Confirmation Bais

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  • [ – ] theoldsparrow reply This is good advice on how to be well measured in an opinion while still keeping an open mind.
  • Y2JayDoesAsia reply I do this with most Hollywood Blockbusters that come out. I have been burned by bad movies so much. So initially I take the stance that "Yes! this movie is going to be awesome", and then I look for bad reviews of the movie because the bad reviews will tell me what's wrong with the film. Although, secretly... this could still be confirmation bias. Because deep down I always suspected the movie would suck. LOL.
  • Y2JayDoesAsia reply It takes a lot to impress me at the movies thesedays. Seeing movie reboot after reboot and remake after remake. I'm like.. numb to it. Only so many times I can see Hulk or Spiderman before it's like "meh"
  • 0ShaunTheSheep0 reply Great commentary, but most if not all flat earthers were once globeheads (ball lickers) at one time, and tried to debunk the flat earth only to come to the scientific conclusion that there is an abundance of evidence prooving the earth is not a ball, and that there is an overwhelming abundance of evidence the earth is flat. So let me conclude that the Globe Earth and Gravity are still only theories. Most people think they are scientific laws, but they are not. But density and bouancy are laws. I know this commentary was not trying to prove or disprove any of this, but I thought I should point this out regardless.
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