A Disney poster for Frozen 2 is among the things that have not escaped scrutiny from the Cliff Clavin of the science community, Neil deGrasse Tyson:
Dear @Disney, You got it right the first time. Water crystals have hexagonal “six-fold” symmetry.
— Neil deGrasse Tyson (@neiltyson) July 22, 2019
Consider yourselves SCHOOLED, Disney science deniers!
It’s a cartoon. A snowman talks and sings and dances. A princess has magical powers that nearly turned her sister into an ice zombie. Pretty sure the ENTIRE GENRE OF DISNEY PRINCESS MOVIES take place in alternate universes. https://t.co/QgjD9Agdjc
— Heather (@hboulware) July 22, 2019
Maybe it's just a symbol that's only meant to be evocative of a crystal, you pedantic bore. https://t.co/Ti7V2NQN3w
— neontaster (@neontaster) July 22, 2019
Please, nobody tell this guy about the talking fish in Finding Nemo https://t.co/CbIoIPWDi3
— Son of Spengler (@spengjr) July 22, 2019
the talking snowman, however, could happen. https://t.co/eoA4rgIQeF
— Greg Pollowitz (@GPollowitz) July 22, 2019
It takes place in a universe where snowmen can talk and sing, Neil. https://t.co/31SH3UyLik
— Cam Edwards (@CamEdwards) July 22, 2019
Maybe they do in Neil’s world.
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