Discussion in 'Pseudoscience' started by river, Aug 10, 2021.
You should start by reading the linked thread.
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But, wait, it's river, so no point in getting our hopes up.
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I think your main problem is that you see a Youtube video, or a two paragraph article, and decide that you are an expert in something. Doesn't work like that.
No , it was an article in the Nexus Magazine. July-August , 2021 ( ISBN # 725274827558 )
Reading the article inspired me to buy the book .
Not to me , I find there is intelligent ideas , perspectives and investigations in this magazine . I enjoy reading it .
Woo is woo. Your enjoyment doesn't stop it from being woo.
But what if woo is true.
Woo is untrue by definition. Woo is a particular kind of untruth.
Then its true .
No this woo can very well be true . Woo is not defined by its truth only , but ideas as well , thinking .
I don't find ideas , woo . Find new ideas can be refreshing . Not always but most of the time .
Anyway the book ; The Hidden History of Earth Expansion . ISBN # 9780952260387 . Or www.oneoffpublishing.com
So you're just going to ignore everything you've being told about the expanding Earth theory being a crock?
That would be true to form.
That's the problem. You don't recognize woo when you see it - or even when people point it out to you.
Fiction can be refreshing too but it's important to distinguish fiction and woo from reality.
Interesting , such as ?
If it is post , give the number of the post .
It seems that the tectonic theory is the woo .
Facts are more refreshing .
This is why you are excluded from posting to our Science subforums.
You post bald statements that are contrary to fact regularly, and never even attempt to support them with evidence or argument.
Please take your misinformation elsewhere.
Thats the thing , its not disinformation , misinformation or the like . Its information that is not well known , but should be . Read the book , what is the harm ? None to me .
Yes it is. The "expanding earth" theory has been thoroughly debunked. It's scientifically nonsensical.
You're trying to spread lies. Stop it.
No. If you believe something in the book is interesting and valid enough that you want to talk about it, you need to tell us. Don't keep expecting other people to do your homework for you.
You're quite wrong. Every moment of your life that you waste on useless rubbish could be a moment that you could use to add value to your life, in principle. Add up all the hours your spent reading that useless book (assuming you read it) and think about that as being wasted time. You could have learned some science, for instance.
It is disinformation. It is false. It is incorrect, untrue, wrong, erroneous, fallacious, faulty, unfounded, untruthful, fictitious, concocted, fabricated, invented, made up, unreal, counterfeit, fraudulent, spurious, deceptive. It is the opposite of true.
Next time pick a more fun lie, like "the Earth is flat." It's always fun to hear people try to make arguments about that. (Ever heard "the sun gets smaller when it sets so the Earth is flat" argument, for example?)
I prefer better-written fiction, myself. SevenEves was pretty good, for example.
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