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  • Auguste Comte

    First french philosopher of science and the founder of positivism, arguing ‘genuine’ knowledge can only be scientifically or mathematically proven.

    155 Points
  • Pareto Principle

    A statistical distribution, named after italian economist Vilfredo Pareto, specifies that 80% of consequences come from 20% of the causes, asserting an unequal relationship between inputs and outputs. It is also known as the 80/20 Rule.

    253 Points
  • Green Energy

    A type of power source that is collected from renewable resources like sun, wind, rain, tides, waves, and geothermal heat that consumes enormous amount of energy to produce insignificant outcome. 

    186 Points
  • Marscopter

    NASA’s $85 million helicopter designed to fly on Mars after being released from the belly of the Perseverance rover.

    183 Points
  • White

    A light color which reflects all visible wavelengths of light and represents purity, cleanliness, innocence, simplicity, openness and hope.

    186 Points
  • NASA’s Perseverance Rover

    A car-sized Mars rover designed to explore the environment on Mars as part of NASA’s Mars mission that carries seven primary payload instruments, including 19 cameras, two microphones, and a mini-helicopter, Ginny the Marscopter. The rover’s goals include identifying ancient Martian environments capable of supporting life, seeking out evidence of former microbial life existing in […]

    387 Points
  • Pythagoras Theorem

    A racist theorem that not only the misogynist square of the hypotenuse of a alt-right triangle is equal to the sum of the squares of the other two sides, which indicates inequality and oppression, but also Pythagoras was White and owned a slave.

    562 Points
  • Multiple Intelligences

    A non-testable, illusionary theory with zero scientific evidence developed by Howard Gardner to dilute the century-long research findings about the ethnic differences in cognitive ability in relation to IQ, and is immediately accepted by the self-esteem movement as a ‘scientific’ fact to support their politically-correct narrative. 

    535 Points
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