No wonder it's so popular, the "ideal" way to organize society—into ideological factions where the "winners" get to loot from the "losers."
Now and then I get a comment on the blog and I just know I have to blog something about it.
Recent research explains the paradox of why VLCers/Ketoists see the evidence that Eskimos were never in ketosis as a good reason for everyone to eat a ketogenic diet and was summed up with: “When people are misinformed, giving them facts to correct those errors only makes them cling to their beliefs more tenaciously.” (Marty Kaplan). This cartoon illustrates the problem.
Kaplan's article isn't perfect, as toward the end, he uses "climate change" as an example, without noting that there are lots and lots of people, like myself, who are skeptical of some of the [fraudulent] data, conclusions, predictions, asserted causes, outcomes, all without denying that warming appears to be taking place.