The E=mc2 theory championed by Albert Einstein is “a liberal conspiracy” according to Conservapedia.
The website, which is described by the New Scientist as “a sort of conservative alternative to the more familiar online encyclopedia Wikipedia” has lashed out at the theory posting a page on it’s site titled “Counterexamples to relativity”.
It said: “The theory of relativity is a mathematical system that allows no exceptions. It is heavily promoted by liberals who like its encouragement of relativism and its tendency to mislead people in how they view the world.”
The Theory of Relativity was Albert Einstein’s formulation in the early 20th century that gave rise to the famous theorum that E=mc2. In simpler words it basically said that energy is equal to mass times the square of the speed of light.
However, it’s no secret that the world is split when it comes to this theory with religious organisations claiming it’s a load of old rubbish. And Conservapedia sides with religious groups listing 30 counterexamples to general relativity, any of which, it claims, “shows that the theory is incorrect”.
These include bizarre explanations such as “the action-at-a-distance by Jesus, described in John 4:46-54.” Apparently, Jesus’s ability to instantaneously heal a child from a distance – his healing powers travelled through space faster than the speed of light – was evidence enough to rule out Einstein’s theory.