The failed science guys

A question was asked during an interview to the new science god Neil Degrasse Tyson;  please read slowly and carefully his reply, and then tell me if he is at all coherent. (notice the awkward pauses, word for word, and the embarrassing attempt to explain something in which he is clueless. It’s short, read it twice, and note how he hangs himself by his own intellect.)

The host asks: What is gravity?

‘We have no idea, next question. Here’s the difference. We can describe gravity, we can say what it does to other things. We can…….we can….uh measure it, predict with it, but when you start asking like what it is, uh uh I don’t know. Einstein in an Einshteinian answer we would say gravity is the curvature of space and time aaand, that, an object’s will follow the curvature of space time and we, we, interpret that as  a force of gravity.  That’s prawwwwbably the best answer I could give to of  ‘what is gravity.’ That’s the best I could do, that’s a good start.’

WHAT? His BS broke the scale. You teach this crap to children Neil when you speak like a drunk, at the same time you cast aspersion on God’s word? Good gravy.  Love the apostle Paul who said to be wary of science falsely so-called. Perfect example here in the godless abracadabra of Tyson. Thanks Paul for the heads up.

Do you see why I can’t stand godless science and pretended intellect? He first says ‘I don’t know,’ then he jokingly says ‘next question,’ then he attempts with his ‘knowing,’ as he tries to amuse with facial, comedy, and hand gyrations, as he puts forth his theories and assumptions to a worshiping crowd, lecturing as if he speaks ex cathedra, while pontificating elsewhere that believers are scientifically stupid.  Can’t stand this crap.

And atheists wonder why I despise their science. And to my believer friends. Be careful with how you align yourself with the pseudo science of the atheist, who does not allow God His rightful place in His creation, thus making  formulas and theories no better than baseless assumptions, with zero facts, but create a whole lot of disciples who applaud the science of antichrists, thus avoiding the Truth who holds all things together.

Yes, that’s correct: By Him do all things consist, and He holds all things together by the word of His power. No gravity needed to keep the apple on the tree, nor for the apple to fall from the tree.

Now look again at Neil’s quote in the pic, and be honest.  Who is the purveyor of BS…..? So then, in the realm of godless science, being wrong with just .01% is being wrong completely, just as the monkey is as far from human.  True science, like God’s word, is not partly correct. It is correct all the time. Truth is an exact science, so unlike the guesswork of revered pseudo-scholars.

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33 Responses to The failed science guys

  1. Lisa Beth says:

    Attempts to rob God of His glory are devilish. We cannot overstate the magnificent truth of creation – the rest of His word and prophecies yet fulfilled are rooted in the foundational truth, “In the beginning GOD…” Press on sister. 🌹

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  2. atimetoshare.me says:

    I happened across this guy on TV as I was flipping through the channels. What a snake oil salesman. I can see why he draws so many in, with his charisma and supposed intellect. But this is exactly how the devil operates. He comes, well dressed, fine of face and demeanor, literate to the hilt (excepts when he falters) and appeals to the listener’s intellect. A wolf in sheep’s clothing for sure.

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  3. Amen! Thanks for calling out the bovine poo. These guys are actually religious leaders, false prophets, wolves seeking converts. I call it “Science,” registered trademark.

    As to gravity, while it maybe real enough, it is people with their eyes on something Higher that gave us swings and airplanes and dreams. Science is only a piece of the puzzle, it is not wisdom and experiential knowledge, it is not the human experience and knowing God.

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    • ColorStorm says:

      You are being far too kind with the ‘bovine poo,’ with apologies to fine cows everywhere…..

      But yes, they are in fact ‘religious leaders’ msb, preaching their ‘content free’ message to an audience with itching ears. 😉

      But registered trdmrk? haha.

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  4. Wally Fry says:

    Consist. Glad you said what you said there, friend. Just did a bit of teaching on that word, and it’s got a lot more meaning than we often think about. God is not just sort of casually monitoring what is going on around here; it CONSISTS only by Him. The very instant He ceases to cause or allow every single event from large to small…well, then it ceases to consist. Good stuff.

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  5. ColorStorm says:

    Need to highlite that word: AVOID SCIENCE FALSELY SO-CALLED……………….

    Heck, not only will we avoid its devilish influence, we will dismantle it.

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  6. limey says:

    He told the truth. Note that it’s science that enables us to reliably measure and predict the effects of gravity. It’s that knowledge that keeps satellites in space, gets spacecraft to Pluto and beyond and keeps the GPS on your phone working.

    Would you rather he made up answers instead of saying we don’t know for things we don’t know? You know, like you religionists do all the time.

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    • ColorStorm says:

      Do you actually pay attention when you read?

      He said when asked: I DON”T KNOW.

      He repeated it, saying I DON’T KNOW. Maybe you are unaware, but words mean things, and a person who pretends to explain what he doesn’t know has zero credibility. But it’s worse than saying I do not know.

      His comedy act is embarrassing as a science ‘god.’ And if you align yourself with his train wreck……… Good for you.

