Saturday, May 20, 2017

Neil deGrasse Tyson Promotes the Fake Globe Earth!

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Sounds like Satan speaking!
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Tyson attempting to divert attention from the Flat Earth Reality! Check it yourself. Take a time lapse photo of the stars circling around Polaris and notice the precise circular pattern. This could never happen if the earth was spinning at 1,000 miles/hour as it revolves around the sun at 66,600 miles/hour while the sun shoots through space at 450,000 miles/hour. Let's not forget that the earth is wobbling at the same time. 
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 Neil deGrasse Tyson - what's with the devil's horns sign?
As if we didn't know!
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Neil deGrasse Tyson Makes the Case for NASA
By Ransom Riggs
May 2017
It's been awhile since the United States had a space mission that inspired our whole nation. In this short speech, Neil deGrasse Tyson makes a compelling case for why being inspirational is an important thing for a government agency to be doing. "NASA is a force of nature like none other," he argues, that "knows how to dream about tomorrow" and is one of those rare things that can inspire kids from a young age to say that's what I want to be when I grow up; and that force nurtures a whole educational pipeline that fans the fire inside that kid.
But NASA is underfunded, he argues. Its goals aren't lofty enough. We're setting our sights too low -- always asking why we should spend money to go "up there" when we've got all these problems "down here." At some point, Tyson says, you gotta look up.
Tyson points out that 1/2 cent for every dollar we pay in taxes goes to fund NASA. Would you be willing to pay more? Or, as Tyson puts it, "How much would you pay for the universe?"
Note: By removing money from the system, the middle class will go belly-up. Climate change is another example. Without money in the system, banks will collapse, the economy will come to a dead stop, and grocery store shelves will empty out. So you see, Tyson is complicit with the goals of the elite. 
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Neil deGrasse Tyson made 2 brilliant observations about 'The Martian'
Kelly Dickerson
Oct. 6, 2015
Note: Nikola Tesla (perhaps the world's most intelligent person ever) acknowledge's "The stars are attached to the firmament," whereas Tyson's disinformation about the earth being a globe, and other nonsense about planets, stars, etc., proves he is not a scientist but a political hack. Amazing how he has self promoted himself as the authority on the cosmos when it really is a gigantic LIE.
Famous astrophysicist and host of StarTalk Radio Neil deGrasse Tyson was surprisingly sassy in his review of the sci-fi epic "The Martian."
"The Martian" follows the story of astronaut Mark Watney who must rely on science to survive after he gets stranded on Mars. NASA then pulls out all the stops to get him back to Earth alive.
Most scientists have praised "The Martian" for its attempt at scientific accuracy and realism.
Tyson took the opposite approach. In his first tweet about the movie, he pointed out a brilliant reason why we know "The Martian" is science fiction and not a true story:
Neil deGrasse Tyson ✔ @neiltyson
Evidence that the @MartianMovie is fantasy: All who make important decisions are scientifically literate.
6:37 PM - 2 Oct 2015
  5,843 5,843 Retweets   10,258 10,258 likes
In "The Martian," NASA has a lot of autonomy and scientists are calling all of the shots. This is not always the case in the real world. For example, senator Ted Cruz, a climate change denier, is the current chairman for the Senate Commerce Subcommittee on Space, Science, and Competitiveness that oversees NASA.
Tyson's second tweet was another zinger:
Neil deGrasse Tyson ✔ @neiltyson
Evidence that the @MartianMovie is fantasy: The USA & China cooperate with one another in Space.
6:43 PM - 2 Oct 2015
  2,195 2,195 Retweets   5,851 5,851 likes
In 2011, Congress actually expressly forbid NASA from working with any Chinese citizen or anyone affiliated with the state. It cited alleged security concerns as the reason. It will take a big policy shift to change that sentiment.
Tyson also tweeted out a few nods to the movie's attention to scientific accuracy:
 Neil deGrasse Tyson ✔ @neiltyson
The @MartianMovie — where you learn all the ways that being Scientifically Literate can save your life.
7:07 PM - 2 Oct 2015
  2,558 2,558 Retweets   5,415 5,415 likes
 Neil deGrasse Tyson ✔ @neiltyson
In the @MartianMovie, they got crucial science right, while enhancing the story by fictionalizing the science that remained.
7:28 PM - 2 Oct 2015
  1,357 1,357 Retweets   4,191 4,191 likes
But it's really those first two tweets that make Tyson's reaction to "The Martian" priceless – his quibbles aren't with the scientific accuracy of the movie (unlike some others he's reviewed on Twitter.)
"The Martian" is out in theaters right now.
NOW WATCH: The biggest science mistakes in 'The Martian'
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Neil deGrasse Tyson Tells Us Why 'Star Trek' Is So Much Better Than 'Star Wars'
Will Wei
May 14, 2013
Neil deGrasse Tyson is the world's most famous astrophysicist, and he is a HUGE Trekkie.
The host of StarTalk Radio is a fan of science fiction and futuristic movies, and of Star Trek in particular.
Considering his love for space and science, that's no surprise.
What is surprising, though, is his distaste for a certain sci-fi series with its own enormous following.
"I never got into Star Wars," Tyson tells us. "Maybe because they made no attempt to portray real physics. At all."
Watch Neil deGrasse Tyson talk about Star Wars, Star Trek, and whether he's more of a Captain Kirk or Captain Picard guy.
StarTalk Radio is a podcast and radio program hosted by astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson, where comic co-hosts, guest celebrities and scientists discuss astronomy, physics, and everything else about life in the universe. Follow StarTalk Radio on Twitter, and watch StarTalk Radio "Behind the Scenes" on YouTube
Produced by Will Wei, Robert Libetti, and Kamelia Angelova
Note: What a Windbag! Real physics is not part of his repertoire as he uses B.S. to cover up knowledge of the flat earth. Here's a good example:
Tyson claims the earth is pear shaped. Yet at the NASA website, where he is employed as an Astrophysicist, there are the famous "fake" pictures of the earth, that they show as round, globe-shaped.
Cognitive Dissonance, Tyson? So what is it? Round or pear-shaped? How about telling the truth; it is neither! We live on a flat earth!
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I believe in real science; that water doesn't bend like a solid to the curvature of the earth but will seek it's own level (flat earth), that gravity doesn't exist, but rather density and buoyancy is a better explanation thus the flat earth reality trumps the fake globe concept NASA is pushing. Take a hike, Tyson!
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