Brian Williams was just busted for fabricating a story about him getting shot down in Iraq. Why are so many liberal media types defending him?
Who knows, Neil deGrasse Tyson, maybe when the aliens show up they will ask the pessimists, “What the f*** is wrong with you?”
Many scientists are convinced that UFOs exist and we should expend time and billions to find them. What if they’re wrong?
Few people nowadays manage to succeed in a flowering public marketplace of ideas through respectful exchange.
Step one: bemoan any criticism from your opponent. Step two: with righteous indignation, throw anything you can, however inflammatory, at your opposition.
Neil Tyson’s second attempt at a fake apology for fabricating quotes is as bad as his first one.
Neil deGrasse Tyson held a belief that was not founded in an objective reality. And it took a revealingly long time to get anyone to acknowledge that.
Neil deGrasse Tyson finally responded to queries about quotes he’s peddled. He’s unable to provide any outside verification but insists his memory is solid.
The censors at Wikipedia, not content with erasing facts about Neil Tyson’s fabrications, are now trying to completely erase The Federalist from Wikipedia.
Why does the left think it can claim “geek” culture? After all, we aim to misbehave.
I just came across a YouTube clip of someone bashing science—and that someone is Neil deGrasse Tyson.
Neil Tyson’s cabal of fact-loving, reality-embracing cultists at Wikipedia get really upset when confronted by facts and reality.
Several former top aides to President George W. Bush, including his press secretary and 9/11 speechwriters, say they have no recollection of Tyson’s quote.
The left needs science to serve as a metaphysical validation for their worldview—even if they have to kill it to capture it.
For being devout followers of science, Neil Tyson’s defenders sure don’t like evidence that conflicts with their religious fanaticism.
Neil deGrasse Tyson is helping turn science into a show driven by the preservation of a narrative, not by the pursuit of the facts.
No, George W. Bush did not say “Our God is the God who named the stars” just days after 9/11. Are any quotes peddled by Neil deGrasse Tyson real?
Responding to charges of quote fabrication, Neil deGrasse Tyson refused to provide citations and said the charges just meant his presentation was a success.
Nothing says “super smart” like making a really boneheaded error in your presentation about how stupid other people are.
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