Category: Misconceptions

Science Provides, Wisdom Will Lead

In Pursuit of Logic: Part V of V “Although most Americans know they are supposed to say ‘We learn from our mistakes,’ deep down they don’t believe it for a minute.”– Carol Tavris and Elliot Aronson The key issue we have been struggling with… Continue Reading “Science Provides, Wisdom Will Lead”

Native plants and animals have a right to be left alone.

In Pursuit of Logic: Part IV of V Native plants and animals have a right to be left alone. Left alone, Nature is beautiful, as it has been for millions of years. Without us. A fair number of people are threatened by that independence.… Continue Reading “Native plants and animals have a right to be left alone.”

When Factual Arguments Fail – Nearly Always

In Pursuit of Logic: Part III of V There is truth in the world. Contrary to popular belief, truth is not all socially constructed. Determining truth can be a relatively simple, straightforward process when the facts are assembled by conscious beings other than Homo… Continue Reading “When Factual Arguments Fail – Nearly Always”