"Conspiracy theory" is the trendy dismissal of an argument to which an individual has neither the capacity nor the desire to explore due to a conflict of interest.

Everything we see online is decided by platforms' algorithms.

These algorithms promote extreme and fringe views (antivax, conspiracy, hate) in a quest for clicks.

We want to #FixTheDSA & give users a right to a timeline without #AlgorithmicManipulation.

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If Meaning could be easily developed by the individual, the process wouldn't be so promptly outsourced to the cheapest subscription provider!

Why to left leaning people insist on being right all the time? Hypocrites!

Why most things are labelled as alt-right online and by the mainstream media?

Could it possible be that Omicron was developed as a counter to Delta in an attempt to inoculate people at a lower hospitalization risk, or is it too far-fetched?

NEW - Associated Press: No more stories focused solely on a particular country or state setting a one-day record for number of cases, because that claim has become unreliable.

apnews.com/article/omicron-cha

Even though not a universal truth, shouldn't the conscient individual be free to choose between the abstraction of Meaning and the empirical capital?

Or is there no choice at all, and both are so obscenely twisted that is virtually impossible to tell them apart?

How can then success be extracted for posterior evaluation without the empirical data to justify the science?

And then I had to ask Amazon for a full refund on a malfunctioning Kindle copy of the Communist Manifesto, it certainly doesn't look good for communism...

@[email protected]:

NEW - Dr. Fauci: "Important thing: Many of the children are hospitalized with Covid as opposed to because of Covid."

China seems like a great place for all the westerners that enjoy the current measures and fantasize about harsher restrictions for anyone who isn't thrilled to comply.
Now, is there any considerable number of westerners trying to move there?

mobile.twitter.com/disclosetv/

Proving someone's wrong does not equate to them believing you are right.

We all learn this the hard way!

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