If a story is told and it is proven false by the individuals involved in the story, why would you continue to use those false rumors to drive your point, yet claim that your stories are true? My calling is to tell truths. It is absolutely time to stop being catalysts for hate and rumor-mongering. We the People are being used. Have an opinion, fine, express it, it’s yours and nobody can dispute that. But if you choose to pass along information somebody told you (no matter who that somebody is) at least admit you have not done your research or do your research.
From you :D Did you even understand the meaning behind that?
Anyways, you believe we are alowwed to have our own opinion. Everyone is allowed to have an opinion. This does not mean they are entitled to claim such opinions as facts.
How do you know that what people are saying hasn’t been researched or experienced by them. Because first, all objective research is scientific in nature, and the human body and its anatomy, biology, physiology, and genetics are in this regard known, quantifiable factors. Second, if people had experienced such a thing, it would be a documentable and therefore proveable phenomenon. No such data exists for such creatures anywhere.
Some people may be lying as there are many liars out there. Yes there are. And when you are presented with any claim that goes completely against known, proven, objective fact and has no evidence to support it, the greatest possibility is of course that they are lying.
Some people just believe that (whatever it is… . _ .)
Exist, or they desire to become one. (Like the mermaid thingy)That’s fine. But to actively claim that such is actually happening to them, or to claim to others that such is possible, and to claim experiences of such is to propagate a heinous lie.
This website we are on even isn’t about spreading misinfo I didn’t say that was the purpose of this site. Regardless of it’s stated purpose, the nature of the “goals” makes it easy to spread misinformation, fantasies, delusions, and outright lies.
It’s about finding goals you have in common with others are trying to attain them together. These “goals” cannot be achieved, in any way, shape, or form. Just because someone creates a goal does not mean it is even remotely possible. I could create a goal to make a working 57 Chevy out of Rice Krispie Treats, but the scientific principles and factual data behind internal combustion engines make the “goal” absolutely impossible.
Isn’t it great to have different opinions, not everyone having the same thoughts about everything. Again, opinions are thoughts or beliefs where there is no data for or against. When data is presented that clearly shows the opinion to be incorrect, continuing to hold said opinion is folly.
Same with religion. Quite different, actually.
You don’t go up to some who has a different religion and say, “Your (whatever) is not true, nor will (insert pronoun here) ever be.” Religion is usually based on belief in a spiritual deity that has no physical, or earthly, existence. Such beliefs cannot be proven to be true or false without physical or observed objective data for or against.
Who knows if it’s true or not. But when religion begins to make claims based in a physical nature, such as faith healing or snake handling, to cite two extreme examples, we can easily see that their religion does not change reality. The cancer patient, in most cases still progresses with the disease, and the snake venom still proves debilitating or fatal.
Not all resources are true. Which is why we work from a base of proven, factual knowledge.
Resources are all different. Of course they are. Everything in the world is a resource for one thing or another.
Even with history. History is written, for the most part, by either the victors or by third parties with no vested interest in the proceedings. To verify history we can cross-reference between sources from different origins.
Our opinions haven’t been proven false yet. Yes, they have. By every objective fact of human biology, genetics, and zoology. If you do not yet understand the reasons why these fantasies are false, then wait until you are older, and keep studying biology.
Think more. I use my brain every single day to correlate what I know with what is true via critical thinking skills.
Don’t use google or Wikipedia, or a textbook. I use such resources rarely. You seem to not understand the difference between subjective and objective data yet.
You might do something other than telling children their opinions are false just because they conflict with your beliefs. They’re not my “beliefs”. A belief is a concept or hypothesis that has no data for or against it. I work from a base of verified, objective, proven, scientific and medical data. If a child – any child – tells me that they believe they can fly, I first weigh how old they are. If the child is 10 or below, they are still in the “magical thinking” phase and will hopefully grow out of it. Above 13 is old enough to know better, and persisting fantasies of this nature into the teen years can signal the development of harmful delusional thinking patterns.
Eat some pasta, too.
Dats my opinion do. 2 months ago