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    • She's the reason we have black hole hentai...
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    • DeADmANn 12 apr
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    • People are seriously out here shitting on this woman because she’s in charge of a team and at the same time hailing Elon Musk for single handelst creating every Tesla and SpaceX project as if he is also not just a figurehead in charge of a talented team.
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    • I feel bad for her, everyone exaggerating her undermines her actual accomplishments and even she’s pointing out she wasn’t a leader n’ all that
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    • There’s a young guy that typed 850,000 of the 900,000 lines of code but he got no credit bc he’s a straight white male
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    • Then there was this guy named David Chael who wrote 850K of the 900K lines of code that make up the algorithm used to capture the image. But, you know… a woman was on the team, so…
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    • A team of 200 did this together. And her contribution was honestly insignificant compared to the project as a whole. She’s a great woman and isn’t the one trying take all the credit. It’s the retard feminists that are trying to make it seem like it was all her
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    • There’s a difference between leading and putting in work. She figured out the algorithm, or one of the more important algorithms, to make this possible. Without her this wouldn’t have happened. Not now at least. But you guys don’t like that. There’s always a problem when it’s a women with you guys.
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    • Bruh okay this is incorrect. The guy who did most of the work was this fella named Andrew Chae who wrote 850,000 of 900,000 lines of code used to do so. That lady was just the one who put it on paper. People are just so blinded by that matriarchal fantasy that the wrong people get the credit.
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    • She wrote less than 1% of the coding and one of the other members wrote ~850,000 lines of code out of the ~950,000
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    • She had a part in it. It was a team of over 200 scientists from around the globe that produced the final product. She even stated in an interview, she wants people to recognize the team and not just her because it paints an incorrect picture at how science works in the real world.
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    • I’m really annoyed. Good for her, but it was an entire team of hundreds of people. She created ONE of the algorithms used in the imaging, of which there were HUNDREDS. Stop making her a martyr for women and feminism. It’s super annoying and completely denounces the hard work of countless othersZ
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    • I'm really saddened by how some on this sight are trying to tear down someones amazing work because "there were other people" of course there were! She was the LEAD, not the sole contributer, she was the face of the project and what media would reference; she and 40 odd others did fantastic work
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    • Y’all people do realize it only says “led”. The implication that she did everything is everyone’s own faulty understanding of what the heck was just said. Same thing if you say that Michael guy made the majority of the code needed to show the image. Doesn’t mean he did the whole entire project.
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    • She apparently only wrote 50,000 lines of the code required to make this picture. There was a guy on that team that wrote 850,000 lines but no one cares because he's a nerdy looking guy
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    • Funny stuff man, the only thing wrong with this is that it was actually a team of 200 people with a man leading it Shepard Doeleman is his name
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    • You all can take your incel, misinformation spreading shit somewhere else and get the fuck out
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    • There's a man that wrote 850,000 out of 900,000 lines of code I believe
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    • For all you sexist ass fucktards out there, read this and then go consider all your life choices again. He legit explain how all the rumors on reddit are lies and that she didn’t take all the credit.
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    • Lots of incels here, take the time to enlighten yourselves. And find a girlfriend.
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    • She wrote a very minimal part of the code. There’s another guy who actually deserves the credit who wrote 85% of the 900,000 lines of code
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    • Everyone STOP parading this story it took a team not a single woman and to top that off she was being led by a different team led by another. She may be apart of something amazing but that doesn’t mean she’s steh sole reason it was found
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    • For all those hating on this due the fact that she wrote less of the code than the rest of the team, she was the one who started the algorithm in the first place, it was her idea and project that she thought of and started 3 years ago and got some help from computer scientists to finish it aft
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    • _Pee 12 apr
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    • She worked on the project for the last few months, doing an impressive amount of coding, but not comparable to the man who worked on it constantly for two years straight. Nor did she actually lead the project, she’s just excited about it, as we all should be
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    • Stop only giving her credit. She did a fraction of the work, not all of it. The team of 200 people who helped make it happen deserve more credit than they’re given.
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    • She actually only codes about 10 % of the code needed to view the image while the man who did the other 90 got no credit
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    • Can’t believe these scientists waste 5 million gb of a blurry donut when they could distribute those gigabytes to us Xbox owners so we can have more than two games
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    • Katie Bouman was not in fact the leader of the project. It was a group of about 200 people(led by a man who's name I can't remember) which included 40 women. The entire process required 8 telescopes and took 10 years to complete.
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    • Bullshit Andrew Chael wrote 850,000 of the 900,000 lines of code for the algorithm used to create an image of the black hole. This fucker who barely did 6% of the work is getting all the credit. Fucking cucked mods.
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    • Shes was a phd student. She didnt lead it. She was one girl out of hundreds of people, 90% of them were guys and there was more then one girl. Also some guy wrote 99.98% of the algorithms but i dont see his name everywhere
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    • The project was led by Shep Doeleman it took me 3 seconds to figure this out. I’m glad she was involved but there were 200+ scientists working on this and only some random girl who took a picture gets credit
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    • How many copies of Shrek could you fit into that
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    • <insert kids saying the girl deserves no credit when in reality she, and the whole team deserves the credit on such a historic moment> oh guess i just summed up 90% of the comments on this post, my bad
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    • The very fact that a team of people did a thing and the woman gets the spotlight seems to indicate the media's desperation to point out a successful woman
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    • Chuunibyo 12 apr
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    • Friendly reminder that Todd Howard gets the credit for Bethesda IP's even though he doesn't write any of the code. Y'all commenting "but she didn't do it alone" are just sexist.
