Who would have thought that sandwich meat maker Steak-umm would be the one to slap down the fake science claims made by leftist “scientist” Neil deGrasse Tyson?
Tyson is one of the left’s favorite “scientists” because he generally believes in scientism as a religion, instead of science as a process. And a recent tweet underscored that fact.
Last weekend, Tyson jumped to Twitter to bestow upon his mind-numbed followers the gem that “Science” is “true” even if naysayers don’t “believe it.”
Check out this nugget of pseudo wisdom: “The good thing about Science is that it’s true, whether or not you believe in it.”
— Neil deGrasse Tyson (@neiltyson) April 11, 2021
This is science as a religion, not science as it is. Amusingly, Steak-umm slapped Tyson down with an offhanded, “Log off bro.”
But Steak-umm had an even better follow-up tweet saying: “the irony of neil’s tweet is that by framing science itself as ‘true’ he’s influencing people to be more skeptical of it in a time of unprecedented misinformation. science is an ever refining process to find truth, not a dogma. no matter his intent, this message isn’t helpful.”
the irony of neil’s tweet is that by framing science itself as “true” he’s influencing people to be more skeptical of it in a time of unprecedented misinformation. science is an ever refining process to find truth, not a dogma. no matter his intent, this message isn’t helpful https://t.co/sf4zLm33Jm
— Steak-umm (@steak_umm) April 13, 2021
In other words, science is not “truth.” Science is a process to find the best explanation for what we observe. Sometimes we alit on theories that seem to hold true for a long time — the theory of relativity is working well still today. Other times — such as when science felt that the sun revolved around the earth — we find contrary facts that make more sense.
But, who would have thought that Steak-umm would have been the voice of reason on science?
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