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Why Can’t Women be Scientists?

Stu Cranstence tells it like it is.

Stu Cranstence tells it like it is.

Why can’t women be scientists?

The reason that there has never been a woman scientist is a matter of practicality.  Can you imagine the constant nagging?  Day and night, night and day!  And what if there was a fire or an animal attack?  You can’t make much science when you have to keep saving all the women’s lives.  I know some women can learn things if we are willing to be patient and present our ideas in a simple form.  But this will inhibit the progress of science as it strives to free itself from the sheckles of domineering ogresses.  

Remember what I always say when studying vast scientific subjects like outer space; “The sky’s the limit!”

 Now you know.

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  1. Stu Cranstence
    July 28th, 2009 at 18:34 | #1

    Kate,
    I am the first to acknowledge that women do have some value in society. Believe me, I know women. I’m married to one! As far as the women you’ve mentioned, Marie Curie, Diane Fosse, Grace Hopper and Jane Goodall, I have no idea who they are but I’m sure they are very nice (in limited doses). But Kate, to disparage
    Albert Einstein, one of the greatest astronauts of all time, only demonstrates my point; That women, though sometimes amusing, can never be scientists.
    Well , I’m glad i was able to set you straight, Kate. If you have any other questions or are confused in any way, please, don’t hesitate to contact me. Stu cranstence

  2. Kate
    July 28th, 2009 at 16:11 | #2

    Domineering ogresses? Most women have amazing minds–full of insight that is quite often brilliant. How can you possibly say there have been no female scientists? What about Jane Goodall and Diane Fossey and Grace Hopper and Marie Curie? All you have is that short, skinny, sad-looking Albert Einstein. And look at his hair! He couldn’t even manage to run a comb through that miserable mop.

    Do you think Marie Curie whined and nagged? No! She was far too busy making discoveries. Then I’ll bet she had to cook and clean and dust because her husband was lazy and incompetent. Do you think that miserable Albert Einstein could have saved Marie Curie from an animal attack? I doubt he could save himself.

    You’ve overstepped this time, Stu Cranstence. I demand an apology on behalf of all women.

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