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LUA Radio 9.22: “Scientific Consensus” with Darrell Becker (Part 1)

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Re-posted from: http://www.libertyunderattack.com/scientific-consensus/

by Liberty Under Attack, September 22, 2016


Direct download: LUA-092216.mp3

In this broadcast of Liberty Under Attack Radio, we were joined by Darrell Becker, once again, to cover a number of important, interesting subjects.

We discussed the notion of “scientific consensus,” the inaccuracy of scientific research, and the ramifications dissenters face for questioning the mainstream narrative. We also examined the soul-crushing environment “salaried professionals” spend an awful lot of time in.

We also discussed the prevalence of the logical fallacy known as “appeal to authority” throughout, as well as having the humility to admit that a mistake was made when coming to an incorrect conclusion.

Three videos were also played.

1) Astroturf and the Manipulation of Media Messages

2) Is Most Published Research Wrong?

3) What Doctors Don’t Know About the Drugs They Prescribe

Show Notes:

Check out Darrell’s website

Check out Richard Grove’s presentation, The Philosophic Corruption of Reality/Evil Begins with Irrationality

Thunderbolts Project (Electric Universe)

Retraction Watch

Disciplined Minds Book

Electro-Medicine

Meta-Cognition Broadcast on the Anarcho-Yakitalist Podcast

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LUA Radio 9.22: “Scientific Consensus” with Darrell Becker

 

The Scritch Show: Darrell’s Journey

dbeckerquestionsRe-posted from: http://scritchshow.com/index.php?podcast=319
Posted by Chris Jantzen, September 9, 2016


Direct download: scritchshow-160909-DarrellsJourney.mp3

contact VoluntaryVisions.com
darrell@voluntaryvisions.com

Voluntary Visions, Darrell’s website

Darrell’s Journey

  1. The gradual transition, learning to use words, realizations
  2. Questioning the questioning
  3. Vaccinations
  4. Not making a choice is still making a choice
  5. Fallacy Fallacy
  6. Taking Risks, Moving to Hawaii
  7. Tricky path to licensing in Acupuncture
  8. Open minds, Closed minds
  9. Getting shaken down by gangs, oriental mental boot camp
  10. Stress and Trauma of society
  11. Predicted and Desired results using Methods such as the Trivium, Non-Violent Communication
  12. Getting things done, combining methodologies
  13. Using the mental tools having experience, being prepared for a job
  14. LANGUAGE OF OBLIGATION VS CHOOSING
  15. Peaceful parenting
  16. Opportunity to learn and investigate
  17. Being part of the problem?
  18. Change the obligation to desire
  19. Martial arts, calmness, trauma conditioning at childhood
  20. The Darrell Institute coming soon…
  21. Climate Change, Al Gore
  22. Graham Hancock on continental drift
  23. Rupert Sheldrake banned ted talk Corbett Report
  24. Judgment is Incomplete but natural as pooping
  25. “You got to??”
  26. Choose and decide to! Keep an open mind!
  27. Frogdog95140@yahoo.com
  28. Friends of The Scritch Show email list

Contact Chris

The Scritch Show: Darrell Becker, Question The Answers?

dbeckerquestionsRe-posted from: http://scritchshow.com/index.php?podcast=315
Posted by Chris Jantzen, September 1, 2016


Direct download: scritchshow-160901-DarrellQuestionAnswers.mp3

  1. Voluntary Visions, Darrell’s website, Scientific Consensus vs. Dissent, Link we discuss in this episode, School Sucks #334
  2. Darrell Acupuncture, darrellbeckeracupuncture.com
  3. contact VoluntaryVisions.com, darrell@voluntaryvisions.com
  4. Movement and exercise
  5. Acupuncture and the Medical “gang”
  6. “They”, or those who profit from damaged people=control matrix
  7. Mental and Psychological stress as a factor in illness
  8. Question the Science, using creativity to find discovery, health and vitality
  9. The Truth about the Sun?
  10. Quote that we did not actually discuss but I found later:
    The test of a first-rate intelligence is the ability to hold two opposed ideas in mind at the same time and still retain the ability to function. -F. Scott Fitzgerald
    Fitzgerald Quote
  11. Darrell’s transformation, the gradual realizations