Katie Bouman

The worst part about it all is that the girl didn’t even want this kind of eulogy by the media – she was quoted as saying she was just part of a team.

And yet, and yet:

This guy is in no doubt the whole thing is a hoax anyway:


There is so much wrong with this presentation, so many obvious flaws and fabulist conflations it would take all day to point them out. It is definitely a revelation, but not in the way they were hoping. Please feel free to correct the record if you actually believe that anything in this recording bears any resemblance to scientific reality.

The BBC of course waxes lyrical about how she managed to create an algorithm:


This one’s a bit more circumspect and note the MGTOW, so you know what’s coming:


Quick summary – yes, she was part of a team, didn’t lead it but did contribute a lot.

In fact, what you’d expect a girl in a team to do – no slouch, wanted to be part of it all, was happy enough to play her part, kudos to the lass.

Look, she’s probably a nice kid, a bright kid, maybe the future, there it is. But the MSM were always going to turn her into an Elizabeth Holmes. Now there was this ‘women run everything better’ narrative again, a narrative not all women actually want.

In fact, Christy O, whom I’ve run here many times, was quite miffed by the bunk up the girls got to get them across the barrier, across the line, compensating for their deficiencies [also see USS Fitgerald].

Christy O passed the men’s entry requirements, so was not happy at all that these overweight and frail ‘fellow’ women were getting unfair treatment.  And I’ll not even start on what such women botch up when let loose – not Christy, I mean the ones given State help:

Let’s move on:


A judge gave a serial drink-driver a chance to avoid jail because she is a woman

Victoria Parry, 30, hit three other cars after downing a bottle of wine.

Judge Sarah Buckingham said Parry, an alcoholic who had escaped an abusive relationship, would have gone “straight down the stairs” to jail if she were a man.

Although Parry “deserved” a prison term, the judge gave her three months to address her issues.

That judge – male was she?  Common Purpose?

It’s not just the blind eye and the assistance

The Millennial female has had cradle to womanhood narrative about her abilities, what she should be going into, how everyone is against her, she’s uneducated by definition in the US, UK, white Commonwealth, Euro nations, she is an emotional mess because she can’t cope – the evidence is out there, the clinical cases.

Young women more than anyone get this guff in the earhole the whole time from media, entertainment, peers and the worst are pussified males.  Rather than try to find their true level, they are not allowed to.  I can only conclude that either these are idiots pressuring her to do that which she neither wishes to donor feels she can do – therefore can’t.

And what it obscures is the chances that she can.  She might have, knowing her limits, she may have been able to exceed them, left alone to do it, learning that there is nothing wrong with initial failure – she could find her own true level and her field of interest.

But no, these people above cajoling her  – they are the evil muvvers who should be in prison for what they are doing.  We won’t even start on STEM quotas as the post is already long enough.

[H/T Rossa’s mother and Chuckles]

8 comments for “Katie Bouman

  1. April 13, 2019 at 2:49 pm

    Went into it a bit more and

    Nope she was neither operational nor implementation lead. Check out: https://bhi.fas.harvard.edu/our-people . I wont link to github as you can find it elsewhere. She was not onstage during the teleconference. She did not make any announcements. She did not manage any teams. Her own team mate said that her algorithm wasnt used for the final image creation. You can believe any narrative you want.

    What puzzles me is that they may have been on safer ground with some of the other members.

  2. Pcar
    April 13, 2019 at 10:47 pm

    Katie Bouman: is she gay, muslim, a he per chance?

    Or obstinate?
    Francois warns PM May, “Perseverance is a virtue, but sheer obstinacy is NOT”

    On a wider note: Astronomy, what is it’s value other than interesting for some?

    • James Strong
      April 14, 2019 at 8:42 am

      Astronomy reveals and explains some truths about the universe.
      It increases human knowledge. That in itself is an admirable goal.
      The more knowledge or information that is available the better chance of making wise informed decisions.
      And increased knowledge also leads to more pleasure in life for humans.
      The extent to which this knowledge of, say, Black Holes will have practical effects is at present unknowable, and irrelevant.

      • john in cheshire
        April 14, 2019 at 10:28 am

        But if the earth is flat and we live under a firmament, what are they actually studying?

      • Pcar
        April 15, 2019 at 1:42 am

        Your explanation confirms my belief that Astronomy – like Astrology – is a pleasure giving hobby and should not be funded by Gov’t aka taxpayers money.


  3. Valentine Gray
    April 14, 2019 at 8:34 am

    A few lines by that great Scots Bard “Robert Burns” could explain how the Judge may have felt about Victoria Parry,
    O thy Evil Smelling slit
    Parted but one inch from Shit
    Where Men do Wallow in thy Piss
    And think themselves in Perfect bliss
    Damned If I Know…..
    A familiar notion, here couched in such delicate terms.

    • April 16, 2019 at 8:17 am

      Now render that in the original Scots. 🙂

  4. April 14, 2019 at 10:37 am

    Uh huh.

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