Solitary’s twinkle (whoa)
Ice way pinkle (whoa)
10 flight pringle all the 10,000 single (whoa)
Dress it up and mail it (whoa)
Bag it up and sell it (whoa)
Started out finessin’ (whoa)
Ended up finessin’ (whoa)
I got (brr) and my ear (whoa)
Got (brr) wrap my neck in the cold (whoa)
Remix remix like whoa (whoa)
Got the whole club hollin’ out (whoa)
Had to take the trip (whoa)
Million dividends (whoa)
All black lens (whoa)
Cash out on the Benz (whoa)
Come through like skrrrrt on loud (whoa)
Im always turnin’ up (whoa whoa)
Ain’t gone never turn down (whoa)
VV’S in my wrist (whoa)
And they smell like fish (whoa)
1 to the sky 5 fingers that’s the sixth (whoa)
I’m gone to the moon
I’m gone to the moon
I’m gone to the moon
I float like balloons
We never went to the moon. We never will go to the moon. It is a satanic lie to deceive the masses into believing that space travel is possible which can NEVER happen. Man was created BY GOD to inhabit the earth which is the center of all of God’s creation. The liars, murderers, and thieves of NASA know this because they are actively hiding the evidence of it. Just like the liars and thieves of the smithsonian hide and steal all the fossil evidence of the giants, which proves the Bible is true; the satanic liars of NASA seek to draw all mankind to hell with them like their father the devil. All NASA Liars Will Burn In Hell Forever!
We’ve already established that a newspaper headline touted for years by Tyson likely doesn’t exist. We’ve also established that the exact quote he uses to bash members of Congress as being stupid also doesn’t exist. And then we established that the details within one of Tyson’s favorite anecdotes — a story of how he bravely confronted a judge about his mathematical illiteracy while serving on jury duty — seem to change every time Tyson tells the story.
In addition to those two highly questionable quotes and one highly questionable story, we now have another blatantly false quote peddled by Tyson. He has peddled this quote for years (including at a presentation on Sunday night at the Paramount Theatre in Seattle).
And that’s what’s so valuable about the hysterical responses to my research on Tyson. These lovers of science don’t actually love science, because science requires you to go where the evidence takes you, even if it goes against your original hypothesis. What many of Tyson’s cultists really like is the notion that one can become more intelligent via osmosis — that you can become as smart and as credentialed as Tyson by merely clapping like a seal at whatever he says, as long as what he says fits the political worldview of your average progressive liberal.
Tyson may be a great scientist, but what he’s selling at a price of $70 per ticket isn’t science. He’s selling the self satisfaction that comes from moral preening. Neil Tyson is adored by people who want the sweet feeling of smug, intellectual superiority without all the baggage of actually being intellectually superior in any way. They love math and science up to the point at which one of them needs to figure out a restaurant tip, and then out comes the iPhone calculator. The more self-aware ones will just round up to the nearest dollar and then pretend it’s because they’re generous. But overall, we’re dealing with people who love science so much that they picked college majors just to avoid the subject they allegedly love so dearly.
Many people assume that astronomers “see” exoplanets directly through their telescopes, perhaps akin to the Earth as a pale blue dot sitting alongside a distant star. The reality is much stranger: in most cases, all that is seen is a single, stationary pin-point of light – the star itself. Yet by measuring the brightness of that speck of light, astronomers may see a tiny repeated dimming, as though the star is winking at us, indicating the transit of an exoplanet in front of the star, blocking a fraction of the light. But just from that faint light, we are able to find out a lot about the exoplanet.
With the help of simple methods and powerful telescopes, astronomers may infer that the star is wobbling back and forth, as it is tugged by the gravity of an exoplanet. From the depth of the “wink” and the amplitude of the “wobble”, the size and mass respectively of the unseen exoplanet can be determined. This can give us its density and surface gravity which in turn tell us what the exoplanet may be made of.
NASA EXOPLANET BULLCRAP
Exoplanets are nothing more than twinkling stars – PATHETIC!
About 97% of all the known exoplanets, have been discovered by indirect techniques of detection, mainly by radial velocity measurements and transit monitoring techniques. The following methods have proved successful for discovering a new planet or confirming an already discovered planet: 
Light variations due to relativistic beaming
Light variations due to ellipsoidal variations