Quote of the Day:
"Great spirits have always encountered violent opposition from mediocre minds".
Einstein didn't do too badly. He published in 1905 and was already well recognized in Physics by 1908-9.
It is much worse in medicine. Ignaz Semmelweis was already dead before Joseph Lister vindicated his theory of antiseptic medicine, and it took a century for the largest medical school in Hungary to rename itself Semmelweis University.
Dr Frederick Klenner published his clinical research on vitamin C in 1949, and it is still ignored 69 years later. Meanwhile young people frequently die of flu who might be easily cured by Klenner's techniques.