Neil deGrasse Tyson Gets Taken To The Wood Shed By Marshall Barnes Over Wrong Time Travel Statements
In a new article released by Vocal.media, Marshall Barnes smashes Neil deGrasse Tyson's facade as an expert on time travel, as well as someone who can teach people "how to think", with a blistering critique that will thrill Tyson's many critics.
By: Fame Plan
So said Marshall Barnes on his latest article, Time Travel Irony: Why deGrasse Tyson Needs To Take His Own Advice, for the Vocal.Media platform, this time in the Education section. The internationally noted R&D engineer, conceptual theorist and advanced concept science and technology boffin, has been on the cutting edge of temporal mechanics and time travel theory for several years now. A famed astrophysicist, Neil deGrasse Tyson has been featured in commercials for MasterClass where he mentions time travel as one of the topics he's known for. In reality, Tyson has no papers on the subject.
The article looks at video clips of Tyson on his program, Star Talk, answering questions from listeners and read, in most cases, by comedian, Chuck Nice. Tyson, who is known for an immoderate attitude, if not complete arrogance, is exposed by Marshall with brutal efficiency for incompetently making statements on various time travel issues, authoritatively.
"One of the great challenges in this world is knowing enough about a subject to think you're right but not enough about the subject to know you're wrong," is a Tyson quote Marshall opens the article with and proves it applies to Tyson when it comes to time travel.
"I think there's a saying, about a person who knows just enough about a subject to be dangerous to themselves. That would fit Tyson as well, but he said it so much better himself," Marshall remarks with a laugh.
"Look," Marshall said, "I'm a leading expert on time travel, and promote its completion as a method to escape extinction level events that will come. The science has changed, as anyone interested, knows. Now, if Tyson has a problem with that, we can settle it like intelligent men always have - a public debate. We can do it on his home turf, the Hayden, with his fans and friends to support him. Oh, and he'll need 'em. So, sure. I'll be his huckleberry. Bet on it."
You can read the article at https://vocal.media/