This week was the 50th anniversary of the first broadcast from Telstar, the first commercial satellite in orbit. This was the beginning of all the satellite communications technologies from satellite phones to GPS that we use today. It’s also an example of some of the things that men do such as solve problems and advance technology.
Telstar was built in an era when there weren’t any government imposed roadblocks to men getting involved with science and engineering. The men who produced Telstar didn’t have to worry about leftists like Obama using Title IX to impose quotas to limit the number of men who can get science and engineering education and bragging about how fewer men than women get college educations.
Obama has said “Title IX isn’t just about sports,” but also “inequality in math and science education” and “a much broader range of fields, including engineering and technology. I’ve said that women will shape the destiny of this country, and I mean it.” Women shaping the destiny of the US in science and engineering means that less science and engineering will happen in the US. Science, engineering, and technological advancement will more and more happen elsewhere or not happen at all. I don’t know what the next Telstar will be, but whatever it is, it will be created outside the US (and the West) or not be created at all.
This should not surprise anyone. Feminists have called Issac Newton’s Principia Mathematica, a rape manual. That shows how much feminists care about expanding the body of human knowledge. In other words, they don’t and effectively want us to return to the stone age. The future will always be developed by men, and if you want a future where people are doing something more than living in caves, feminism must die.