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    • Woman: *Has any accomplishment* iFunny: Women aren’t funny
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    • Y’all it literally says “who led the development” they aren’t singling her out to be the only one who managed the picture damn y’all will complain about everything
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    • Black Hole Chan
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    • She did not lead a team. She did not write the code. She was on a team, one of many around the globe. Hers was colead by two males and the conglomerate effort is what created the image. Stop spreading misinformation. Yes it's a big achievement, but do not overshadow the massive effort everybody pt1
      Soridormi 12 apr
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    • She did less than like 1% of the work. The guy who did a FUCK ton of the algorithms and shit on the team ain’t gettin a callout for shit
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    • This is the ratio of work done bouman did barely 1% of it, 850 thousand out of the 900 thousand lines of code were typed by Andrew chael bouman didnt do shit stop claiming she led it just because she a woman
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    • OK GODAMIT PEOPLE DO RESEARCH she gave credit to the entire team and didn't even want to be credited and that "male who did 90% of the code " even he said that that was bullshit it was a team effort. Jeez you dumb fucks.
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    • How about the person who did the 850,000 lines of code for it out of 900,000?
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    • She did developed the algorithm, but hers was not used in the final product . Moreover, her name is not even in the research paper of the algorithm that is used to fetch the actual black hole image. The credit should have gone to over 100 researchers who built it.
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    • I have more storage in my “homework” folder.
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    • Aboartion 13 apr
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    • Fake news. The lead dev is a GUY who wrote 850,000 lines of the 900,000 lines of code. She Only did 2,000 lines. Also her algorithm was NEVER used BC it DID NOT WORK! But go ahead and take away from the team in order to make the PC people happy..... Fuck This Post🧨
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    • I looked into this and she did play important role in black hole image, so did other people in the team she even said that it was a team effort. Its CNN and other media trying to give her all the credit don't blame her for just doing her job. blame the news outlets for not giving where credit is due
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    • Girl- *Has literally any accomplishment* Men-*Triggered sexist comments*
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    • Anyone else feel strange after this? Like somehow our universe's timeline that was originally supposed to play out after this just got rewriten
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    • Reminder that one man wrote 850k of the 900k of code used in the project but he doesn't even get an honorable mention.
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    • beeetie 12 apr
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    • luke9416 12 apr
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    • She sexually assaulted me in high school
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    • Hm, a woman accomplished something incredible and has been praised accordingly while not hogging the spotlight? I bet iFunny comments will be nothing but misogyny
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    • Everyone’s shitting on her for taking all the credit, but literally the internet is what’s exaggerated things. People seeing this picture and nothing else and assuming things, but she’s stated that she wasn’t the key role in the discovery.
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    • How convenient that the app that hates all women in features unless they’re in skimpy outfits is the one place with info on how this is false
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    • Give credit to EVERYONE involved. It wasn’t her alone, stop glorifying her simply because she’s a woman. Who gives a flying fuck, credit everyone involved or no one at all.
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    • I just saw it on my phone she don’t need all that
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    • Andrew Chael did about 95% of the coding, but he is not a hot woman
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    • One guy put 850000 lines of code in the 900000 used and he gets no recognition because of this right
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    • Ok can someone explain to my why tf do you need 5 million gigabytes to get a mf picture of a black hole
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    • Fucking dumbasses I downloaded it off the internet and it only took 5 megabytes
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    • What about the boy who wrote 580,000/600,000 lines of code necessary to process it?
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    • Woman does 6% of the work, gets 100% of the credit
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    • Why are so many people trying to discredit her? No one is saying she deserves all the credit for the project, but she was a leader of the project and it proved to be successful. Just be happy for her.
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    • There was one guy on the team I forget his name but he wrote 850,000 out of the 900,000 lines of code and he wasn’t mentioned at all
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    • She’s so cute
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    • She did nothing at all besides put the guys work together
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    • Imagine being 60 devoting your life to this and some kid comes in and uses all your data, all your ideas and in some stroke of luck gets credit for hundreds of more deserving people. This world treats awards like "what would make the best story out of this boring story..."
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    • Never forget Andrew Chael. He is the real hero who wrote most of the code.
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    • If hawking lived for one more year he would've seen a black hole :(
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    • What about Andrew Chael who wrote 850,000 of the 900,000 lines of code?
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    • I don’t care that a woman led the team, I just hate how everyone thinks she did it alone
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    • Wonder why only one person is credited and not the entire team like usual.. Oh wait..
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    • She actually didn’t contribute nearly as much as her other teammates, which by the way she didn’t lead at all, and was actually led by 2 guys, one of which wrote at least 3/4 of the code
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    • I think you mean these people got us the black hole image?
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    • This is actually fake. There was a team of 200 people who were mostly male who worked on the project and a male scientist that looks like a stereotypical high school nerd wrote most of it. The only reason this is happening is bc she has a vagina.
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    • There was one dude who did 90 percent of thr code
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    • That bitch only did 2000 lines of code and worked on it for 2 years. There was a guy working on the project for many years who did like 800K lines of codes for this project. She’s only famous because they got a picture of her.
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    • I feel bad for her, she never claimed credit but the media is falsely giving it to her and one day, not at all her fault, she'll be known as one of those assholes who lie to take all the credit while doing only a small portion of the work
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