Leroy Low

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Leroy Low
Posted over 1 year ago
Are governments interested in keeping us 'dumb'?
Not one who wants to want to have a future. Not one who desires industry and health care. Why only tax dumb poor people when you could also tax rich (smarter sometimes) people for way more money. This non-dumb people can also solve problems for you. I'm sorry but the question is kinda silly. It sounds like a conspiracy theory in the making. You are totally begging the question IMO. http://www.skepdic.com/begging.html http://www.fallacyfiles.org/begquest.html "Do you think it's in a democratic government's best interest to keep its citizens ignorant by maintaining largely outmoded school systems and educational policies, a lack of transparency, or the failure to encourage social and political participation? Or would a democratic government prefer to work with an educated, involved citizenry?"
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Leroy Low
Posted over 1 year ago
Discuss the note to the TED community on the withdrawal of the TEDxWestHollywood license.
it's a conspiracy!! lol you guys. And pseudo-skeptic is an awesome phrase. 9-11 Truthers are pseudo-skeptics. Birthers, Holocaust deniers, and anyone who accuses TED of conspiracies are pseudo-skeptics, the guys at Skeptiko are big time pseudo-skeptics, they are the worst, ugh. So call me and others something we are not, and see how far that gets you outside of your little circle .
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Leroy Low
Posted over 1 year ago
Discuss the note to the TED community on the withdrawal of the TEDxWestHollywood license.
Well I was going to join this conversation, but I think i'll keep waiting cause the quality is very poor. You've got one logical guy who knows what logical fallacies are (John Hoopes), and the rest of you are just making fallacies left and right degrading the conversation to a schoolyard level. Good effort John, but I think these specific people are dug in too deep to get out. Might be a good time to find another conversation.