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Critical, but open-minded newbie here
January 2, 2019
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After having interests into (possible) conspiracies and doing a bit of research on these subjects, it's getting notable that mainstream media, also named as mockingbird media by the Q community has been getting more biased over the last times, seeing them retracting more articles and correcting more than ever. Sometimes having already influenced people with false narratives. While on the other side having alternative media making reports, sometimes on studies that have been retracted/censored, sometimes also half-truths and other subjects. Which is a reason why alternative thinkers call such alternative media controlled opposition, which is understandable by its principle.

On many possible conspiracies and secret information, it's always interesting to hear about such since you can speculate about this all-day long. But with reason despite lack of evidence, you still can reach a path going towards truth. Sometimes through metaphoric, symbolic or esoteric messages. One thing to particularly question are details. The more details we get, the more we understand. But especially with given pictures not being manipulated. With some interesting stories to know about. One reason to not debunk such things should be over the absence of negative evidence.

Furthermore with studying of chemistry, there are terms where I agree with since that there are statements from the status quo that are false. Even with "debunking" evidence and/or (false) debunkers, there's one way to get through this issue, simply by getting help. Sometimes with the evidence that just forms dots to connect like you guys do. Btw, connecting dots is a way of holistic thinking, there are even authorities that have relied on those who think this way. Deductive reasoning also belongs to this. Furthermore what is notable is that there's been intellectual reductionism in the western world which is based on philosophies back in the Greek and Roman ages. While eastern philosophy has more holistic approaches of thinking. For instance how organs have influence on each other and rely on each other, how molecules interact with each other whether they change their isomers (molecular construction), catalyze reactions or change those structure patterns made by i.e. certain molecules or movement of the solution itself.

Furthermore when it comes to mainstream science, aka the science as it has been interpreted on the popular level especially on the internet, what are your thoughts on that? Have you noted some dogmatism in there too? If so, tell me more about those dogmas we see today.

Arthur Schopenhauer quote (3 stages of the truth)

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