We need to create jobs, we need to help the middle class and support small businesses, and we need to avoid partisan bickering and delay. He also voted in support of the failed resolution to authorize the President to continue the limited use of U. The resolution stated that Congress does not support deploying, establishing, or maintaining the presence of units and members of U. Armed Forces on the ground in Libya unless the purpose of the presence is limited to the defense of U.
Scicomm pros seem to think we are starting from a clean slate and we just have to connect better. Chris Preston True, but it is even worse than this.
Because you are attacking their belief system, they become very defensive and accuse you of all sorts of things. Disagreement with their assertions is treated as offensive. There really is no way to enlighten all people effectively without upsetting some of them.
The best way is to simply present the evidence and keep presenting the evidence. Mike Adams is not perfect and he has his biases, like we all do, but he is NOT a liar. HIs intentions are honest. Articles by ordinary authors are typically inaccurate, even when the gist is right.
His article on how he got a microscope and saw black flecks pepper on Chicken McNuggets proved that they were bad for is a pretty mundane example of this. Scott Low Adams only criticizes.
He lacks the knowledge to produce meaningful commentary. You know that, yes? Well, then he is delusional. I really wonder if he just wants to be rich and famous. I mean you have people you congregate with, you have certain scientists whom you base your entire worldview on; you find your identity in it as well as many other aspects of life.
How is it not a belief system in and of itself? Can you give an example of what you mean? But science as it relates to a Materialist world view.
Or the idea that the only things that exist is that in the natural world that we can experience with our 5 senses and or is physical. No, but it is obvious that the desperate will whatever they have to to try to dismiss science.
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