is an electromagnetic wave.. and i know that it isnt electromagnetic… he also said “light particles”.. but there are no such thing as light particle..

  13. 1. You may believe in God, and if God exists, you go to heaven: your gain is infinite.
    2. You may believe in God, and if God doesn’t exist, your loss is finite and therefore negligible.
    3. You may not believe in God, and if God doesn’t exist, your gain is finite and therefore negligible.
    4. You may not believe in God, and if God exists, you will go to hell: your loss is infinite.

    From these possibilities, and the principles of statistics, Pascal deduced that it would be better to believe in God unconditionally.

    To see how Blaise Pascal and Albert Einstein compare according to some estimates, see:
    http://hem.bredband.net/b153434/Index.htm

  14. I don’t think Einstein was known for wisdom. He was known for his intelligence in mathmatics and formulas. If you can draw comfort and faith from such things, I can’t imagine it’s a very warm feeling. I wonder what his family life was llike. I wonder if he had lots of friends. I wonder how he felt knowing that he hellped inspire some of the most deadly weapons of war known to mankind. I’ve never thought about Einstein and thought that he was a very happy man. It’s strange that people would choose to look up to someone who struggled with life so much and then found comfort in cold numbers and no hope for a higher purpose.

  15. well only wisdom comes from GOD and if this person had Gods kind of wisdom that God gives when asked James 1:5…he would have seen with different eyes that GOD is very real and he was missing the truth by being his own god. you will bow down to our creator one day and say He is LORD and you can do that now or later and then its toooooo late…….i myself i bow down now! love Jesus freak

  16. i wonder what your question is..
    i used to think like einstein though 🙂
    but one day i open my eyes.. 🙂
    see the beautiful things beyond religion itself.. but still through religion.. believe me.. i learn a lot of them..

    religion inspire us to do good things to ourself and other.. n to .. cosmos? 🙂
    n that the only good thing about it..
    but.. sure we should experience it!
    not blindly believing some dogmatic faith..

  17. No, nor any one could be. He was a great man who had used his brain to very large extent–perhaps the first man to use his brain in full form–that is how my teacher taught me in my eighth standered. Now I am 45 but still agree with my teacher’s view and I consider Sir Albert Einstein to be the greatest wise man ever born on this earth. The second wisest man should be Chakravarti Rajagopala Chaari-the first governor general of free India who died in December 1972.

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