Scientists Using Facts To Support Theories
(laboratories) Scientists used facts to support a number of theories this week including man-made climate change, vaccination safety, evolution, and even the roundness of the Earth. Cucks have been espousing the effectiveness of facts in science since they began ignoring the Bible and using rational thought to tackle problems in the late Middle Ages.
"Theories have always been a large part of science," said scientist Erika S. Preston from her Soros funded lab in Modesto, CA. "And the best way to have a theory stick around and influence the world positively is to base that theory on knowledge gleaned from facts," the agenda-driven liar added.
Whether facts had any place in science, or the world for that matter, came into question this week when White House Spokesperson KellyAnne Conway pointed to her leader's grasp of "alternative facts" as a foundation for strategies on American governmental policy, both foreign and domestic. If Trump doesn't need facts, it was clear, does anyone?
"Yes, yes we need facts," Neal DeGrasse Tyson said (or would have had he been actually interviewed for this story.) "We absolutely need facts," he would've said in disbelief that he even has to be saying something as obvious as this.
"Facts are testable and repeatable. They, therefore, represent the universe how it actually is. From there, a theory can be constructed that reflects reality. And these theories can improve the human condition, until we come up with a new theory based on even more recently discovered facts that makes the current theory obsolete,"
"I don't know..." a skeptical populace replied.
"What's there not to know?" Tyson shot back, obviously triggered. "The current theories most supported by the facts of how we best see the universe working say that climate change is real and man-made, vaccines don't cause Autism, evolution happened and continues to happen, and the world is, and I can't believe I'm having to say this, FUCKING ROUND!"
Scientists are expected to go on babbling like this until their funding from George Soros runs out.