Tuesday, January 3, 2017

The reason most people can't be reached when it comes to truth (The very real downside of belief)


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    1. NFL PLAY OFFS!!! I have the winners and the selections ready for $$$. Message me on twitter @The_NFLprophet for more information

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    2. Both of you fuck off. Two retards, right here.

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  2. Boom. Thank God I'm not a believer.

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  3. From Reuther movement to comedy.
    Good choice.

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    1. I'm so sick of your goddamn bullshit spam. Go kill yourself you worthless sack of shit.

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    2. What I find pathetic are people are engaging with Harry as if he is here to have meaningful conversations. How dumb are some of the people who follow my blog?

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    3. If you cut out his trolling and nastiness, he makes many valid points. He should probably have his own forum.

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  4. To convince is to attack. Its a straight up blitz on a belief system. Some say the ego would rather die than break into pieces

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  5. “It's easier to fool people than to convince them that they have been fooled.” - Mark Twain - this should be the quote of every day

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  6. I think it's a combination of what psychologists(!) describe as the 'Backfire Effect' and 'Confirmation Bias' as I've certainly found plenty of that when trying to convince people of the truth. Even when shown irrefutable evidence some people still prefer to put their fingers in their ears and say LaLaLa. I guess the biggest hurdle is to get people to understand that we've ALL been lied to and it's been going on for generations. Yes, it's hard at first but it's better to see the lie than to continue to live it. Thanks Zach for all the hard work!

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  7. The best way to convince those people is to show them natural medicine vs big pharma, then everything else will fall in place

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    1. People in this world don't response to evidence, logic or reason. They respond to their programming.

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  8. When can you be certain you have actually acquired knowledge or wisdom and not simply a belief?

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  9. People don't respond to evidence it's truth. People's overwhelming need to belong. I also believe that the fluoride people consume strongly affects people's ability to reason things out for themselves.

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  10. It's easier to fool someone, than to convince someone that they've been fooled...

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  11. If they're telling you it's in the fluoride, it's actually in the AIR you breathe.

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