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Guest Post: Why Human Sciences Are A Scam

December 26, 2010 5 comments

A guest post by Nestorius
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It takes one moron to generate an infinity of moronity. In other words, one error generates an infinity of errors.

‘Respected scholars’ in humanities are fond of creating neologies which end up by possessing them and their souls. Most of the time, such neologies are as truthful as the unicorn. ‘Respected scholars’ can’t avoid making the situation worse and often they create erroneous neologies to correct or rationalize other erroneous neologies.

Many of you must have read Wikipedia. Wikipedia, while innocent in its intention, contains a wealth of all moronic neologies invented by ‘well respected scholars’ in all fields..

One reason for the existence of these neologies is that those morons think, that like chemistry, math, geology and physics, in human sciences they can create any neology they want based on whatever evidence they have. While this is justified, most of the case they get it wrong.

Many of you have heard of the following moronic neologies: Indo-Europeans, Aryans, Semites and Celtic. Well, here are the reasons why those terms are nonsense.

Somewhere in the 18th and 19th centuries, some linguists noticed the link between many European languages and Indian languages like Sanskrit. Further analysis of those languages made it clear that those languages descend from a mother language. Linguists coined the term ‘Indo-European’ to indicate this mother language. This neology corresponded with reality. Then some moron came and thought that this mother language was spoken by a people and that those who speak the derived languages were the descendents of this people. Then he applied the term ‘Indo-Europeans’ to all those peoples. But he didn’t have evidence of all this. Needless to say, this moronic neology generated other moronities, of which Hitler was one of the propagators.

Aryans were an ancient people which split into two branches: one came to India and another to Iran. In ancient Persian, Aryans were called ‘Ayriyaa’ which later became ‘Ayraan’ then ‘Eran’. Iran was called ‘Eran shahr’ = ‘the country of the Aryans’, which was later abbreviated into Eran or Iran. You must now get the picture. Now, those who read Sanskrit and Persian encountered those facts. Then some moron came and linked the Aryans with the ‘Indo-Europeans’ and concluded that the first ‘Indo-Europeans’ were the Aryans. Therefore, one moronity generated another moronity until the rise Hitler, himself a branch in the tree of moronity.

If you read Genesis in the Bible, you must have noticed all the genealogies there. These genealogies represent people who were known by the Jews in the 4th century BC. Linguists noticed that some languages like Hebrew, Arabic and Syriac had a mother language. Then they noticed that peoples speaking them were considered as the sons of Sem son of Noah, so this group of languages was called Semitic. Then some moron came and deduced that, because there was a mother language, there must be an original people, and he called this people ‘Semites’.

The Celts were an ancient people who spread in France, Spain, Italy, former Yugoslavia and even Turkey. In Great Britain and Ireland people with the same language were found, but there is no evidence that they called themselves Celts. Commonalities between Irish, Welsh and some remains of the old Celtic languages lead some linguist to coin the term Celtic to describe the whole linguistic group. Then morons picked the term and started describing anything related to Ireland, Wales, Scotland and French Brittany as Celtic. The moronity is still carried until now.

These are simple proofs for why such terms are nonsense.

So how does it relate to universities?

Universities are filled with the latest generation on the n-level of the branches of the tree of moronities. These ‘respectable scholars’ of the establishment are a tool in the survival and propagation of such nonsense. You won’t find anyone who dares to abolish this established nonsense, on the contrary there will be those who will not only perpetuate it but also invent new nonsense to backup the older nonsense.

Cutting the tree of moronities and removing the blanket, that covers the truth and that passes as academic achievements, means abolishing the establishment. In other words, it means burning all humanities’ departments, centers and institutes in all universities.
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