Last Supper With Scientists

from Rational Crank.

A New version of the Last Supper!

Here is the list of guests from left to right

Galileo Galilei

Marie Curie

J. Robert Oppenheimer

Isaac Newton

Louis Pasteur

Stephen Hawking

Albert Einstein

Carl Sagan

Thomas Edison

Aristotle

Neil deGrasse Tyson

Richard Dawkins

Charles Darwin

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9 Responses to Last Supper With Scientists

  1. Bob says:

    Tyson and Dawkins seem like a stretch.

  2. Glock21 says:

    As “disciples of science” I think Tyson and Dawkins are a good addition. Tyson is probably more familiar to the younger generation though with his work on Nova and frequent guest appearances on the daily show and the colbert report. One negative side effect of this attempt at humor is it kind of lives up the stereotype/projection of religious fundies that science is somehow itself a religion. Beyond that potential misuse I found it rather clever.

  3. Bob says:

    I like Tyson, but look at the other names on the list. There’s no such thing as Tysonian Physics, the Tyson Model of the Universe, Tysonization to kill bacteria. Tysons is not the unit of measure for anything besides insanity in heavyweight boxers. Hardly a Descartes or Euler.

  4. ken says:

    That’s not Tyson, it’s Reverend Ike.

    Why not Stephen Gould or Buckminster Fuller?

  5. Gil says:

    Tyson, Sagan and Dawkins are absolutely not at the level of the other people.
    Important missing scientists are Fermi, Dirac and Heisenberg

  6. ken says:

    Not to mention two other extraordinary researchers, Albert Sabin and Jonas Salk, whose work has been of incalculable benefit to humankind.

  7. Wouter says:

    I am sure Einstein can invite who ever the fuck he likes. Stop being so God damn critical and enjoy the picture for what is is.

  8. ken says:

    Well!! (clutching my pearls).

  9. larry says:

    As long as Newton, Gallileo, and Darwin are in the shot…Einstein was a fraud. Why the f**k else would he have said, “The secret to creativity is knowing how to hide your sources.” Had he given credit where it was due, I could forgive him. He was a tool, a puppet, and his English sucked. Screw anyone who says otherwise.

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