We are all subject to a common fallacy: We often weigh the validity of a claim by evaluating the person who made it instead of examining the facts. The truth or falsity of the claim is submerged in the sincerity of the speaker and the fact that he is, or at least appears to be, patently convinced of the truth of the statements he is making. But while beliefs can change reality, they can't substitute for it. ...
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