So...warning. I'm kinda ranting here. 🙂 A family member of mine recently got diagnosed with Lyme. Since then, while sharing this recent discovery with her friends/family, many have asked her, "Do you think that's really what it is? Are you sure Lyme is really what you have?" To which my family member's inward response has …
Assumption that if an argument for some conclusion is fallacious, the conclusion must also be false.
Exposure = Physical contact or interaction with device (interaction involving contact, so not watching computer or TV from a distance). As you can see, I had some trouble on the bookends of this experiment with limiting my exposure. Even then, however, my interaction with electronics was generally significantly less than what would be typical …
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You don't get to choose not to pay a price, you only get to choose which price you pay. - Jordan B. Peterson
A claimed authority's support is used as evidence for an argument's conclusion.
Some changes I've made lately and foods I've tried.