The science of shaming skeptics

Is it possible for the mass media and education systems to accidentally bias our receptivity to various ideas (and our value systems about what is important or what is trivia)? I say that it is possible for there to be accidental cases of biasing, but that the vast majority of the biasing could be the core purpose of their programming operations.

Do movie producers and movie directors “accidentally” conceive fictional stories and then publicize them to attempt to make $100 million from a movie? If so, then why not at least accept the possibility that there is for-profit deception in the systems of mainstream programming (media programming and school programming)?

I will resort to math to lay out 5 possible amounts of intentional deception in the media and school system: 0%, 1-33%, 34-66%, 67-99%, or 100%. Of those 5 choices, how much of the programming content do you personally think is INTENTIONALLY constructed to deceive the masses?

The more I learn about NASA, the more I understand its true purpose. This…
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J R Fibonacci Hunn
J R Fibonacci Hunn I personally think that the rather obvious answer is 1-33%. To do deception well, it must be inserted within a fair amount of clearly accurate info. That sets up the presumption of accuracy and credibility.

Is the temperature that is reported on the news really accurate? Of course! The vast majority of info is totally accurate (whether or not relevant).

J R Fibonacci Hunn
J R Fibonacci Hunn As for which info gets selected for publicizing, again, there must be some amount of “pandering.” There must be a few “feel good” stories about some local kid that the media can glorify, plus the actual weather forecast (to keep people tuned in), and then the content that is really important to the sponsors can be introduced once the audience is established “because I knew that they would be giving a weather forecast every 10 minutes or so, so I just tuned in long enough to listen to the weather, and then I heard that Rush Limbaugh said something really shocking to Alex Jones about Howard Stern, so I got really pissed off and kept listening for the next 40 minutes.”

Travis Eggen
Travis Eggen weather you take a drop of poison directly, or drop it into perfectly clean water. All you have to do is take a sip of the clean water that was just mixed with the poison …. your body will not discern the % of poison … it will simply react as though it has been poisoned, and if you are force fed the rest of the glass of water there will be no good that comes from that water …. just the effects of the poison.

J R Fibonacci Hunn
J R Fibonacci Hunn Now I already know that Debb is going to insist to Bob that she has personal first-hand evidence to prove that the 1 guy in the intro photo that has a question mark next to his 1986 publicity photo is me. I’m not even going to argue about that. Debb once voted for a Democrat, so we can dismiss everything she says.

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Debb Godshall
J R Fibonacci Hunn
J R Fibonacci Hunn Furthermore, Debb does not like sushi, so therefore Bob and I can dismiss everything that I say that she says.

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J R Fibonacci Hunn
J R Fibonacci Hunn My first point is that most of the programming is filled with drivel (trivia). Yes, a lot of it happens to be true. But even those truths are presented because that info is relevant in producing a specific bias that the sponsors of the programming wish to produce.

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J R Fibonacci Hunn
J R Fibonacci Hunn The issue is creating bias. Lots of truth is selected to set up the bias. Then, some outrageous lies can be included to trigger the activating of the programmed biases.

Travis Eggen
Travis Eggen yes, so that we can discuss how that programing bias affects the rest of what can, and does happen in that environment. And I just jumped to …. no matter how little or how much is intentional. It all ends up poisoned because of the littlest amount.

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J R Fibonacci Hunn
J R Fibonacci Hunn I personally have no plans to further explore these specific claims, although I respect that some people may value exploring the depths of one case of possible deception (or several: 9/11, the Lusitania, the Titanic, etc etc etc). Here is a video (that I did not watch) with more info on this specific instance for those who might be interested:

https://youtu.be/PxqhU6nEy6c

J R Fibonacci Hunn
J R Fibonacci Hunn Travis jumped to the metaphor of poisoning water. His point about intentionality being irrelevant is of course logically solid.

But what if there were intentional programs not just to “poison our minds,” but to poison our actual water supplies and food supplies? Is that a paranoid question to ask? Given the fact that there are cases in which one militant group has actually poisoned the water supplies of an enemy, is it ALWAYS paranoid to test the quality of drinking water?

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J R Fibonacci Hunn
J R Fibonacci Hunn My dad conducted tests on drinking water for about 40 years in his career with the US government. That was his job. Was that paranoid?

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J R Fibonacci Hunn
J R Fibonacci Hunn The reality is that most people are “poisoned” intellectually and emotionally and so they are hysterical about skepticism. They consider most skepticism “shamefully paranoid.”

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J R Fibonacci Hunn
J R Fibonacci Hunn However, it is not paranoid to test drinking water or to buy special gallons of purified/filtered water from a store (or to install a filter for your pipes at home). It is not even paranoid to say that “maybe some chemicals have been added to this water for the specific intention of impairing health.”

J R Fibonacci Hunn
J R Fibonacci Hunn Skepticism is not paranoia. Skepticism is not hysteria.

Anti-paranoia hysteria is actual paranoia, though. Anti-hysteria paranoia is also hysterical.

J R Fibonacci Hunn
J R Fibonacci Hunn Am I “against” hysteria or paranoia? Or do I think that it is absolutely essential to the efficient operation of a holy empire?

J R Fibonacci Hunn
J R Fibonacci Hunn In the name of all that is holy (such as “preserving law and order”), we MUST promote a hysterical bias against skepticism in the masses. Those who are skeptical of the programmed biases of the media or the schools must be vilified because when they were children they used to believe that Sanders Claus was going to crawl down through their chimney and bring them a kinder, gentler form of DEMOCRATIC statism.

J R Fibonacci Hunn
J R Fibonacci Hunn Questioning the holy doctrines of the mainstream is heresy, apostasy, and just plain unscientific. When people are displaying skepticism about popular theories about science, that skepticism is the complete rejection of science. We need to promote in the children of our world a better form of scientific inquiry (one which has no inquisitiveness and no scientific experimentation).

J R Fibonacci Hunn
J R Fibonacci Hunn Science is the idea that if something is familiar to you (like because massive amounts of money have been spent to bias you in favor of that idea), then it must be true and there is no sane reason to examine it or question it. Skepticism is anti-science and must be thoroughly eliminated, which is why our saviors at the US military have developed a new vaccine to protect you from skepticism. Fortunately for you, we have already distributed it by spraying it out in chemtrails.

J R Fibonacci Hunn
J R Fibonacci Hunn Anyone who was a Nazi can be dismissed because they are just trying to deceive you. Aldous Huxley not only funded Debb to vote for Sanders Claus in the primary, but according to the PBS show “Deceptive Poltiical Theatre,” Huxley was sympathetic to the Nazi party, which is wrong and evil and shameful and hysterical and downright skeptical.

J R Fibonacci Hunn
J R Fibonacci Hunn Those who accuse the US government of intentionally bringing high-ranking Nazis in to the US and then placing them in top positions at NASA are clearly suffering from skepticism theories. I understand that people like Debb may occasionally try to use smear tactics to influence whether people hate Trump or Clinton the most, but she is just trying to distract you from the actual history of some very shocking and fascinating subjects that will be on this Friday’s midterm exam, so you better study them hard because it is very important to you that you compete against each other to attempt to be validated by the instructor as the most deserving of social validation.
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