Few people understand Einstein’s theories, his errors, and his changes of mind. Karl Schwarzschild did, but Einstein changed his 1915 version of his theory of General Relativity a year later, around the time of Karl’s death. J. Droste was the first to publish the Schwarzschild Solution based on Einstein’s offical version of 1916, but made two errors. These two errors are copied over and over again by other authors. All of these authors (Eddington, Misner, Thorne, and Wheeler, and Oas), used semantics to talk them out of the worst error, in order to make their solution look like Karl’s original.


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