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25 hilarious times people tried and failed to reason against scientific facts

From rockets to evolution, religion to God himself, nothing has been left when it comes to debates and debunking myths on this page.

25 hilarious times people tried and failed to reason against scientific facts
Cover Image Source: Twitter | r/FacebookScience

Science debates pop up on the internet quite often. On r/FacebookScience, people not only doubt scientific facts, but their arguments are also brilliantly countered and even mocked by others. It's fascinating to see how these skeptical views are met with sharp rebuttals and humor. Such debates not only expand our knowledge but also challenge us to reconsider what we accept as established facts.Representative Image Source: Pexels | Jaymantri

Representative Image Source: Pexels | Jaymantri

Boasting 62,000 followers on Twitter, this platform invites users to debate a wide array of scientific topics, from rocket science to evolution and even religious beliefs. On this Twitter handle, no subject is off-limits for discussion or myth debunking. The content presented is not only informative but also entertaining and often humorous. Here, we offer the 25 most interesting scientific facts that were initially denied and then met with ridicule, serving as an engaging read for those interested in scientific debates and debunking misconceptions.

1. Are they bored?


2. Another name for it:


3. Medicine or prayer?


4. Say "GOD":


5. Is it?


6. Make your own choice:


7. How do guns work?


8. Debunks:


9. Launches on the moon:


10. The vaccine did it:


11. This is how the evil dead started:


12. Then, I get better:


13. How did this happen?


14. Do you have a map?


15. That's how linear time works:


16. Do you see it now?


17. Let that sink in:


18. Is this for real?


19. How is this happening?


20. Oxymorons:


21. Dragons and dinoasaurs:


22. Why is there still Latin?


23. Once again:


24. The curious case of the vanishing moon:


25. Continental drift:


Editor's note: This article was originally published on July 7, 2023. It has since been updated.

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