Magnamentis, you are describing the opposite of the scientific process.

Let me explain :

good read here lately.

also i want to mention that whenever someone comes up with an non-commonly renown idea and/or theory, those who have to loose something, either money, power or reputation or all of them, penetrant and immediately are asking for proof, links, evidence, papers etc

What you are describing is anti-science (propaganda), where the person asking the questions is grilled on their motives for daring to challenge the idea/theory.

In science, you actually HAVE TO challenge every new "idea and/or theory". You pound the idea with questions and demand evidence. If the idea cannot answer these questions and cannot provide evidence, then the idea/theory is discarded.

That's how science progresses.

perhaps those people should remember that most of the great finds and inventions in all fields of science were first brought to our attention by someone who didn't know but either thought logically or had a feel for where the truth is hidden.

einstein i.e. had no proof for his theory, it was proven later by an englishman who thought that the theory makes sense (the one with the bent space i mean) but it was the same with all others.

That is simply false. The brilliance of Einstein is that he proved amazing facts based on very few (unprovable) original assumptions.

For example, the famous E=mc

^{2} formula was derived (mathematically) from the sole assumption that the speed of light was observed to be constant for every observer.

Just from that assumption he PROVED E=mc

^{2} in his special relativity paper from 1905. He later mathematically derived his theory of general relativity which proves the curvature of space-time based on the same simply assumption that the speed of light was observed to be constant for every observer.

I can't think of anyone who had to 'prove' anything else for him. So who is that mysterious Englishman you are talking about ?