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Blame attack on the Darwinians

We have incredible opportunities to access information in our culture today.
It’s a pity that we, as a people, tend to do so little with that information.
What we do use it for is to make popular arguments, whether they are done accurately or not.
And, to be fair, you can find this happening on both sides of the political arena.
Let’s face it, whether you are conservative or liberal — if those are our dividing marks — it’s tough to come up with three hours worth of communication every 24 hours, that doesn’t border on inanity.
And ...

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