Rebels At MIT Provide a Hint of the Pressure They Endure

Begin reading at the section heading “your sciencing is wrong.”

Pixy Misa at Ace’s place presents the excerpts as revealing mind-boggled wokeness — as if the writers can’t see the flaws in their presentation. But I see it as similar to morse coded blinks of a POW at a “news” conference.

Surely this is indicative of what our best minds at almost all institutions must suffer under today. It’s a good guess that they await the rebellion like so many others. Any one situation may become so tense that a lightning strike could set it off, triggering a chain reaction. Nobody knows the day or time.


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  1. “”Most fundamentally, the groups we studied believe that science is a process, and not an institution.””
    Luddites. 🙂

    1. Yes, the whole piece is riddled with little truths of yesterday presented as if there is something wrong with them today,

    • Toastrider on May 11, 2021 at 2:05 PM

    I saw that article and had to sit down because I was honest-to-God dumbfounded.
    Seriously. I couldn’t have been more gobsmacked if … oh heck, Jesus Christ had come busting through my door like he was doing a John Cena impersonation, complete with baseball cap and brass band.
    I cannot help but think Pascal is on the money here.

    1. Thanks for your vote of confidence TR. I tend to suggest alternatives others avoid.

      Sadly, even when I’m proven right (as it seems I’ve been about the growing power of the death cults) it doesn’t suggest to me any answers I may pass on other than prayer. In this case, I’ve known engineers and scientists who’ve retired or left their profession early rather than bend to the pressures I suggested could be the case here.

      I wrote this in hopes it might provide hope to they who authored the piece that someone got the message rather than only feel the ridicule found in the original. I hope it may also aid those who currently labor under such a predicament. Any skill I might have may have been sharpened from conversations with salaried employees who often confided in me what they would not dare say to regular coworkers. Suffering in silence has been typical for many skilled in science and tech. After 14 of my 40 years, having particular dislike for it is what drove me to go IC.

      Thanks for your encouragement. I will continue to chime in from time to time with off-the-beaten-path perspectives. I pray more will come to choose that path too because nothing stymies social engineers more than having too many outlying responses to their “incentives.”

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