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originally posted by: nonjudgementalist
Professor Richard Dawkins has come under fire after taking to twitter to express his skepticism over the Muslim schoolboys supposedly home made digital clock that led to his arrest and subsequent public outcry.
In a series of skeptical tweets, Dawkins seemed to backtrack and change his mind slightly. Eventually ending the the conversation with a retweet of Obama's tweets inviting Mohammed to the White House. But I personally don't think Dawkins changed his mind about this story. I think he realised how controversial this is and felt uncomfortable as it dawned how deeply he had just put his foot in it by speaking out, so instead made a more subtle point by simply retweeting Barak Obama's tweet, enough to satisfy the trolls, but succeeding to make a more subtle and powerful thought.
So pretty much somewhere along the line he was said to be an inventor by someone and it made it to the news.
originally posted by: lakesidepark
a reply to: nonjudgementalist
His father, twice-candidate for the President of Sudan.....and a lot of questionable past...his uncle, runs a trucking company named "Twin Towers Transportation"...
Why is this kid and his family even here???
“This isn’t my first invention and it won’t be my last invention,” Ahmed Mohamed, 14, said today on “Good Morning America” from his home in Irving, Texas. Source
“This isn’t my first invention and it won’t be my last invention,”