Tuesday, July 11, 2006

Einstein's Swordsmanship Now Noted

"The father of Relativity liked his mass and knew how to serve it up"

The Harpoville Post reports that letters just released show renown German Physicist Albert Einstein in a whole new 'speed of' light. The man known, around the world, as the father of the Theory of Relativity also enjoyed a good romp in the hay.

The Harpoville Post has learned that letters held in trust twenty years after the death of his step-daughter Margot were released and show Albert as an avid letter writer and no slouch in the sack. The Physicist was not all work and no play and had woman, who some now see as groupies, persue him as he traveled. In one letter he spoke of six different female conquests one being his secretary and of a Mrs. M. who followed him from city to city throughout Europe in constant need of yet another lesson on Relativity.

The Harpoville Post reports that with these findings come some new views of Einstein's papers. In 1905 Einstein released the Special Theory of Relativity whch talks of electromagnetisum, time, distance, mass and energy and is now seen for what it really is, a sex manual.


Post a Comment

<< Home

Free Web Counters & Statistics