Neil deGrasse Tyson - You're Gonna Love This Clip

Discussion in 'Politics & Religion' started by pspr, Apr 18, 2012.

  1. pspr


    What if -

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  2. +1

    I was just thinking about posting this..... the "Fascinatingly disturbing thought" makes you realize just how minute we, as human beings, really are..... greate video!!

    If Stephen Hawking is the "brains" behind what we know of the universe, Neil deGrasse Tyson is the "spokesmen" behind the operation...... i always love listening to what he has to say.

    For anyone who wants to fast foreword to the "disturbing thought" go to 7:30 of the video...... :D
  3. The concepts of the video were nothing new to me but it was good anyway.

    Dark matter is mislabeled, it should be called imaginary matter.

    It literally doesn't exist. except in theory

    Funny how that doesn't disturb the atheist who says there's no evidence for God.
  4. Lucrum


    There seems to be a lot of that going around these days.
  5. pspr


    That's not true. I saw a few posts this morning made by our racist dark matter. :D
  6. Cute, no attacks this am tho. Pondering evidence.
  7. He doesn't understand how DNA works... 1-2 % difference can be huge! Especially when you consider what it codes for.

    He also isn't right when he says there is only a 1-2 % difference between us and chimps...

    As for the rest of the stuff... We should consider that some laws of nature are universal. So... We simply haven't explored those laws enough. An older intelligent species that got lucky might know more than we do.
  8. pspr


    Oh no, not evidence! Like evidence in the 'murder' of Trayvon Martin? Are you doing an investigation that will break the case wide open? :D
  9. Comparing apples and potatoes again. Not your fault tho. I blame your parents:D
  10. If chimps ever became interested in exploring the laws of nature they'd probably get where we are today... Maybe at a much slower pace...!:D

    However, chimps aren't interested in that... They can't stay still long enough to try... too hyper! AND this is a big difference between us!
    #10     Apr 19, 2012