*Einstein was neither the first person to consider the equivalence of mass and energy, nor did he actually prove it.*

- Tony Rothman, Scientific American, August 24, 2015- Tony Rothman, Scientific American, August 24, 2015

And science demands absolute proof and verification. This thread follows in the footsteps of a previous thread on Einstein (in another White forum), "Author says Einstein Biggest Fraud of All Time".

**I'am basing the information here on the earlier discoveries of a brilliant English electrical engineer, mathematician and physicist - Oliver Heaviside (1850 - 1925).**

"Heaviside changed the face of telecommunications, and of both math and science". He brought up the possibilities of gravitational waves, and his inventions were based on calculus and his own equations. He brilliantly coined many terms including impedance, inductance, permeability and conductance. Terms well known and still used today.

Who Actually Deserves Credit? What you didn’t know about that (Einstein's) paper was that it was merely an addendum to a paper he’d published earlier that year, making E=mc2, in the words of pre-eminent physicist Brian Greene, “the most profound afterthought in the history of science.” Nor

**did you know that Einstein didn’t actually prove the equation, nor did he even write E=mc2, but instead wrote it as m=E/c2.**

Left: Friedrich Hasenöhrl. Right: Oliver Heaviside. Image Sources: Wikimedia Commons (left), Wikimedia Commons (right).