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Here comes the exitement! Alright is your mind perfect? Without error?
Can you reason perfectly? Can you use the facts to make perfect choices?
I HOPE we have established that our minds are not perfect. You know, if people were right even 55% of the time, that 5% extra success rate would make everyone successful. Should we question our ideas?
Are you much smarter than most people?
If you are mostly right, you can make good choices based on good information, and you will be mostly successful. If you are wrong, you will get the reverse. Agree?
If people are not right all the time, then there are some things they might firmly think they are right in, but are wrong. Agree?
Shouldn't we make sure we are right by looking at the other opinions?
If we never look for proof, the chance we are right is very small. It is like choosing opinions by chance. Correct opinions have proof. Proof is like light pointing to the truth. Is proof vital?
If a majority of knowledgable people of the issue have a certain opinion of the issue, does that point to(not prove!) the correctness of the issue?
If you have looked at both sides of an issue and adopted the side with the obviously correct proof, should you at least give a little thought to the issue?
Some religions discourage questioning their ideas. Some discourage looking for proof. Are they wrong?
Shouldn't we be questioning and openminded?
You probally know my opinions on this. Do you agree with me?