Preston Thomas Letters


This is a series of letters I addressed to Preston Thomas providing background on the origins and course of genetic history of people descended from Abraham. I hope it may be useful to others seeking understand of the origins of the people of Israel.

I begin with the Swedish Nobel Prize which shows a high preponderance awarded to Jews.

These paragraphs come from JINFO.ORG. The italicized text is borrowed, not original with myself.


At least 187 Jews and people of half- or three-quarters-Jewish ancestry have been awarded the Nobel Prize, accounting for 22% of all individual recipients worldwide between 1901 and 2012, and constituting 36% of all US recipients during the same period.  In the research fields of Chemistry, Economics, Physics, and Physiology/Medicine, the corresponding world and US percentages are 27% and 39%, respectively.  Among women laureates in the four research fields, the Jewish percentages (world and US) are 38% and 50%, respectively.  Of organizations awarded the Nobel Peace Prize, 24% were founded principally by Jews or by people of half-Jewish descent.  (Jews currently make up approximately 0.2% of the world's population and 2% of the US population.)

See also data on "other Nobels":

1. This enumeration constitutes an update and an expansion of the information on Jewish Nobel Prize winners contained in the 1997 CD ROM edition of the Encyclopaedia Judaica (EJ97), from which 116 of the names listed here were obtained.  (The Encyclopaedia Judaica was listed by the Library Journal as one of its "Top 50 Reference Works of the Millennium."  EJ97 was itself a runner-up for the American Library Association's Dartmouth Medal for best reference work of 1997.)  Nearly all of the additional entries, as well as some of those obtained from EJ97, are accompanied by explanatory footnotes. Approximately 15% of those listed (and about 10% of the Americans listed) are, or were, of half-Jewish descent.
2. Defined as those Recipients with US Nationality at the time of award.
3. In enumerating Nobel Prize winners, we have followed the Nobel Foundation's practice of counting multiple-time recipients only once.  
4. Percentages are based on awards to individuals only, i.e., the computation excludes awards to organizations.  Five of the twenty-one organizations awarded Nobel Peace Prizes were, however, founded or (in one case) co-founded principally by Jews or people of half-Jewish descent. For details, see Jewish Winners of the Nobel Peace Prize.

Clearly the Jews possess an intellectual genetic superiority.


The United States Unique Inventive Genius

I do not want to show merely the genetic superiority of the Jew over other human stocks, but that this genetic genius also appeared through the descendents of Abraham who are not Jewish -- the so-called northern ten tribes. They originally scattered throughout Europe, as the Iberian, Celtic, Gallic, Cymbric, Teutonic, and Gothic tribes. Their offspring are now found in North and South America, in South Africa, Australia, and New Zealand. While these descendents display unique features the inventiveness superiority was powerfully displayed in the United States.

The United States was in an acute genetic inventive atmosphere that sprang from the mixture of diverse European blood stocks. This is stated explicitly by the Urantia Papers.

The Industrial Revolution that occurred in the 19th century was of great importance to the economic future of the United States, and of the world.

Following is a list of key events and dates of inventions strictly within the United States. As we can see, virtually all of modern inventions came from this most-favored country.




1793, 1798 Eli Whitney Cotton Gin, Interchangeable parts for muskets


Cyrus McCormack Grain Reaper
1836 Samuel F. B. Morse Telegraph
1851 Isaac Singer Improves and markets Howe's Sewing Machine
1866 Cyrus Field Transatlantic Cable


Alexander Graham Bell Telephone
1877 . . . Thomas Edison Phonograph, Incandescent Light, numerous inventions including first talking motion picture.


Nikola Tesla Induction Motor
1902, 1906 Guglielmo Marconi,  Nikola Tesla Radio Transmission
1903 Orville and Wilbur Wright First powered airplane
1908, 1913 Henry Ford Model T Ford, Assembly Line production
1914 . . . Edwin H. Armstrong

Numerous important radio circuit inventions including (FM) radio transmission.


Bell Telephone and the U.S. Department of Commerce Conduct the first long distance use of television
1942 John Atanasoff and Clifford Berry First electronic digital computer
1945 Robert Oppenheimer and numerous contributors The atomic bomb invented.

John Bardeen, William Shockley and Walter Brattain at Bell Labs

1952 Edward Teller Hydrogen Bomb
1952 Joseph Woodland and Bernard Silver Bar Code (Not fully developed for another 15 years)
1959 Jack Kilby of Texas Instrument Transistor Radio
1968 Robert Noyce and Gordon Moore founded Intel Microprocessor which gave birth to the computer
1979 Ubiquitous hand-held telephone Cell Phones
1989 Numerous Contributors World Wide Web