Tag Archives: Evidence

Mass Misinformation – Confirmation Bias

“The global risk of massive digital misinformation sits at the centre of a constellation of technological and geopolitical risks ranging from terrorism tocyber attacks and the failure of global governance.”

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Religious Nutbaggery

“The most religious societies include Nigeria, Uganda, the Philippines, Pakistan, Morocco, Egypt, Zimbabwe, Bangladesh, El Salvador, Colombia, Senegal, Malawi, Indonesia, Brazil, Peru, Jordan, Algeria, Ghana, Venezuela, Mexico and Sierra Leone.”

Phil Zuckerman
LA Times Continue reading

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Sodomy Buggered the Economy

A Christrian Democratic Party member claims removal of sodomy laws in 1984 have resulted in the state of New South Wales “financial mess”. Evidence shows the NSW economy is the strongest in Australia again this year with the national economy … Continue reading

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Magical Thinking In Legislative Process

Increasingly reports show members of the legislative process around the world are introducing elements of magical thinking. Strangely there is a perception that ancient beliefs are somehow superior to current, verifiable knowledge. In this case, a UK Tory MP believes … Continue reading

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Canadian Reporter Attacks Anti-Vaxxers

Canadian CBCs Rex Murphy’s opinion attacking the Anti-Vaxxer movement. Well said. http://www.cbc.ca/player/News/ID/2652229368/

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The world gets better. ..

It is nice to see objective evidence that the world is becoming a better place, despite the constant messages we receive to the contrary… http://www.gatesnotes.com/About-Bill-Gates/Year-in-Review-2014?WT.mc_id=12_31_2014_YIR_tw&WT.tsrc=Twitter

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