Discussion in 'Conspiracies' started by Eugene Shubert, Mar 21, 2015.
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Is there a question here?
There is an obvious question. Which person absurdly denies science? Is it the scientist or the angry BBC reporter?
Many religious people don't believe in science just as many scientists don't believe in religions.
Well you manage it on a regular basis.
Fine. However, you don't understand the comedy of the video.
Is there any reason I should?
Is the entire thing funny or is it just the odd humorous line interspersed throughout the 2 and a quarter hours that you (somehow) expect us to watch with no explanation?
I see this is "9-11 Scholars for Truth". I'm going to report this with a request that it be moved to the Conspiracies section.
(Like Dywyddyr and most others here, I would not for a moment consider watching a 2hr video, just because some fellow on the internet brings it to my attention. But least of all when the subject seems to be a ludicrous 9-11 conspiracy theory.)
The entire video (which starts at the 25 second mark) is funny because the chemistry professor only wants to discuss facts and science while the BBC reporter behaves much like the exchemist that is outraged that anyone believes in a scientific view that isn't approved by the US goberment.
Or maybe it's funny because a certain nutcase thinks that the chemistry professor is discussing facts and science.
It is true that I agree with the chemistry professor. Is it true that your understanding of the facts and science coincides with that of the BBC reporter?
Please refer to post #5 by me.
That too would be comical since Dr Niels Harrit refused to speculate and insisted repeatedly that he was only qualified to talk about science and evidence.
No. The subject is "How dare anyone discuss scientific facts that aren't approved by the powers that be?"
Given that you've consistently shown yourself to not understand science I find THAT rather more amusing than the OP.
Then feel free to start a thread on that. It would be very short since I would ask for proof and you wouldn't be able to produce anything valid. This thread however is about a distinguished chemistry professor that angers a faith-based non-scientist that obviously disrespects science.
Well the thread is now in Conspiracies, where it belongs, so I am content.
Ignorance is bliss. Enjoy.
I agree. Apart from linking to some of the unscientific crap you spread in the various threads you've started I wouldn't be able to produce anything at all.
Nope, it's about a nutcase claiming that a chemistry professor who's talking bollocks is somehow being "scientific" (oh look! More support for my claim about you).
Who are the powers that be?
Separate names with a comma.