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Mike Aparicio

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Is Freedom of expression growing?

Is there an obvious conflict of opinion about Expression and Communication Freedom, with strong ethical implications.
What do you think?
I think it is highly relevant to have a conversation on the topic!
Do you?

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    Aug 16 2013: There are typically settings in which you can express any opinion you like on any subject and places that are not available for that purpose.

    If you start lecturing on any subject in a movie house while people are trying to watch the movie, you will likely suffer negative outcomes. But starting a thread on it on an open forum is typically an available opportunity.

    The notion that science is a belief system or involves a variety of belief systems is put forward quite often in TED Conversations and I assume elsewhere as well. Some people will find it interesting and others may be bored of the subject from seeing it so often. So you would get positive, neutral, and negative responses to this or any commonly raised topic.
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      Aug 17 2013: Yes Fritzie!

      People can get bored of whatever subject. Is then boredom a good reason to stop speaking?

      Then we are just finding another facet of expression restriction based on someone's boredom!

      But you are right. Have you seen how boring the atheists can get by trying to dissolve the ideas on God?
      Or commercial scientists, finding anything not fitting their own theories as "pseudo-science" ?

      Or evolutionists trying to force the acceptance of the largest and crudest belief of all, about the wonders of the universe happening by "thermodynamic chance"?

      Creationism ideas are now being attacked and repressed. Truly. Of course by totally blind people incapable of seeing Beauty, Complexity and Order as an absolute product of Creation.

      You will see how what I am saying right now will be subject to shark attacks.... Ready?

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