The release of the first-ever image of a black hole has excited the scientific community and fascinated many others. But of course, there are some who see it as an opportunity to forward other agendas, with a little help from Albert Einstein:
I'm thinking that if Albert Einstein were alive today, he would be super happy at this discovery and super distressed that there are folks who still deny #ClimateChange.
Believe in science. https://t.co/JqmJOb0NGR
— Ted Lieu (@tedlieu) April 10, 2019
If that’s true then what would Einstein thought of exactly ZERO Dems voting in favor of the Green New Deal in the Senate? We can only speculate.
The number of logical stolen bases here is staggering. https://t.co/KyTnHvlFtG
— Dave Mason (@EvadMason) April 10, 2019
Lieu is trying to be the Rickey Henderson of logical stolen bases.
Ted, if "basic physics" supports climate hysteria, why didn't Einstein pound the table to warn us about the CO2-induced apocalypse?
— Tom Nelson (@tan123) April 10, 2019
You're an idiot. One of the major tenants of science is to always question itself. Science has been wrong millions of times. So blind belief in anything like science, religion, or democrats is inherently dangerous. You simply aren't very intelligent. You need to quit now.
— Brad Everhart (@U2Brad) April 10, 2019
Little known fact: Einstein couldn't predict the weather either based on CO2 either. https://t.co/fz1znISfMU
— Steve Milloy (@JunkScience) April 10, 2019
I’m thinking that if Xerxes were alive today, he would be super happy to conquer every blue state and distressed that his new subjects are useless morons. https://t.co/mEgGZNoSdj
— Fusilli Spock (@awstar11) April 10, 2019
1) You can "know" science. "Belief" is an article of faith.
2) General relatively is one of the most experimentally-validated theories in modern science. It makes predictions that can be tested precisely. Can climate change say the same? https://t.co/3hqzvQG9YO
— Michael Haugen (@HaugenATX) April 10, 2019
What would Einstein think about the Left’s “believe in science” mantra?