What If We’re All Wrong?

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Politics. Education. Medicine. Science. Art. Culture. Music. Meaning of Life. None of us (even the lovely Renaissance men and women) are experts on everything, yet in this age, we’ve been conditioned to think we have to have an opinion on everything that crosses our path. We share our opinion, call ourselves skeptics to sound more trustworthy, and settle in to battle with our loosely gathered straw-man arguments and ad hominem attacks.




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Miyah Byrd

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Hipster. Hooligan. Writer. Wanderer.

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