Friday, June 09, 2017

When Up is Down and Bottom is on Top, It Gets Rather Strange*

I don't want to hear another Goddamn thing about conservatives being anti-science:

Whitney Stark argues in support of “combining intersectionality and quantum physics” to better understand “marginalized people” and to create “safer spaces” for them, in the latest issue of The Minnesota Review.

Because traditional quantum physics theory has influenced humanity’s understanding of the world, it has also helped lend credence to the ongoing regime of racism, sexism and classism that hurts minorities, Stark writes in “Assembled Bodies: Reconfiguring Quantum Identities.”

Yeah, societal winter is coming, all right.

These people earn obscene amounts of money churning out this dross. I wouldn't trust them to explain Fig Newtons let alone Newtonian physics.

And people are too afraid to say it is all utter nonsense and that the emperor has no science.

Tip to Instapundit.

*With apologies to charm.