2019 Jun 15, 3:03pm
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Women assigned to look at a section of the sky by a White Male and note any differences, are now being lauded as the discoverers, when the White Male was only firming up what they already suspected and came up with the entire process to A) Scan that region of the sky and B) Conditions that should be considered for follow up.
When the first big Cyclotron was built (still there I think above UC Berkeley Campus below the Lawrence Hall of Science) they employed housewives to scan the plates to look for atomic events because the housewives were simply better at pattern recognition. I guess we need a movie about how the housewives discovered the first fundamental particles and had the credit stolen by the nasty white physicists.
NASA went to great lengths to recruit women and minorities, with the usual hall passes and gold stars to 'make it so'.
I literally took one of her classes on the American Colonial Era.
You took one of her classes or you literally took one of her classes? Is there a reason why Literally is the new overused word this year?
It an overused word, but I'm using it correctly.
Mostly about the everyday lives of Colonialists, credit/barter economy,
She taught you that if they needed a wagon wheel fixed by a carpenter, they negotiated and paid him with some chickens or a goat?
Us GenXers at work purposely speak about such things amongst each other just to drive Millennials nuts. It's like we are speaking in Navajo right in front of 'em.
The past was not as great as conservatives make it seem nor as bad as progressives make it seem.
Millennials at work don't even know what the term 'carpet bagger' means.