Originally Posted by Jillity
There are a lot of scientists who think psychic and scientist are mutually exclusive and I believe Einstein was one of them. I'm not sure he was inspired by anything other than pure science.
Perhaps there are a lot of scientists thinking as you suggest but it still doesn't make 'em right. It also doesn't prevent 'em being inspired from afar.... Perhaps they'd hate to know the ideas they thought were original, their own, had been impressed on them by etheric scientists?
Einstein, as I said earlier, likely had no idea that his
ideas were inspired (if they were) by counterpart scientists. But some may feel their ideas were not of their own - who's to know unless they were to declare it?