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    Re: How you react to this photo reveals your political beliefs

    While "Liberals" and "Conservatives" spend their entire days figuring out ways to trash each other publically, the country is going down in flames and things that actually matter are not being addressed. Have fun with your labels and your single mindedness folks. That is all you will have left when big business pulls the drain plug and moves its leaches on to the next big economy to destroy it.
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    Re: How you react to this photo reveals your political beliefs

    Quote Originally Posted by Hatuey View Post
    Ah, so you were involved in the peer review process to get this article published? Good to know. What makes it junk science in your non-scientific opinion?
    Says the non-scientist.

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    Re: How you react to this photo reveals your political beliefs

    Quote Originally Posted by SMTA View Post
    Thou art a hypocrite.
    Huh? When did I say this was junk science?
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    Re: How you react to this photo reveals your political beliefs

    Quote Originally Posted by Capster78 View Post
    While "Liberals" and "Conservatives" spend their entire days figuring out ways to trash each other publically, the country is going down in flames and things that actually matter are not being addressed. Have fun with your labels and your single mindedness folks. That is all you will have left when big business pulls the drain plug and moves its leaches on to the next big economy to destroy it.
    The thing about this is that it wasn't meant to trash anybody. Hell, any of the conservatives who have ironically tried to put it in a negative light haven't even bothered to read the study's page. They've simply said this was junk science. The fact that they haven't discussed any part of the study (sample size, implications, conclusions) should be enough proof. Funny enough, the attitudes displayed by many of the conservative members on this thread probably have little to do with the general conclusions of the study even if it is ironic that they've reacted negatively to the study.
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    Re: How you react to this photo reveals your political beliefs

    Quote Originally Posted by joG View Post
    No. Actually I think argueing semantics is absolutly stupid. I would not have mentioned your mistake, had you not made it the basis of you statement, when accused me of not understanding the term.
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    Re: How you react to this photo reveals your political beliefs

    Quote Originally Posted by Helix View Post
    my reaction : cool looking bug photo.
    Me too. I found it quite fascinating.
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    Re: How you react to this photo reveals your political beliefs

    Quote Originally Posted by BrewerBob View Post
    It is interesting. It seems to go against the general stereotype that liberals are more emotional and conservatives are more analytical. One can spin the results to make either conservatives or liberals look superior to the other. But the brain is fascinating.
    I don't know. I have always though conservatives mostly saw things in black and white while more liberal thinkers see all shades of grey.
    No men are anywhere, and Im allowed to go in, because Im the owner of the pageant and therefore Im inspecting it, Trump said... Is everyone OK? You know, theyre standing there with no clothes. Is everybody OK? And you see these incredible looking women, and so I sort of get away with things like that.

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    Re: How you react to this photo reveals your political beliefs

    "Huh? When did I say this was junk science?"

    Sounds like you?

    As I said, I think it stupid to argue about semantics. And when the other guy loves it, as you obviously do, and has a problem with it talking at other people, as the quote shows? Well, good try.

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    Re: How you react to this photo reveals your political beliefs

    Quote Originally Posted by Middleground View Post
    Me too. I found it quite fascinating.
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    Re: How you react to this photo reveals your political beliefs

    Quote Originally Posted by Hatuey View Post
    Ah, so you were involved in the peer review process to get this article published? Good to know. What makes it junk science in your non-scientific opinion?
    Quite simple - any "research" that claims a broad hypothesis based on a sample size of 83 subjects is "junk science". The fact that this is paraded by the OP and the authors as definitive of anything is a joke.
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