In one of her typical rambling tweets, Joyce Carol Oates tried to use a Hindenburg analogy about lies or something. At any rate, her analogy went horribly wrong.
Lies are the helium holding aloft our Hindenberg slow-drifting across the sky & blotting out our light.
— Joyce Carol Oates (@JoyceCarolOates) July 23, 2017
Who needs science?
Tfw you screw up the gases of the most famous engineering disaster cliche ever. https://t.co/5o35MFvJCC
— Cuffy (@CuffyMeh) July 23, 2017
If the Hindenberg had used helium it wouldn't have exploded. https://t.co/e7Jat19VRG
— Howard Roark Laughed (@Major_Skidmark) July 23, 2017
One is the loneliest number. It is also the atomic number of the elemental gas that held the Hindenburg aloft: HYDROGEN, not helium, genius https://t.co/cyyQJudhfn
— GadsdenJazz (@GadsdenJazz) July 23, 2017
this is what passes for leftist intellectualism these days. https://t.co/3cCjsm4Iyu
— UncleFacts (@unclefacts) July 23, 2017
You failed Chemistry, didn't you? https://t.co/eUqeqSsjPQ
— Ned Ryerson (@Crapplefratz) July 23, 2017
— Slovydal (@Slovydal) July 23, 2017
Do you have editors who can research things before you comment on them, cause you need a little help https://t.co/3Dz1owK444
— DaveinTexas (@DaveinTexas) July 23, 2017
Helium, hydrogen, whatevs https://t.co/3HrksvxUlv
— Jason (@TucsonFan4) July 23, 2017
Lecture us further about what is happening to our climate.