I was engaged in a… debate last week. The subject of which is not important at this time. Suffice it to say that there was some discussion of “science”. I use quotes around the more commonly known science to illustrate a point. What point that is, even I am not sure, though we can all agree there is one.

The discussion I mention was inherently stupid, but stupider still was one of the participants (surprisingly, not me). This individual claimed that their sibling had a “Masters of Science”, which made both of them qualified to discuss the science behind such things as climate change, evolution, etc.

It was at this time I realized that the point of contention was absolutely un-winnable by yours truly. I was arguing with people that didn’t understand that a “Masters of Science” was not a Masters IN Science.

… so I gave up arguing and imagined what a Masters in Science would look like:



2 thoughts on “Con-grad-ulations!1!!

  1. “Middle school can be an awkward age,” Lemnios says. “So for these students to meet other kids just like them is pretty cool.” One of the competition’s goals is to get — and keep — students excited about science, technology, engineering and math, she says. So far, the program seems to be succeeding.

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