      Men pretending to speak of their ‘knowledge,’ when they despise the Owner of all knowledge. And don’t come crying about ‘proof.’ If life itself is not proof of God, I can’t help you.

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      • limey says:

        Oh noes, he admitted to not knowing something. How terrible of him.

        Would you rather he made stuff up like you religionists do?

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        • ColorStorm says:

          Please stop trying to defend stupidity. I suggest you re-read his commentary. Between him, Nye the other false science science god…….

          Talk about made up? That is hilarious.

          The word is FAILED. Period. But hey if it floats your boat go for it.

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        • limey says:

          Oh so not knowing something means you’ve failed.

          Gotcha.

          Tell me. What is gravity?

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        • ColorStorm says:

          Oh this is waay to easy.

          Gravity was the answer to Tesla’s demolition of Einsteins pseudo science and assumptions masked behind theories.

          Aristotle said that to be able to know something is to be able to explain it. It’s no wonder Tyson invokes Einstein, so they can hide behind unprovable theories and baseless assumptions.

          But I’m sure you think that King Solomon the architect, Noah the hydrologist, Job the geologist, were idiots because they did not write about it.

          It appears they knew things that the pretended intellectuals did not. After all, they were at least smart enough to recognize that God holds all things together.

          Yeah, those wonder working tools known as the compass, the level, and plumbline were all truth makers, while Degrasse relies on his comedy routine.

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        • limey says:

          Ah, so you don’t know. Cool.

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        • ColorStorm says:

          Sure thing limes.

          But your hero made the claim. I did not. I have my own thoughts on the matter which are irrelevant at the moment.

          It does so appear though that nye nd Tyson have not a drop of common sense between them.

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        • limey says:

          He said he didn’t know. Oh no, what a sin.

          No wonder you’re incapable of admitting that and consider it more holy to gable nonsense.

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        • ColorStorm says:

          Look limes. He said he didn’t know………

          THEN PRETENDED TO PONTIFICATE just exactly what he ‘knows.’

          If you cannot see the stupidity of this, then it’s no wonder that the likes of degrasse the science god has duped you with his laughter.

          Now please stop it.

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        • limey says:

          But you haven’t told me what gravity is yet. I can’t stop before you’ve fulfilled my needs.

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        • ColorStorm says:

          Don’t pretend to be both deaf and blind. Enough.

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      • Suze says:

        No scientist knows what gravity actually is..whether it is simply magnetic or something else. he answered truthfully. disavowing everything else he does know, just because he (nor anyone else) knows ONE thing is just as irrational as the atheists screaming there’s no God to you.

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        • ColorStorm says:

          the difference suze is he says he does not know, laughs about it, then lectures on just exactly what he pretends to know. Pure guess work posing as truth and facts.

          On the other hand, when I say God created all things, and that He holds all things together by the word of His power, this is not a guess. The proof is that His word is good. He is truthful, and never lies.

          And don’t cry foul because of this confidence. Tyson is a comedian. Period.

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  7. I’m not sure why a personal attack on on an astrophysicist gives faithful people a feeling of pride and boosted self-esteem. Maybe you can explain to me why?
    There is nothing wrong with Neil’s understanding of gravity, also scientists are not obliged to be amazing public speakers like presidents do. Gravity is a law (measurable and tested) and he explained it so many times in the past. A quotation taken randomly from a context is not a good way of questioning his knowledge or the fact that… gravity is a law indeed.

    If I meant to ask you a question, ‘what is God?’ you won’t be able to answer this question. SO why do you impose your superiority over someone, who enormously contributed to modern science and education of general public.

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    • ColorStorm says:

      Tkx for reading enough to give an opinion.

      It is not Tyson’s lack of speaking ability that I find insulting, but his utmost arrogance in making himself a god, while ruling out the true God from His own creation, therefore he has zero credibility.

      And comparing my opinion of God to Tyson’s opinion of gravity is equally insulting. God has no equal.

      He (Degrasse) is the very worst of pretended scientists.

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      • I am utterly surprised that you perceive him as an arogant person. Does the fact that he is an atheist make you think that way? He believes in science, there is nothing insulting coming from his words.

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        • ColorStorm says:

          Hello again
          First, any and every atheist is arrogant.
          Second. It drips from him. He is just louder. Maybe I have seen him in action more than you. 😉
          Third, his assessment of true science does not match reality, hence my post here.

          Let me give you a clue. Water does not ‘bend’ as Nye and Degrasse allege. This is fantasy and an insult to the level, plumb line, and compass. (ever seen Nyes ‘disappearing ship over the horizon freak show?)

          The triplet tools of nature embarrass Tyson every time. I am all about observable facts, hence, true science. Guesswork I have no use for.

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        • “First, any and every atheist is arrogant.” I stopped reading after this sentence, since it is simply – a false statement.

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        • ColorStorm says:

          Ok. But the fear of the Lord IS the beginning of knowledge…………

          Everything short of that is arrogance. Simple really. Who do you thank for your conscience?

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