In a piece about the failings of memory, the New York Times curiously forget to disclose the actual facts about Neil Tyson’s history of fabricating quotes.
Neil Tyson’s second attempt at a fake apology for fabricating quotes is as bad as his first one.
The censors at Wikipedia, not content with erasing facts about Neil Tyson’s fabrications, are now trying to completely erase The Federalist from Wikipedia.
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.
For being devout followers of science, Neil Tyson’s defenders sure don’t like evidence that conflicts with their religious fanaticism.
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