Thanks, Internet!: Neil deGrasse Tyson Goes Super Saiyan On Cosmos

September 10, 2018


Note: Keep your volume in check, not a silent transformation.

Because this is the internet and the internet will provide, here's a video of Neil deGrasse Tyson from Cosmos edited to make him appear to go Super Saiyan. I like how super chill he is afterwards, like he didn't just go nuts and make me pee my pants a little. "A little?" I'll go get a CAUTION WET FLOOR sign from the janitor's closet. "Just one?" All of them. "And?" And some police tape.

Keep going for the video, it was actually better than I expected it to be.

Thanks to carey, who agrees there's no way you can battle the entire cosmos without going Super Saiyan.

  • GeneralDisorder

    If anyone has ever followed "DBZ: Abridged" episode 60 parts 1 and 2 just recently dropped and part 3 is coming soon.

  • Long on flashy graphics. Short on substance, rigor and accuracy. Possibly the most shallow, inaccurate pop science celebrity ever. Tyson is making America even dumber.

  • Keegano

    It's almost like he's trying to explain the most elementary science to the Muricans who believe in Creationism and Flat Earth.

  • Botching basic math and science isn't the same as explaining it.

    When Neil tells you there are more transcendental numbers than irrationals, you'll swallow it. And Muricans like me will be pointing at you and laughing.

  • Keegano

    There are more Transcendental numbers than algebraic irrational, aren't there? I'm not familiar with the context in which Tyson spoke about this because I don't follow everything that he does. That being said, my comment refers to general science that he speaks about on Cosmos (which is where this clip is from). The purpose of that show was to bring easy to understand science to the Muricans who can't fathom that the Earth is over than 6000 years.

    Tyson's degrees aren't made up. He is a real scientist wether he's an actor on TV or not.

    Americans who understand basic science, math, evolution and whom don't eat Tide Pods are not the lot that I refer to when I talk about Muricans.
    Remember... All Muricans are American but not all Americans are Murican.

  • There was a link to Tyson's discussion with Rogan. Tyson screwed it up quite badly. But botching math and science is merely annoying. It doesn't bother me much if Rogan's stoner dude fans think there are more transcendental numbers than irrationals.

    Much worse is when Tyson uses his poor memory and vivid imagination to build wrong histories. And then use bad history to support his talking points. Google: fact checking Neil deGrasse Tyson.

    For the most part Tyson's fanbois are wannabe poser nerds.

  • Munihausen

  • TheQiwiMan

    I have watched this half a dozen times now, and his little "how bout THAT one" at the end has made me laugh every single time.

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