@loriskumo i thought the point was how we treat and talk about people that have made "achievements" in science (the " is for Elon Musk, katie bouman ofc has made achievements in science) regarding their gender
Also I don't know what kudos mean
@agony the point was the double standards some people had between different types of people. In my silly example: Musk's fanboys who could harass a young scientist but still be in awe listening to their billionaire hero.
Your message seemed too go that way, especially with the use of "actually" which is often a mansplainer red-flag.
@loriskumo In a few years maybe we will only remember Katie Bouman as it happens with Margaret Hamilton but right now I think we should try to keep in mind that it was a team that made it possible, because science isn't about individuals but the conjoined efforts of scientists. (I could keep ranting about how I don't like worshiping scientists as if they were descendants of god or anything but I'll stop here).
She in fact said that she was part of a team and not an individual
@agony You mentioned Katie Bouman (twice) and Margaret Hamilton and never said credit was due to the SpaceX or Tesla teams too.
See the problem I'm trying to highlight here?
@loriskumo I understand but I think that what should be done is crediting SpaceX/Tesla teams and demistifying the figure of Elon Musk (who only is a rich man whitout any notable goals whatsoever, and who pais people so he can get the merit) and not doing the same (to my judgement) error with female scientist.
And yes, I know, many people complain about this only with regards to female scientist and I understand the reason behind, but I still think all of the above.
@agony if you still don’t or won’t get the intention behind my first Toot, sorry to say it but you’re part of the problem.
I’m done explaining it another time.
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