Skeptics and "Alternative Facts".

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Skeptics and "Alternative Facts".

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An interesting post, though with nothing very new. Brief discussion on Theory vs Fact at the bottom. Still worth a read, imo.

http://www.skepticalraptor.com/skeptica ... ing-years/

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Re: Skeptics and "Alternative Facts".

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It seems like ever so often there's a hot new word for "lies".

When I was a kid it was "credibility gap". :mrgreen:

Feel free to plunge in.

http://www.skepticalcommunity.com/forum ... 95#p855295
Yes, that one.

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Re: Skeptics and "Alternative Facts".

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bindeweede wrote:An interesting post, though with nothing very new. Brief discussion on Theory vs Fact at the bottom. Still worth a read, imo.

http://www.skepticalraptor.com/skeptica ... ing-years/
Good article.

I don't mind that there's nothing much new.

I've been on courses where I've not learned much. Sometimes it helps just to reinforce and organise what you already know.
Don't blame me - I voted remain :con

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