Listen: Thomas Massie, Albert Einstein And MIT discussed on AM Joy
"Thrones. Look closely. No one had ever seen this before. That is a black hole called 'em eighty seven some fifty five million light years away. What Albert Einstein predicted one hundred years ago is in fact, true the first image of an actual black hole. Not the only moment of geek that went viral this week Kentucky Republican congressman Thomas Massie garnered media attention this self-same week for this bit of this bit of science confusion during a hearing in which he questioned former Senator and secretary of State John Kerry on the science of climate change. Isn't it? True. You have a science degree from Yale. What's that? Arts degree is it a political science degree. Yes, political. So how do you get arts in science? Well, it's liberal arts education and degree. It's a bachelor. Okay. So it's not really science. So I think it's somewhat appropriate that somebody with a pseudo science degree is here pushing pseudoscience in front of our committee today. I want to ask you are you serious? I mean really is happening here the lady behind him in the white is like everybody listening to that. Well, rather than push away from the table and walk away after revealing that he though an MIT graduate does not seem to know the difference between political science and science"