Saturday, October 29, 2016

"Science is hard, Barbie"

Here's my WND column for this weekend entitled "Science is hard, Barbie."


  1. Yes, science is hard. Life is hard too. And like John Wayne said, 'Life is even harder if you are stupid'.
    Montana Guy

  2. because they use the scientific method” and concluded STEM subjects (science, technology, engineering, medicine) promote “a chilly climate that marginalizes women.” [Emphasis added.]


    Ok, I'm no science major here. What IS she talking about. Doesn't the scientific method remove bias?

    I get so sick of those "women" (and men for that matter that act like them). I feel like I need to apologize for being female. Should I say..."I would like to sincerely apologize for these women who got their panties in a twist about, oh I don't know, the truth."

    And honey, if the environment is chilly.....put on a danged sweater. (It will keep you head lights from showing) or Go back into the kitchen, all that canning and baking, its hotter than Hades.

  3. Sorry, but I couldn't bring myself to read this drivel, not anything YOU wrote, just THEIR crap!

  4. I can use the scientific method perfectly well, thanks.

    Last time I visited the potty, I was still biologically speaking a woman.

  5. Dear oh dear. I thought this sort of thing went out following the Sokal hoax (and if you don't know what I'm referring to, google it - it's worth knowing!). It worries me that things which were simply guff babbled in liberal arts faculties back when I did my BA twenty years ago are unleashed on an unsuspecting world.

  6. This is a PhD candidate? Really tells you how far down the road our education system has strayed. She is a great example of the dumbing down of supposed educated elites. Guess they award PhD's to just about any worthless endeavor. Another worthless diploma IMO.... Good luck on marketing that skill!