What you will find in these clips is an example of what not to do, if you are trying to build said pathways of knowledge and understanding with others; “quick thinking” is utilized, there was seemingly little to no effort to find clarity, the word choices were questionable at best, and we can see potential tragedies arise–the example from the clips is obviously less serious, but more dangerous scenarios have (and will continue) to inevitably surface.
Darrell and I analyze each clip individually and try to ascertain just what the hell happened and how “we” as individuals can turn these failed opportunities and tragedies into successful, meaningful, and productive human interactions.
On tonight’s broadcast of Liberty Under Attack Radio, we present part 2 of our scientific consensus series (or, science more generally).
Darrell Becker and Dr. Stephanie Murphy join me as we discuss the notion of scientific consensus, concerns with scientific research today, the fascinating human mind when it comes to placebo (and nocebo effects), Stephanie’s experience getting her Ph.D, and much more. The show was almost entirely off-the-cuff, as the outline wasn’t even touched upon. It was a fantastic discussion.
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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.
On this broadcast of Liberty Under Attack Radio, we hosted the ninth edition of the direct action series. We discussed non-violent communication and the Trivium with Darrell Becker from Voluntary Visions. This was a more in-depth discussion on the two subjects and a different perspective than we received from Katie Testa and Nick Hazelton. This was certainly one of the better interviews we’ve done.