- I have to admit that I was deceived when the story about
Philip Emeagwali appeared. I thought that he was a genuine black genius.
After all, even on a continent where statistics and data show the average
IQ is 70 and the standard deviation is 12, one black in 3.5 million will
have an IQ higher than 130, one black in 368 million will have an IQ higher
than 140, it was a great thing for Africa to have a 'genius' recognized.
- Anyway, I'm ashamed to admit that I was suckered by the
talk about Emeagwali inventing the supercomputer by watching the way bees
build their hives. I didn't understand the reasoning entirely, but it
was something about the hexagonal shape of the beehive cells that, when
you used it in computer memory, made the throughput a lot faster. It turns
out that was all just jive.
- In 1989, Emeagwali was one of nine people to share a
Gordon Bell Prize, worth about $1000. The Gordon Bell Prize is one of
many small-time prizes that people who use computers can win, and it is
the basis for a lot of hyperinflated self-promotional bogus claims that
Emeagwali later made.
- The controlled media, including CNN, picked up on Emeagwali's
antics and gave them uncritical prestige. Suddenly, we were hearing that
Emeagwali invented the idea of parallel processing. He did not. We heard
that Emeagwali invented the supercomputer. He did not. We heard that he
invented the Internet. He did not. We were invited to believe that Emeagwali's
Gordon Bell Prize was some kind of major achievement, on a par with the
Nobel Prize. It is no such thing. There are even pseudobiographical anecdotes
about Emeagwali to be found online, many of them intended to convey the
idea that Emeagwali is one of the most brilliant men ever to live, on
a par with, say, Karl Friedrich Gauss. He is not.
- It's all lies, mostly invented by Emeagwali and the controllers,
and amplified by the Zionist media. I should have known better than to
believe it. Well, I do know better now. Emeagwali has no Ph.D., having
failed twice to convince the University of Michigan that he deserves one.
He failed to convince a judge that he was the victim of racism in the
matter of his being denied a Ph.D., so he wasn't even able to use the
courts to force the University of Michigan into giving him a doctorate,
which probably means he fell far, far short of deserving one.
- (Bloggers comment - This shouldn't come as a surprise
to the informed reader, Michael King AKA Martin Luthern King was a serial
plagiarist, so bad in fact, his own biographers admit to it. This doesn't
stop our public educational system from portraying him as a God to our
children does it? Why would Emeagwali be any different?)
- Emeagwali did succeed in flummoxing some Nigerian government
officials whose heads were even bonier than his that he deserved to have
his image engraved on an official Nigerian postage stamp.
- While he was hyped with all this free Zionist publicity,
he managed to get Bill Clinton to certify him as an official genius, which
just goes to show you what a big liar Clinton is, in case you missed
all those other lies he told us on television in the 1990s.
- Going back to his one actual claim to fame, small as
it is, Emeagwali would not even have gotten his fractional part of that
Gordon Bell Prize if the judges had not succumbed to a desire to make
a minority group feel "included." The contest was for economic
efficiency in high speed computing, and the competitors, a team from
Mobil Corporation, produced an entry that ran twice as fast as Emeagwali's,
with significantly more cost efficiency. The judges didn't want Mobil
to have all the prize recognition, though, so they cut Emeagwali in for
a share out of sympathy.
- Now, the very fact that Philip Emeagwali can even program
a computer puts him ahead of nearly all of his brethren the planet. But
that's small praise. Emeagwali isn't a man who can be satisfied with small
praise, so he tried to raise a worldwide fraud in which he gave himself
some very big praise. And, since it was convenient to their "shame
the white majority" agenda, the Zionist media used Emeagwali to echo
his "great Black genius" lies internationally through broadcast
and print media.