May 18 Reblogged
I have a feeling that a Commodore 64 could out-logic Kirk Cameron when it comes to creationism vs. science. I mean, judging from his extreme knowledge of banana evolution, who could doubt him??
“Like bullying a blind man”: That was what former sitcom actor and adamant Christian activist Kirk Cameron complained it was like to say anything negative about Stephen Hawking. “He has an unfair disadvantage, and that gives him a free pass on some of his absurd ideas.” It’s a crass and lowly insult to Hawking to suggest that he’s the benefit of an “unfair disadvantage,” which clearly refers to his ALS. Especially because it implies that he’s the beneficiary of some sort of sympathy within the scientific community, as opposed what his is; the owner of a magnificent mind that’s he’s used to bettering humankind. Whatever you might say about Growing Pains, we reckon that contribution doesn’t measure up. source
What do you mean, I’m “obsessed”?
This has been a Fangirl Public Service Announcement.
Currently in my DVD player.
Because it has recently come to my attention that listening to Benedict Cumberbatch (as Stephen Hawking) talking science is a really awesome thing to fall asleep to.
Also, it’s evident to me that my Cumberbatch fangirling has been leaking from my regular tumblr into this one. I REGRET NOTHING.
I apologize, you guys. I’m having a fangirl overload.
No, no I don’t. I don’t apologize at all. I’m quite content.
It’s my day off.
Let’s talk about things I should be doing:
- anything at all productive, really
Now, let’s talk about things I am doing:
- watching this:
Benedict Cumberbatch playing Stephen Hawking? It’s like my entire life has been leading up to this moment.
Anyhow, if you need me, I’ll be in my bunk. Ta.
Jan 24 Reblogged
This is exceedingly relevant to my life right now. DAMN YOU, CUMBERBATCH!!!
May 02 Reblogged
look at this stud stephen hawking in 1965. he rules so hard!
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