Well you see here little Timmy, that was the thing called public schooling. And a principal was born, cows don't need to understand why they're being harvested, they shouldn't even think twice about it.
Breakdown critical thinking, and make common since a rarity. That way, you get happy little cows making happy little milk. And let their meat be ground away by the machines that they serve.
It's no wonder why so many bad ideas have come back. When schools purport to be a basic tools of understanding, but provides nothing. You'll get the sickest depravities known to man re-emerge.
We all have a long road to walk, so I hope we can come together to understand, that we was abused by the schools. Because there is no such thing as a free lunch, and when a service is "free" you are the product.
@That one lurker, now now, the Left’s ideas don’t work if exposed to critical thinking skills. Why else would they work so hard to control the education system?
@That one lurker, hence why i look forward to death. Yet another reason. Ahh ignorance is bliss why i drink so much. To be able to clearly think about nothin.
@Cuactemoc4919, understanding that there is fungus in the house is a good thing. Drinking it away let's it spread. I don't advocate dying in our sloth or living in wrath. Merely speaking out and shining a light on it may be enough.
They want everyone to be in the cult. Pushing back now will save Liberals Conservatives and Centrist alike. Since they consider all of them against the revolution, or anti left wing. Because they have a fascist mindset, "if you are not with us, you are against us," totalitarian in view and authoritarian to the core. Simple children playing with fire, not understanding how to fill a lighter. All of them will be complaining just how burnt their hands are. After everything is said and done.
Drink away your Sorrows if you must, but when the day comes, understand the price wasn't labeled on the bottle.
@Hot Coffee, the Left, right. Which is why the religious right produces the least-educated students for their budget and push for the mandatory teaching of their religion of choice in public schools.
@Ultimatum, and? Fight stupid where you find it.
@That one lurker, dude drunk now well tipsy idk. Anywho yeah might agree yet. To lazy to write also. Dont feel like dusting off my brain to use it. Havnt needed to use or better yet. Makin no sense but have been drinkin a shyt ton less. Maybe i need to move to a different pond.
@That one lurker, loved to have a blunt with ya or a beer and talk. Yes im can admit when yiu have a point and not get mad. As long as you dont mad. Hey ive admitted when a trump supporter got me and i couldnt provide evidence at the time so yeah.
@That one lurker, when the day comes whatever it may be well i guess ill be happy. For it finaly arrived. And well im pretty adaptable and can improvise.
@Ultimatum, the religious left is currently producing the least educated students for their budgets, and is currently pushing mandatory teaching of their religion in public schools now.
Both statements can be true, with the preference you added "for their budgets."
The main difference that can be inferred is how much power the teachers union has over schooling and how useful the schooling is.
If you must go to school the spend 12 years of your life to get "educated." Only then spend 4 more years of your life getting a degree. To get what is called a decent job. Then why are you being taught in the first 12 years. If it is the basics to get to College, then it's pointless.
It is a societal misnomer that educated people come from college. Since educated people used to use college to become more educated in specific fields. Meaning a societal shift to use College as secondary education.
@That one lurker, idk about you but I learned a lot every academic year since the beginning of elementary school, but only thanks to God to be honest
@That one lurker, the main reason that you have to spend more time in school is because of competition and more people becoming educated so jobs that normally wouldnt require a 4 year degree are given to those with a degree or require prior experience in the job which requires a degree. It's a conundrum but let's remember the US isnt really great at education. Also no, the far right religious groups have the worst education in STEM in the US.
@Runnin with scissors, no, it’s all about money. Higher education shifted purpose from education to making money in the 80s and 90s. Education is no longer a goal in and of itself. Now it’s a means to an end.
The college experience has been dumbed down, by necessity, so “everyone” can participate. The ugly fact of reality is there is a distribution curve on intelligence. A lot of people on the left are offended by this. If you’re one of them there isn’t much point in explaining things further.
@Runnin with scissors, since I do not believe I can add anything at to @hot coffee right now. I think I'd like to ask for terms.
A. What is far right
B. What do you consider the religious far rights
C. How large do you believe the sampling is
D. What do you believe I meant by the religious left?
Too narrow D. I believe it is ethically impossible to be both Christian, Muslim, Jewish, Buddhist, Hindu, or Taoist and still be truely on "the left"
@That one lurker, isn't California teaching kids the 7 stages of whiteness? Also just had to fire teachers for saying parents only want their children in school for babysitting?
