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  • leweb

    Listen, she might be good and all, but I cringe whenever I hear someone "might" be the "next Einstein". This is like the Nobel Peace Prize awarded to Obama. If she's done something that fundamentally challenges our basic assumptions about reality, and it is shown to be true, then compare her to Einstein. I know a lot of very talented scientists who have done plenty of really good work, but this is within the framework of current science.

    BTW, when the first sentence is "a 22-year-old Harvard PhD", that's a huge red flag, from the assumption that having a PhD from Harvard at a young age automatically puts you on the same footing as Einstein. Einstein was an obscure patent office employee who couldn't get his PhD when he did most of the work that completely revolutionized physics. He was not a 22-year old PhD from Harvard who people wrote news stories about.

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