What do You attach to emotionally as “true?” How would Your view of things shift if it wasn’t true after all? Is there a better way to approach things than assigning “true/false” labels to data You receive? Watch and find out.
Tony Heller channel: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCprclkVrNPls7PR-nHhf1Ow
Tony’s website: https://realclimatescience.com/
Its a ok video, but my grandpa once said.....:)
If it looks like cow poop
If it smells like cow poop
Its cow poop...:)
Not sure what Your point is... There are People who will cover Their eyes and hold Their nose rather than examine data that conflict with what They believe, to find out if it's poop or not. Because They have assigned "true/false" values and will not change.
The point of My video is to look and smell before basing an assessment on predertermined views.
I was just in a mood, but things are turning into a mess, some how it can be shut down.
I'm working towards that. [smile]
I am working toward the bed, and sleep, I am pooped..:)
I look at the world pretty much the same as you.
Glad to know Others do! [hugs!]
In the everyday 'sheep' world, when you spill the truth you leave a mess. If anyone sticks around to see you clean up the mess ( through inductive reasoning, logic, and facts ) They become the mess ! They suddenly see the light without warning, and enter a Dark world, one they've not known before. At first it's disbelief, then comes anger, then comes depression, - after that, it's anyones guess. Their acceptance of the truth coupled with unbridled emotion can be risky, Very risky. I think it's best to serve up the truth in small doses at first and build up to larger truths later. - to be on the safe side.
Oh, to be sure, when delivering truth, that is advisable. Even still, One can offer the approach of probabilities, rather than true/false. That is irrelevant to any high probability data...