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Offline Bentherdonthat

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The acryom E=mc2 was the name of a physics business in London that move to the U.S 1768.
The company was one of the first to distil and bottle gas's
The name E was for Elizibeth and was of equal partnership with (Not certain of the spelling) Mcmarion Ceath the Second.
Could this be Juden Fraud on Einstien to collect hidden revenues or something?


 

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Why was E=mc2 the name of a physics business in 1748
« Reply #1 on: 16/10/2007 14:54:59 »
You don't really believe that, do you?
 

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Why was E=mc2 the name of a physics business in 1748
« Reply #2 on: 17/10/2007 18:16:54 »
Yes I definitly do believe that.
I was shown by some researcher the documents where it came from and I went to the Swiss patent office on another matter and the patent office just hated his guts (Eienstiens) and confirm the other note was the real story of E=mc2.
This physics company was well known at the time maybe this is why Einstien was so close to his innuendo Fraud or Freud every one is going to go mental about his infringement.
 

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Why was E=mc2 the name of a physics business in 1748
« Reply #3 on: 17/10/2007 19:59:15 »
Let's start with the fact that 'physics' would have had a different meaning in 1768 to that which it has today.
 

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Why was E=mc2 the name of a physics business in 1748
« Reply #4 on: 18/10/2007 10:11:26 »
Yes I definitly do believe that.
I was shown by some researcher the documents...

Did he subsequently get eaten by a giant plant? Or fall into a troglodyte hole?
 

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