And the point is?

Apr 2, 2012 by

This idea of competition between groups and individuals within these groups is abhorrent to them. They are quirky, funny, odd, and often geniuses in disguise. Historians with photographic memories and the ability to synthesize that history, group the actors and weave a story that will have a bar room crowded a round a tiny table listening with rapt attention at the end of an evening, every once in a while exclaiming,"It doesn't get better than this - I'm not kidding you!" Musicians who stop playing and walk away when you ask them why they are not internationally known - you learn to cherish when they play for you - wise enough to know you are listening to beauty: the drawing of chord change, a note, the warm worn tone that can only be grown alone.

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Vetted by Facebook?

Feb 27, 2012 by

Have we polluted the planet to the point of saturation, from where there is no return? Has this made everyone so sick they have become insane from the effects?

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35 Dimensions of critical thou...

Nov 11, 2011 by is in the process of developing a full critical thinking course. So please come back and check often! A. Affective...

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Carl Sagan’s Baloney Det...

Oct 5, 2011 by

•Wherever possible there must be independent confirmation of the facts •Encourage substantive debate on the evidence by knowledgeable proponents of all points of view. •Arguments from authority carry little weight (in science there are no "authorities"). •Spin more than one hypothesis - don't simply run with the first idea that caught your fancy. •Try not to get overly attached to a hypothesis just because it's yours. •Quantify, wherever possible.

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