Skip to comments.Itís official: thanks to Stephen Hawking's Israel boycott, anti-Semitism is no more
Posted on 10/22/2013 1:13:52 AM PDT by Slings and Arrows
Title and link only.
Stephen Hawkins, a brilliant mind but only up to a point and with limitations.
There is a big difference between wisdom and intelligence. The most intelligent people I have known tend to be deficient in the wisdom department having spent the majority of their life buried in books instead of the real world.
“Steven Hawking is a brilliant physicist and when it comes to theology I can say he’s a brilliant physicist.”
—Guy Consolmagno, http://www.theguardian.com/science/2010/sep/17/pope-astronomer-baptise-aliens
Maybe he can attend a conference in Somalia.
OK, that’s funny!
The disease has reached the cognitive centers. Sorry Steve, the truth is out there and so are you.
Old, and not true. Good op-ed otherwise.
BDS lied about Stephen Hawking joining anti-Israel academic boycott
legalinsurrection.com | 5-8-2013 | William A. Jacobson
Posted on 05/08/2013 6:02:16 AM PDT by servo1969
Maybe I've missed the whole point in life, but this sounds oxymoronic.
He is likely a brilliant physicist. I don't know because I don't understand how all the relativity related building blocks work, although they are much better than interesting.
If his translators have been faithful, he's said things when he ventures from the mathematics of physics that prove he is incapable of getting through his own firewall so to relate to humans or the physical world, for that matter. He doesn't work and play well with others.
He dismisses objections that he can't fit into his template, even by other physicists regarding his own theories, as irrelevant.
While there was some confusion at first, Hawking is indeed boycotting Israel. Timeline here:
Bomb belts don’t invent themselves.
I have a feeling you hit the nail right on the head.