Part II of this series explores how media and social media work with negativity bias in the brain to further debilitate our children’s ability to function safely in the world.
It is time to go back to the question about the chances of contracting Covid-19 before getting the vaccine.
Is Trumpism a cult? In short, yes. We explain why it is indeed a cult and how you can help loved ones who may have fallen prey to its toxic messages.
The new year offers you the chance to be part of the solution. Put on your solutionary glasses and get started.
Disinformation campaigns are dangerous. People become convinced of false information, and act on it. But there is hope. We can disrupt disinformation.
Those who can make you believe absurdities, can make you commit atrocities. This is the risk of leaving people unprotected from internet disinformation campaigns.
I discuss a dangerous worldview, characterized by dichotomous thinking and hubris, often adopted by Trump and his followers.
Does anyone seriously believe the US FDA would approve a vaccine for millions of Americans without overwhelming scientific evidence of safety?
The “no true Scotman” fallacy is used to gain an unfair advantage in arguments. It contaminated 2020 electoral politics and features prominently in this week’s horrific events.
Right now millions of Americans are espousing false and bizarre beliefs based on incorrect inferences about reality and maintained firmly despite clear evidence contradicting them.