Beware of the “That’s not Science!” Squawkers. What is ‘Real Science?’
Let me clue you in first on what Langan calls Science and also on what I conceive as Science where the two are not disconnected; but rather fleshed out in more worthy terms.
It kills me to hear people on my YouTube channel and elsewhere on the Inter Web, read Quora or Reddit, utter that dullest of phrases: “That’s not Science.”
Or elsewhere you will hear people say “I follow Science” or “He doesn’t follow the Science,” or “That’s not Scientific.”
Wherever you hear theses catch phrases beware, observe the sayer in his sorry state, then proceed to promptly laugh.
It’s the worst case when these people have had or have been ‘through’ a postsecondary education [having never understood what Science actually is even while shelling out $100,000 over four years in a ‘Scientific’ institution which is the University’s job], yet most haven’t. Most fall below 115 IQ points, though it is true that many fall into the 120-125 ‘danger zone’ that Langan warns us about [no issue if that’s your range as well, seeing as you don’t concern yourself with the latest in ‘pronouns’ or ‘Critical Race Theory,’ its an ideology you see which clouds their minds]. You know those Grad students who, imbibed in leftisch ideology, are concerned about injustice as it spreads across their World of Harsh Oppression as they drive in their Parent’s gifted Mercedes ‘starter car’ and drink $10 lattes from Starbucks. I have more to say on how correct Marx was when he spoke of ‘False Consciousness’ and ‘Ideological Superstructure,’ though obviously with the shoe being on the other foot - it is liberals who own and run everything and seep ideology into all our living places (stay tuned for my next article).
For now let us just stick to the “That’s not science” phraseology.
On my YouTube just today there came a person saying “The CTMU isn’t real science, it provides no testable claims, one would spend their time better studying real science, Langan is a fraud.” How it makes me shiver….
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