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June Palmer

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June Palmer

Correlation Is Not Causation

One very bad thing the internet did for people who are willing to investigate conspiracy theories, no matter how wild, is that it’s made the public very afraid to exercise critical thinking in some group-think type of fear that they will look like a lunatic if even one of the events they research begin to appear more and more reasonable and true. I understand why this happens, but it really does a great disservice to finding out the truth especially when it becomes absolutely critical.

I am not not “Truther”, but I am not sure it would matter much considering the above statement. We’ve trained ourselves to dismiss anything that upsets popular view in lieu of comfort, contentment and the status quo. I wish people would stop putting out their wacky “conspiracy” videos and just start coming at the topic with reasonable arguments, direct evidence and plausible leads. It’s ok to question things, but it’s not ok assert something as true just because you “really, really feel it to be” of that you hate the government in some way, so please put away all your strawmen and start doing some legitimate research if you really feel that compelled that you’re right.

Oh, and remember, correlation is not causation.

No closure.

What can you do when the words you shared with a person of importance to you before they took there own life a month later were “Can we let bygones be bygones?” and the answer, “No.”

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