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PFC David Foster
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Thanks for sharing.
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SFC Randy Hellenbrand
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I loved this article Sir. It took me a bit to realize what PNAS was. PNAS didn't register like the National Academy of Science does for me. Anyway, I loved how the decrease of science and fact in conversation started during the Regan Years (The ordinal Mr. Fake News and coincidently when the Kochs started their Tea Party) and his downplaying of AIDES and his dementia problem, and how it then skyrocketed again when Obama got elected. I absolutely see these two items of lies and a political party as being linked. I especially loved where it said, "The post truth era where feelings 'trump' facts. The marks are mine just to let all know.
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It’s actually a very deep article and doesn’t really take any political sides but clearly shows how society (worldwide) has lowered their standards for “truth”.
We are in a society where a businessman can claim he knows more about medicine than ethical physicians based on the B he received in HS biology. If a doctor became president do you think he/she could get away with claiming to know more than PhDs in economics? Anyway. Thank you sir
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