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False dilemma

A false dilemma, or false dichotomy, is a logical fallacy that involves presenting two opposing views, options or outcomes in such a way that they seem to be the only possibilities: that is, if one is true, the other must be false, or, more typically, if you do not accept one then the other must be accepted. 281 more words

Logical Fallacies

How do we future-proof humanity?

This blog represents my perspective on the intersection of technology and humanity. It will examine the benefits and pitfalls of emerging technologies from a strictly logical/scientific perspective. 57 more words


My name is Missy, and I Procrastinate.

Gasp, shock and awe!

I knew this was going to happen, it always does. As of writing this opening paragraph, I have no idea why I do this. 891 more words


I am equally torn today between the woman who wants to be fit and healthy, and the woman who wants to eat an entire bag of crunchy Cheetos. 306 more words

Apologia Part 5 ~ What's the Point?

I have a great deal of respect for apologists. I can never say enough how much I’ve learned from listening to Ravi Zacharias, William Lane Craig, Nabeel Qureshi, Jeff Durbin, Lee Strobel, and Josh McDowell among some others. 444 more words


Yes, Virginia, you CAN prove a negative

Logic class, today! After a week of house hunting, a quick post like this feels like just the thing to cleanse the palate, so please forgive my indulgence. 1,728 more words