The metric for Trumpization is simply two words:
Trump: I won popular vote.
(Observers):It's official: Clinton won the popular vote.
Trump: Because millions of people voted fraudulently.
Trump: (My word itself is evidence. Even if I shot someone in the middle of Fifth Avenue, my voters will still support me, Megical Me.)
Trumpizing is a carefree process of degenerating from American founding principles of truth and evidence.
I retrieved "In Science We Trust" from my memory, Max. But if I remembered correctly, it was from Nature (leading scientific journal in the world) or Scientific American (a Google serarch has confirmed it:
nature: In science we trust
Scientific American: In Science We Trust
When I posted the thread with title "In Science We Trust: Evolution Creates Life" and the map (picture), you reacted with "it sounds like nonsense." Not to mention the fact that "In Science We Trust" is much appreciated by leading scientists
, isn't evolution of life a well-established truth in science, Max? Such lack of respect for science is typically a Trump-style behavior. Your English is sufficient to distinguish "In Science We Trust" from "in Science we trust" in the background of "evolution" with that wonderful picture as evidence.
So who's unfounded? Who's making personal attacks? My evidence is there. Yet you shut your eyes and simply responded with "nonsense" without offering your evidence for discussion. Isn't this behavior of yours Trumpized? Isn't this behavior of yours unfounded? Isn't this behavior of yours personal attacks?
In Science We Trust: Evolution Creates Life
I don't know exactly what trusting in Science (with a capital 'S') means.
But it sounds like nonsense.
All words are capitalized together as a headline: In Science We Trust: Evolution Creates Life.
Scientists are science incarnate, science in the flesh, which provides the strongest foundation for civilization.
Your words show us that you are increasingly Trump-ized in your thinking pattern.
I would also like you to provide a metric for what it means to be "Trumpized" (a metric is an important tool in science to test a hypothesis).
1) You are making bold unfounded assertions... and you are stating them as facts.
2) I am questioning your assertions and asking for a evidence based discussion.
3) You are responding with personal attacks.
I would think that your behavior is closer to "Trumpism" than mine. But without a metric we can't say for sure.