April 15, 2019
The Jew-run media has been making people believe that a 29-year-old Jewess named Katie Bouman was primarily responsible for generating the first alleged “photo” of a black hole. Everything about this is a lie.
Much of this sorry saga was already written about in the recent weekly Stormer write-up. However, everything about this story is such a fraud that it is worthy of further analysis.
A 29-year-old Jewess named Katie Bouman was given most of the credit by her racial brethren in the media for generating the first alleged image of a black hole. Despite the fact that around 200 people were involved in the project, her face has been plastered everywhere as being the one primarily responsible for this alleged scientific accomplishment.
The Washington Post put out a video on their YouTube channel featuring Bouman rambling incoherently about black holes. The clip is designed to make the viewer think that she was the genius behind the alleged discovery.
Other media outlets have actually referred to her as a hero for this so-called scientific achievement.
Katie Bouman, a postdoctoral fellow who contributed to the Black Hole project, became an instant hero for women and girls in STEM, a welcome symbol in a world hungry for representation https://t.co/7Snrjyvv94
— The New York Times (@nytimes) April 13, 2019
Laughably, the Jews over at The New York Times put out an article claiming that her becoming the face of this was just an accident.
Talk about bullshit. Bouman put out a Facebook post rubbing her hands together implying that she was solely responsible for the black hole image. She was clearly trying to take credit for the entire thing knowing full well that the media would hail her as a great female genius and feminist icon.
Notice how she referred to “I” and not “we” in her initial Facebook post.
Watching in disbelief as the first image I ever made of a black hole was in the process of being reconstructed.
As was previously pointed out in the Stormer weekly report, her code contributions to the project were minimal. She contributed just a tiny fraction of the code responsible for the software that generated the image. It’s laughable that she is being presented as the face of the project.
It was noted by a variety of people on social media that a programmer named Andrew Chael contributed much more code to the project than Bouman. People rightly argued that he deserved more credit than Bouman because of this. But sadly, Chael went to Twitter to denounce the people who questioned Bouman’s role in the project.
(1/7) So apparently some (I hope very few) people online are using the fact that I am the primary developer of the eht-imaging software library (https://t.co/n7djw1r9hY) to launch awful and sexist attacks on my colleague and friend Katie Bouman. Stop.
— Andrew Chael (@thisgreyspirit) April 12, 2019
To be fair, he probably would have been fired from his job if he did not downplay his contributions and overstated what Bouman contributed. But even if Bouman did make substantive code contributions, it doesn’t explain why the media chose to present her as the face of the project. She was just another member of the team and not deserving of any special recognition beyond the other 200 or so people involved with the project.
The New York Times report even admitted that a previous black hole algorithm she was involved in developing wasn’t even used to manufacture this image.
While she led the development of an algorithm to take a picture of a black hole, an effort that was the subject of a TED Talk she gave in 2016, her colleagues said that technique was not ultimately used to create this particular image.
The media has comically claimed that these valid criticisms of Bouman’s contributions were coming primarily from incels and sexist trolls.
I guess astrophysicist Katie Bouman is now in the same honored category as Captain Marvel: any kind of female achievement brings out the trolls https://t.co/55xfB3PZLx
— Paul Krugman (@paulkrugman) April 12, 2019
There’s no other way to put it: these platforms are contributing to historical erasure.
Incels and racists know how to game algorithms in invisible ways.
YouTube and Facebook refuse to meet this challenge head on, letting them literally rewrite history.https://t.co/cPTwLSjUcy
— Ben Collins (@oneunderscore__) April 12, 2019
It is a totally ridiculous claim. People are merely questioning why she, out of all the people involved with the project, is getting all the credit for the image. It’s obvious that she received credit not based on substantive achievements but instead because she’s a Jewish female. The media wanted to give her all the credit so they could use her to help further promote the destructive society destroying ideology of feminism.
YouTube even went so far as to modify their search algorithm so videos critical of Bouman were buried. It’s quite ironic that a supposedly empowered and independent female would need to be protected from criticism. And if the criticisms were as invalid as they claim, why would YouTube need to go out of their way to conceal them from people?
Looks like YouTube fixed it; the search query now has the Top News header, but the video doesn't appear after that section either. pic.twitter.com/8SDZb7Rbe8
— Max Woolf (@minimaxir) April 12, 2019
But outside of this media fiasco with Bouman, the entire black hole project itself appears to be a massive fraud. In fact, the entire concept of black holes seems to be a gigantic scientific hoax perpetuated by Jews.
Other Jews like David Finkelstein and Jakob Bekenstein helped promote additional gibberish theories about black holes throughout the 20th century. The entire field of study as long as it has existed has been dominated by Jews and this fact alone makes it a highly questionable concept.
And what about the alleged black hole photo itself? It looks like a photo of a glazed donut that was edited in Photoshop to make it look like it was floating in space. But not only that, the entire idea that a photo can be taken of something that nobody has seen before is absurd. Everything about black hole research reeks of nonsensical pseudoscience.
Considering what we already know about Jews, it would not surprise me in the least if this alleged black hole photo turns out to just be a picture of a glazed donut. It could also be any number of other gross things that I won’t bother mention. The point being, is that there is no reason to believe that this is actually a photo of a black hole. And for all we know, the filthy yids are in their temples laughing at how gullible and dumb the goyim are for believing all this crap.