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It is better to be thought of as a fool, than to open one’s mouth, and remove all doubt
It’s one thing to be ignorant. You’re not expected to know everything, and that’s ok. However, if you are someone who speaks on your ignorance as if it were fact, that’s a truly special kind of mental deficiency that cannot be untrained or outgrown”
originally posted by: NightCall
a reply to: asabuvsobelow
Reasonable “guidelines” by any measure. This being said, what source or sources do you find credible? If no sources, where do you, or would you collect the information from to formulate your thoughts?
originally posted by: rickymouse
The only sources that are neutral are the research articles themselves and after they go through peer review, some of the content that is not acceptable to the NIH top guys is filtered out. Peer review often makes the research acceptable to the ones paying the bills or makes it so people will accept the evidence by ommissions of things that certain people or groups do not want to hear.
If there is no enemy within, then the enemy outside can do you no harm