Einstein's theory, in its so called weak gravity field linearized version, approximately reduces to Newton's theory. Conflicting linearizations depend on their authors and, are heavily mathematical, involve non-physical geometrical concepts, and rely on Newtonian type tests and results. For example, Einstein's theory does not inform us how, absent force, his warped geometry might actuate Newton's gyroscope. Basically, Einstein tells us that one can ignore Newton's predictions based on Newton's force F but, nevertheless, use Newton's force F and gyroscope to prove his predictions based on weak fields approximating Newton's theory with different equations proposed by different authors. Einstein's theory, and predictions, cannot be confirmed with tests using Newton's force F, and gyroscope. And, they cannot be confirmed when equations are manipulated by their authors. Which set of Einstein's theory predictions is correct? Incredibly, the science community accepts Einstein's theory which relies on Delphic metaphysical equations linearized to approximate Newton's theory and a handful of tests based essentially on Newton's theory. There are many detractors.