Student Who Went Viral At Columbia Has Published Two Books On Theoretical Physics At Age 19

The student who went on an apparently-controversial rant about his fondness for the historical accomplishments of white people turns out to be a pretty bright kid.

So bright, in fact, that he has published two books – and he’s only 19.

Julian G. von Abele is the author of “Physics Reforged: The New Theory of Parallel Universes, Hidden Dimensions, and the Fringes of Reality,” (a true cult classic) and “Time and the Multiverse: Selected Writings on Novel Physical Theories.”

On Amazon, von Abele’s author biography says:

“Julian von Abele began developing new theories of physics in the eighth grade. A student in high school, he published a book describing his multiverse hypothesis, “Physics Reforged,” some years ago. Since then, he has continued his work, developing a new model of time and cosmology. More recently, he has assembled the academic papers he’s written into a new book, “Time and the Multiverse.” He plans to study theoretical physics at University where he will continue his studies.”

Apparently, he’s been writing genius-level work since high school.

Over the weekend, von Abele was thrust into controversy after he was filmed saying that “Europeans built the modern world,” which is both non-racist and factually correct.

“We invented science and industry, and you want to tell us to stop because ‘Oh my God, we’re so bad!'” he said mockingly to group of students who were harassing him on the Columbia University campus.

“White people are the best thing that ever happened to the world,” is perhaps the most controversial thing he said. He did not curse, degrade or put down any other race.

“I don’t hate other people, I just love white men,” the video finished.

As we know, it is not absolutely not okay to be white, or say positive things about the white race because that’s racist (or something). Predictably, the lying media has made von Abele public enemy number one.

NBC slandered him Wednesday.

“First deny. Then attempt to obfuscate with a laser focus on language, numbers and alleged threats to civil liberties. Finally, ride out the social media storm until the next racist outrage video comes along to begin the cycle again,” Janell Ross wrote, operating on the assumption that von Abele is certainly a racist and that nobody is allowed to think otherwise.

The young man created a Twitter account to defend himself.

“With no evidence, and despite the fact that I said I don’t hate anyone and that everyone should love themselves and their heritage, has slandered me as a white supremacist and compared me to James Fields…” he said.

“…In an environment where multiple radical groups have threatened my personal safety, is effectively encouraging violence against me and my family,” he continued.


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