Several Possible Reasons For Food Intolerance

It is possible for multiple people to be sensitive to the same food for many different reasons. Here, we'll look at some foods to which people are commonly sensitive and/or allergic, and examine some of the possible explanations for their adverse reactions. Although it's very tempting for me to explore a lot of these topics …

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Association Fallacy (Guilt by Association and Honor by Association)

Arguing that because two things share (or are implied to share) some property, they are the same.

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Appeal to the Majority (Appeal to Widespread Belief, Bandwagon Argument, Appeal to the People, Argumentum Ad Populum)

A proposition is claimed to be true or good solely because a majority or many people believe it to be so.

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Fallacies – Chronological Snobbery

A thesis is deemed incorrect because it was commonly held when something else, known to be false, was also commonly held.

Fallacies – Argument From Ignorance (Appeal to Ignorance, Argumentum ad Ignorantiam)

Assuming that a claim is true because it has not been or cannot be proven false, or vice versa.

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Vaccines: Safe or Not?

Vaccines: Arguments For and Against Many people are either strong proponents of vaccinations or are strongly opposed to them. Regardless of your present stance, I encourage you to take the time to examine the information presented here, as well as some of the references included. Vaccines: Top Pro and Con Arguments Although (naturally) I do …

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Electricity

I need some electricity in my veins. I can feel my energy beginning to wane. What will make me alive again? Be the antidote for my weakening brain? My heart needs electricity to run. Electrolytes are the bullets, Adrenals are the gun. I'll order some sodium with that, please And add on top some musical …

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Smart Phones – The Profound Medical and Psychological Effects

From a declassified military document.

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Fallacies – Argument From Incredulity (Appeal to Common Sense)

"I cannot imagine how this could be true; therefore, it must be false."

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Explaining Away an Uncomfortable Truth

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 …

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