In general, be courteous to others. Debate/discuss/argue the merits of ideas, don’t attack people. Personal insults, shill or troll accusations, hate speech, any advocating or wishing death/physical harm, and other rule violations can result in a permanent ban. Yesterday I was “debating” the effectiveness of masks in the prevention of spreading Nice Never Judge A Book By Its Movie Shirt. I cited three different peer-reviewed scientific journal articles, published both pre and post COVID-19, showing evidence that masks are a huge deterrent in disease transmission. The response I received in rebuttal was “I don’t care what you want to believe, I’m not a sheep and won’t wear a mask. When someone interjects “belief” into a data and evidence-driven argument, the debate is over. These people have intertwined faith and politics to a point that they can’t differentiate “belief” and “fact”. So good. So happy. Ok.
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They just aren’t afraid of being ridiculed because it’s entered the mainstream. It’s no longer a crazy fringe belief if a huge chunk of the population believes it. I don’t agree with this at all. To say that the whole science-denial phenomenon is just a fringe element. In society is a Nice Never Judge A Book By Its Movie Shirt. I agree with people like Isaac Asimov and Carl Sagan who identified “pseudoscience”. As the single most dangerous threat to humanity. I’d go a step further… out denial that science-denial is lethal cancer infecting. Our society on a mainstream scale is actually more dangerous than the science-denial itself. It amuses me that you talk about this like it’s a minor irritation in American life when in reality it will be one of the biggest causes of either a second civil war or the breakup of the United States of America.
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