Critical Thinking (Oxford): "The objective analysis and evaluation of an issue in order to form a judgement."
Individuals who value following the facts to wherever they lead regardless of the desired result and in spite of emotions.
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Evident #1: Harris' Vaccine Vow
By: TᵢG • 53 Comments • 4 months ago
CB last wrote: Untrue, period. The vaccines were embroiled in 'heated' propoganda of the 'moment.' And I would not have taken it if Trump said so. BTW, he took...
Is "Whataboutism" Always a Bad Thing?
Via: Steve Ott • 14 Comments • 4 months ago
Buzz of the Orient last wrote: It seems to me that those who are guilty of attracting them are the wrongdoers and hypocrites.
The James Webb Space Telescope is fully deployed. So what's next for the biggest observatory off Earth? | Space
Via: Freewill • 14 Comments • 7 months ago
Freewill last wrote: Great link SP! I'll be checking that often.
Small Modular Reactors: Is Micro-Nuclear an option for Net-Zero Microgrids?
Via: Freewill • 49 Comments • 8 months ago
Freewill last wrote: "..." And as Robin Williams once said, " ...but some men are peninsulas."
Bonhoeffer's Theory of Stupidity
Via: TᵢG • 66 Comments • 8 months ago
Steve Ott last wrote: Thank you for confirming the truth of the article.
Fine Tuning Argument
By: TᵢG • 235 Comments • 9 months ago
Nerm_L last wrote: "..." Objectively, yes, since all the factors are perfect for the universe to exist. Perfection can be quantified and the universe is the proof.
The Illusion of Free Will
Via: TᵢG • 172 Comments • 10 months ago
Transyferous Rex last wrote: No doubt, the search for answers will continue. Good post. More stimulating than the regular fare on here.
The fiasco in Afghanistan is a grave blow to America's standing | The Economist
Via: Freewill • 12 Comments • last year
Nerm_L last wrote: "..." Europe has always been worried about Europe. That's the whole reason NATO exists. The Europeans have always been consistent in looking...
Yes, the National Debt Is Still a Problem. Always Was.
Via: TᵢG • 47 Comments • last year
TᵢG last wrote: Also, low interest rates means there are few safe investments (e.g. no safe CDs of old which earn 5%). If one wants to put one's money to work,...