My Dribble – Daily Articles About Nothing Specific

Wikipedia’s scrubbing of deGrasse Tyson controversy ‘would make China proud’

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http://twitter.com/#!/jeffhandle/status/515318274364428288 As Twitchy reported, The Federalist’s Sean Davis has been fact-checking some quotes by Neil deGrasse Tyson, including Tyson’s claim that George W. Bush in the days after 9/11 said that “Our God is the God who named the stars,” which Tyson explains was Bush’s way of segregating radical Islam from religions like Christianity or Judaism. […]

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Safe ‘space’? Neil deGrasse Tyson serves up out-of-this-world view of humanity

It is with a heavy heart that I must inform you that the Space Aliens are surprised again https://t.co/UF08VTv82j — Hey, I'm Wonka Here! (@niftierideology) April 17, 2017 //platform.twitter.com/widgets.js It’s been a while since Neil deGrasse Tyson dropped some knowledge on us, so let’s catch up with today’s hot take: Space Aliens may be surprised […]

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Good News! Eventually The Universe Will Become Too Cold And Everything Will Just Die

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Something to keep in mind the next time the long, cold winter has got you down. 1. Let’s assume that about 13.7 billion years ago, there was a sort of biggish kind of bang. Let’s call it the “Biggish Bang.” View this image › Adult Swim During this “Biggish Bang,” all the energy and matter […]

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What The MythBusters Think About 14 Science Things

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Vaccines? Climate change? Yup. MythBusters Adam Savage and Jamie Hyneman have been making things explode for 13 seasons. But we wanted to hear what they think of some of the biggest recent science headlines, from the Jurassic Park sequel to Mercury retrograde. Here are 14 of their answers from our lightning round of word association. […]

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