Sunday, February 28, 2016

Top 5 Incredible Stories From Mulder's World [2-28-2016]

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Here are some fascinating stories from, the front page of the strange and unexplained:
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  1. The appliance of rhetorical arguments to make the perception of normal circumstance.

    tricky icky

    1. The appliance of perception to make rhetorical arguments is not normal circumstance.

    2. rhetorical arguments are only a perception not normally applied to circumstance.

    3. Circumstance itself is a rhetorical perception which is normally applied to arguments.

    4. "The Hoofnagle brothers, a lawyer and a physiologist from the United States, who have done much to develop the concept of denialism, have defined it as the employment of rhetorical arguments to give the appearance of legitimate debate where there is none, an approach that has the ultimate goal of rejecting a proposition on which a scientific consensus exists."

      "A stupid man's report of what a clever man says can never be accurate, because he unconsciously translates what he hears into something he can understand."
      - Bertrand Russell

    5. ^ You're the stupid man trying to paraphrase.

    6. I'm not the one crying about being unable to understand basic English.

  2. Give up folks. Bigfoot doesn't exist!!!!