Left: “the religious right is so anti-science and dogmatic.”
Also Left: “Biological sex is a social construct. If you don’t agree, you are a bigot who needs to be silenced, doxxed, and forced into *sensitivity training*.”
@Cave Dweller, nobody said biological sex is a social construct, they said the outward performative expression of gender is, which is a multifaceted result of hormones, receptors, environment, and upbringing. If you want I would happy to link you some actual scientific papers from highly regarded journals on how gender is more than binary due to the many variations in those factors
@Cave Dweller, based
@jouze, you are aware that the “vaccine causes autism” bullshït started because of a paper published in the Lancet, aren’t you?
@Hot Coffee, I posted previously here, Lancet funding- ccp. Also, ccp vaccine has made “anti-vaxxer” of even the most ardent vaccine proponent.
No more surprises.
@jouze, what They* have said is verifiable and not up for debate. “Multifaceted”? “Performative”? You are quoting scientistic* gibberish portions of propaganda. You have no knowledge base to speak from and you have, apparently, done little actual thinking on any of this mess. You are an idiot. Not because you do not understand what you are talking about, but because you are attempting to argue the subject on behalf of people who would see you suffer for study.
Please, amuse yourself in whatever way pleases you, but take your indoctrination, predilections, and mental illness elsewhere. Good luck, and as always be well.
@fitizen, “no u.”
@Hot Coffee, yes, one single paper, which was shortly after retracted. Which is why you don't base scientific knowledge on single papers conclusions and instead wait for consensus in the community after results have been repeated
@jouze, consensus just tells you what the paradigm of a group is. Medical consensus at one time rejected hand washing as a fundamental mechanism for infection control. Medical consensus at one time ridiculed laparoscopic surgery.
You’ll never learn anything if you don’t challenge the consensus. And if you lean too heavily on consensus to validate your argument it’ll fall apart when consensus changes.
Finally, if you find “expert” opinions consistently supporting your worldview, that’s a major red flag. Our opinions are a guideline but you should expect some disagreement between your experience and scientific work.
Having many facets
One side of something many-sided, especially of a cut gem
Characterized by the performance of a social or cultural role
“The way that people express their gender as a social or cultural role is the result of many inputs such as hormones, receptors, environment, or upbringing.”
Feel free to let me know if there’s any more language that I need to elaborate on!
@Hot Coffee, while you’re not *technically* incorrect on any of these points, the greater thrust of the argument has a rather anti-science sentiment, if I’m reading it correctly.
There’s a fairly substantial difference between the scientific method as it exists today and the science that was around to say that handwashing was ineffective. To say that “scientific consensus was wrong once” is akin to saying “some of the rounds from this magazine didn’t hit center mass”.
@Ultimatum, no, you’re not reading my statement correctly.
Also, your analogy doesn’t make sense.
Scientific method as we currently understand it has been codified in Western philosophy since the 13th century with Roger Bacon.
My point is that scientific endeavor is always influenced by the politics (I’m using politics generally here, not specifically referring to USA politics) of the institutions and culture in which the science is being done.
My point is, good science is always skeptical. That’s all. Be skeptical, especially if something is popular. And I would add that in current day, if someone is labeled, look at what they’re saying closely, it may be that they aren’t actually advocating for what they’re accused of advocating for.
And for shïts and giggles, look up how many people die or experience severe adverse reactions from vaccinations each year, you might be surprised.
My what a time to be alive
The history isn’t right. Egypt wasn’t even unified until circa 3000 bce, and Eratosthenes was a Greek living in Greek ruled Egypt during the Ptolemaic period, almost 3000 years after the unification of Egypt. But yeah flat earther = dumb.
@Dantheman9002, also the mammoths weren't extinct until long after Jesus walked the earth, cuz there was a small group on an island north of Siberia that survived through incest until humans found the island and killed them for their meat and fur
@Dantheman9002, yeah, Eratosthenes was around 200-100 BC.
According to what sources? 🤔
Bruh where is this history coming from
@Sotchoku, the past!