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Wednesday, July 11, 2007

What evidence would it take to prove your beliefs wrong?

This article on "Self-Appointed Experts" is fantastic. In the world of blogs and the Internet it is really important to read articles like this. Everyone has an opinion on everything nowadays. Having an opinion is fine - but this guy is right. When an expert has facts - you should shut up and listen...not blabber on about your opinion.

...and if you can't answer the question above, then you have no business being in an argument. You are just wasting everyone's time.

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This is by far the most impressive piece on today's common stupidity I've ever read. Me and my colleagues want to thank you for saving our day!

Greetings from Austria
Manuel

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