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Didactic Mind, Ep 63: The Science Delusion

by | Jan 10, 2021 | Podcasts | 0 comments

This week’s episode covers a wide-ranging number of topics about science and the misguided faith that we put into scientists themselves. I start off by talking briefly about the Storming of the Hill, move on to Big Tech censorship and the ways in which you can avoid its impacts, and then get on to talking about what science really is. I discuss how the scientific method works, why it is limited in terms of its ability to explain the world, and why it is so dangerous to put blind faith and trust in scientists themselves. Links to all of the references that I provide – and there are a LOT – are given below.

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