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Tim Farley
I love 's "Bullshit asymmetry principle" - this is the reason the skeptic movement exists.
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David Eckstrom 29 May 14
And the energy grows exponentially b/c you put the effort into refuting and they just respond w/ more BS.
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Alberto Brandolini 29 May 14
It's a battle that in given circumstances simply cannot be won. Period.
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Daniel Loxton 30 May 14
Replying to @krelnik @ziobrando
. Yep. "Falsehood flies, and truth comes limping after it," said Jonathan Swift—and only then if someone makes the effort
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Bevan Koopman 29 May 14
do you have a study/statistics to prove it's an order of magnitude or are you just bullshitting? :-)
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simonmcbride 29 May 14
Replying to @krelnik @ziobrando
YES! > “: 's "Bullshit asymmetry principle" - this is the reason the skeptic movement exists.
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Jonathan Rabbitt 17 Aug 15
Replying to @krelnik @ziobrando
Hey, I'd like to refute this, but I don't have the spare energy. @begraffic
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Paul Barry 29 May 14
And only gets 15 mins a week to do it.
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Comrade Weez 29 May 14
I've long said that is the most powerful 15 minutes in Australian television. Few players don't fear it.
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Ben Jackson 29 May 14
RT Brilliant "bullshit asymmetry principle". So true.
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Stefan Lopuszanski 1 Jun 14
Replying to @krelnik @ziobrando
Snopes helps reduce the cost. So thankful that it exists!
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