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Ever wonder why they claimed to have walked on the moon, on the very first attempt (even though, right here on earth, Mt. Everest and the South Pole took numerous tries before success), allegedly accomplishing this amazing feat with antiquated 1960’s technology (while today a cell phone has one million times the computing power than ALL of NASA did back then), yet FIFTY years later, the farthest an astronaut can travel from the Earth to the moon is only 1 / 1000th the distance? Read More
It’s all a Lie. NASA must Die, so We Can Live
Famed astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson knows the Earth is, in fact, round. Tyson also knows some people who share his level of celebrity don’t agree with him on that.
After vainly explaining to these celebs time and time again that the Earth is round, Tyson is trying a different approach. This time, he’s showing how science deniers can be detrimental in government.
In a series of tweets on Friday, Tyson highlighted a larger problem that high-profile flat-Earthers (and other types of science deniers) create: They are bad influences on their fans and supporters.
Tyson began by explaining that flat-Earthers who live in the U.S. are allowed to say whatever they want, truth or not. Constitutional rights don’t make beliefs true, however
V for Vendetta is about Jesuit Guy Hawkes and the Gunpowder or Jesuit Treason plot to bring down the Crown of England in 1605. Unknowing activists adopt the mask as anarchists and sovereign individuals, yet have no clue they are supporting the Jesuit agenda to divide and conquer.