[Boatanchors] Receiver Technology

doc at kd4e.com doc at kd4e.com
Mon Jan 17 15:25:28 EST 2011

Einstein was an important member of the modern scientific
community but his receipt of a Nobel Prize was not necessary
for that to be obvious.

The Nobel Prize has historically often been as much political
as 'professional'.

Have a look at how it was founded, who gets to vote, and who has
been honored over the years.

You will be amazed at some of the bizarre choices - and clearly
"partisan" choices - in some cases without regard for truth.

Mention of the Nobel Prize really should always come with the
disclaimer "For what, if anything, it is worth."

 > Lewis C. Emerson wrote:
> He may have "discovered" it, but Albert Einstein received the Nobel
> Prize for Physics in 1921 for explaining it.
> Doc Emerson, W4ITJ


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