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How to Shut Down Anyone’s Argument

How to Shut Down Anyone’s Argument

Conspiracy Theories Are Evil

The Best Way to Shut Down An Argument

I love the phrase ‘conspiracy theory’.  If you don’t like someone else’s stand on a topic, you no longer have to explain your side or tell them factually why you think they are wrong. 

Simply refer to the other person’s information or point of view as a ‘conspiracy theory’ and you no longer have to justify yours.

It’s freaking brilliant!

You no longer have to do proper research on:

Climate Change

Drug Side Effects

Government Intervention or Spying

Russian Interference In USA Elections
Chinese Interference in Canadian Politics and Elections

Did One Man Kill John F. Kennedy?

Chem Trails

9/11 Attack on the Twin Tower/USA

Biden’s Connections to China

Voting Fraud

MK Ultra

Flat Earth

Wrestling is Fake

Aliens, Extraterrestrials and UFOs

All you have to do is figure out how the majority of people are leaning on a subject and tell anyone with a differing opinion that their idea is a  conspiracy theory.  And voila! - you win.  Any discussion or argument. 

You don’t have to ‘define your terms’ or have facts to back you up or any such thing. 

Life is so much easier that way.

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Review of ‘Inconvenient Facts’ by Gregory Wrightstone

Review of ‘Inconvenient Facts’ by Gregory Wrightstone

Does the information exist if you can’t find it online?

Try reading a book.

Review of ‘Inconvenient Facts’ by Gregory Wrightstone

Climate change: did a search online for alternate views on climate change - impossible to find.  Or at least very difficult.  Knowing there are other views and just simply by my observation of a lifetime of seeing climate predictions fail, I had to look further.  So, what do I do when I want to learn about a subject: I read books.  I go to the library or Amazon.  In this case, at Amazon I did a search on ‘climate change hoax’.  Might as well get right to it.  A list of books comes up.  I am wondering when the powers that be will ask that these be removed.  Though, that said, the majority of the population, in most of the world now, will not look for books to be informed.  They will look online.  And, again, many people will believe that if they cannot find the information online, then it does not exist. 

I saw a clip of an Under-Secretary of the UN being interviewed about climate change.  She said "we own the science".

"We own the science & we think that the world should know it’ so we partnered with Google’ to ensure only UN climate results appear…”

“We partnered with Google, for example, if you Google ‘climate change,’ you will, at the top of your search, you will get all kinds of UN resources. We started this partnership when we were shocked to see that when we Googled ‘climate change,’ we were getting incredibly distorted information right at the top. So we’re becoming much more proactive. We own the science, and we think that the world should know it, and the platforms themselves also do.” 

Melissa Flemming, Under-Secretary for Global Communications at the United Nations at WEF ‘Disinformation’ event.

When I hear something like this, “we own the science”, it makes me cringe.  And it should do the same for you.  That is not science. 

Anyone wanting to learn about a subject should be able to research both sides.  Or more than two views on a subject if available. 

For example, with regards to health: food or exercise.  One size does not fit all.  Diet, medicine, vitamins exercise, every individual is different.  A high carb diet might be good for one person and not for the next. 

An intelligent doctor might have two people with similar symptoms and with proper diagnosis finds two different causes.  Different for each patient.  So he or she may recommend different solutions for each.  And many variations on this. 

That is proper research and proper science. 

‘Owning the science’ on something would be like saying that you are allowed to purchase and own only one type of computer or car.  Don’t look any further, don’t read the reviews or do your own research. 

My trust of governments has long since evaporated.  When I hear politicians claiming there is only one way to do something and they want one size to fit all, I’m outta there. 

Politicians lie.  It is their stock in trade. 

I thought it pointless to read material by someone like Al Gore and others whose predictions were so far off the mark.  In the 70 plus years that I’ve been around, I’ve witnessed way too many ‘end of the world’ climate predictions.  And I know a bit of history.  Because I read a lot.  Which made me aware that much of the ‘climate’ information out there is false.  Just simple observation. 

I started with this book: ‘Inconvenient Facts’ by Gregory Wrightstone

This isn’t the only book I will read on the subject.  The author goes through all the ‘everybody knows’ so called facts and is able to, in my view, make a good argument for the benefits of CO2. 

I hate generalities, which are oft spewed by politicians and corporate moguls. Some grand statement intended to block or bar any discourse. 

I like reading the digital version of books like this as you can easily click the hyperlink to access the references.  And Mr Wrightstone has all his facts well documented

There are some important graphs of historical temperature trends that he also exposes as falsehoods.  He shows how important historical climate data is very simply overlooked or suppressed enabling certain really scary ‘end of the world’ predictions.

Also, it is  not a terribly long book and is written in a pretty straightforward easy manner to read.

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